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Rósa Ómarsdóttir – TRACES

“Maybe it is worth running the risks associated with anthropomorphism (superstition, devinization of nature, romanticism) because it, oddly enough, works against anthropocentrism: a chord is stuck between person and a thing, and I am no longer above or outside a nonhuman environment”.
(Jane Bennett, Vibrant Matter)

Together with Katie Vickers (US), Kinga Jaczewska (PL), Inga Huld Hákonardóttir (IS) and Tiran Willemse (ZA), Rósa explores different anthropomorphic practices as means to relate to and affect their surroundings. They build a scenography resembling different landscapes and explore how they can use these practices in order to influence the state of the it and to give it anthropomorphic qualities. They strive to create a magical, dynamic and ever changing environment where an interplay between the scenography and the dancers takes place until it is not so clear anymore what is influencing what.

Choreography: Rósa Ómarsdóttir
Performers: Inga Huld Hákonardóttir, Katie Vickers, Kinga Jaczewska and Tiran Willemse
Scenography: Ragna Ragnarsdóttir
Costumes: Ragna Ragnarsdóttir and Wim Muyllaert
Music and sound: Sveinbjörn Thorarensen
Light design: Elke Verachtert
Artistic Advice: Dries Doubi
Production: Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek
Co-Production: Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek, Kunstencentrum Buda, Teaterhuset Avant Garden and MTD Stockholm.
Co-Funded: Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, Nordisk Kulturfond, Nordic Culture Point and Reykjavík Culture Fund.
Supported by: Beursschouwburg, Stuk and WpZimmer.
Thanks to: Sinta Wibowo, Jeanne Colin, Sandy Williams, Dianne Weller, Hákon Pálsson and Elke Lotens

2017

NOV 24 - 25 | Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE) PREMIERE

2018

APR 19 | Pop Arts Festival, Brakke Grond, Amsterdam (NL)
MAY 2 - 3 | MDT, Stockholm (SW)
JUN 14 | Kunstencentrum BUDA, Kortrijk (BE)
SEP 11 - 12 | Bastard Festival, Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Trondheim (NO)