Tag: contemporary

DISA KROSNESS

Disa Krosness is a freelance choreographer and dance artist based in Stockholm. Humour, musicality and accessibility defines her work, and she often collaborates with other artists in different artistic fields. Empathy is an important ingredient in her work. By creating strong visual images, using references to pop-culture and adding a touch of nostalgia, Disa conveys …

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Compañia Kaari & Roni Martin

Compañia Kaari & Roni Martin is an international group of artists characterised by their high­‐energy and hands-­on approach, moving between dance, music and strong visual elements. The artistic team includes dancers and musicians from several countries. The company has now visited 14 countries. In addition to their live performances, the company also produces music, video …

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Dalija Acin Thelander

Dalija Acin Thelander is a choreographer and a cultural worker based in Stockholm. The focus of her current artistic research and creation are performances for babies. Her work for the youngest audience concerns the exploration of the choreographic practices which focuses on heightened immediacy and immersion of the audience, aiming for a multi-modal and affective …

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Lena Josefsson & Kompani Raande-Vo

Lena Josefsson’s work is a grand epic drama of humankind’s fragile existence, created with a moral pathos seldom seen on a dance stage. The concept is simply brilliant: Look at humankind! One sees the defenceless and lonely, but also the fantastic and beautiful. You. I. – Dagens Nyheter From her childhood in former Zaire, Josefsson …

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Regionteater Väst

Regionteater Väst is a producer of the performing arts for young audiences. Our aim is to provide them with the kind of performing art which puts their own voices first. No matter where they live, where they are from or who they are, all children should have the opportunity to experience professional art. Regionteater Väst …

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Siri & Snelle

Through numerous performances, Siri & Snelle have developed a personal style unrestrained by conventional genres. They playfully incorporate elements from a variety of dance techniques, as well as narrative theatre, talk-shows and live music, blending them with humor and self-irony. Drawing upon both high and popular culture, as well as the completely uncultured, they highlight …

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Panta Rei Dance Theatre

PANTA REI DANCE THEATRE (PRD) is based in Oslo, Norway. The company is known for its high paced and colorful dance theatre performances accessible to a wide audience. PRD has an extensive outreach program to support the artistry. Panta Rei Dance Theatre was established in 2000. The company has since created nine productions and led numerous …

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Cirkus Cirkör

Wear It Like A Crown photographer: Mats Bäcker Underart photographer: Mats Bäcker Knitting Peace photographer: Mats Bäcker Cirkus Cirkör photograph: Mattias Edwall CIRKUS CIRKÖR is Sweden’s first and largest contemporary circus, founded in 1995. Built upon art and pedagogy, Cirkus Cirkör has grown rapidly and today consists of shows touring Sweden and the world, circus …

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Susanna Leinonen Company

And The Line Begins To Blur photographer: Sakari Viika Trickle Green Oak photographer: Heikki Tuuli Trickle Green Oak photographer: Suomen Kansallisooppera & Heikki Tuuli Touch of Gravity photographer: Heikki Tuuli Kaira photographer: Sakari Viika Chinese Objects photographer: Sakari Viika Blinded Mind photographer: Sakari Viika Susanna Leinonen is one of the most internationally acclaimed Finnish choreographers. …

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Maria Naidu

Accessible dance art, reaching a broad audience Maria Naidu’s primary tool is movement but other art forms are used, often in collaboration with other artists to find ways of expression that best communicate her ideas. Her choreography is recognized as a textural multitude combined with theatrical details. Maria researches her movement vocabulary continuously since she …

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