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Ingri Fiksdal (NO)

Deep Field

7. nov. –11. nov. 2018

Premiere

Store scene 07.11.2018 20:30

Store scene 08.11.2018 20:30

Store scene 09.11.2018 20:30

Store scene 10.11.2018 20:30

Store scene 11.11.2018 20:30

1 h.

Ingri Fiksdal ́s new piece Deep Field centers around running and its a ective qualities, for both performers and the audience. Amongst runners, the much sought-after “Runners’ high” denotes the a ective state of euphoria where endorphins are released into the body, acting in a similar way to their medically engineered counterpart, morphine. They serve as a painkiller, and have through evolution helped human survival through providing extra stamina, for instance when hunting animals. Endorphins are produced in the pre-frontal and limbic regions of the brain, which also light up in response to emotions, like love.

In Deep Field Fiksdal investigates how to produce this love-like euphoria amongst the running performers, and to what degree it can be contagious for the audience. The work is based on ideas of kinesthetic transference; that one body can experience the movement of another empathically through watching, feeling and hearing its presence in space. The music is composed by Jenny Hval and Lasse Marhaug.

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Artist talk: Valborg Frøysnes and Ingri Fiksdal
10. november 18.00. Foajé

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Seminar: Thinking Alongside 
10. november kl. 13.00. Foajé
As research fellow, Ingri Fiksdal has advocated making space for theoretical reflection and knowledge production as an influence for choreographic practice. Perception and affect are central to her work both theoretically and artistically, while ritual is a fruitful entry point to explore its capacity for transformation with the audience. During the performance run, the foyer will be a space for sharing different aspects of Fiksdal’s artistic research. New publications addressing her work and theoretical interests will be launched, and there will be a series of talks with Fiksdal and invited guests. Read more about the seminar here

Ingri Fiksdal has gained an international reputation as a choreographer. Her work has been co-produced and presented by Black Box teater on several occasions. The performance Night Tripper (2012) received the Natt & Dags Oslo Award and HOODS (2014) was awarded the Dance Critics Award from the Norwegian Critics’ Association. Cosmic Body was nominated for The Hedda Award for Best Scenography and Costume Design. Her recent work Diorama for Huk was presented during Oslo Internasjonale Teaterfestival in March 2018.

Koreografi/ Choreography: Ingri Fiksdal. Musikk / Music: Jenny Hval, Lasse Marhaug. Lys /Light: Ingeborg Staxrud Olerud. Kostymer / Costumes: Signe Becker. Dansere / Dancers: Sudesh Adhana, Jon Filip Fahlstrøm, Rannei Grenne, Louis Schou-Hansen, Synne Sørum. Produsent / Producer: Eva Grainger, Nicole Schuchardt. Co-produksjon / Co-production: Black Box teater (Oslo), BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen), Teaterhuset Avant Garden (Trondheim), apap-Performing Europe 2020 – a project co-founded by Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Støttet av / Support by: Norsk kulturråd, Program for kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid. Foto/Photo: Jon Filip Fahlstrøm.