And All the Questionmarks Started to Sing is a composition in the form of a hybrid between performance, concert and installation . A transparent though complex work with an overhwelming richness of details. It might be described as an art-machine played by musicians, performers and robots.
...Questionmarks... is a work that only slowly reveals all it’s secrets, it’s underlying stories and inner logic. We enter a state of excited surprise that all we wonder about starts to sing instead of giving answers. Many artists of different backgrounds have left their prints on this work. Ensuring a multitude of ideas threatening to tear the work apart, artistic magnitude and in consequence an articulation of the composition The elements are tied together by kinship, proximity, simultaneity and the belief that differing materials appear as a well moulded whole under the composition.
By and with: Asle Nilsen, Lisbeth J. Bodd, Håkon Lindbäck, Piotr Pajchel, Christian Blom, Kristine Roald Sandøy, Hai Nguyen Dinh, Ali Djabbary, Øyvind B. Lyse, Gjertrud Jynge, Espen Sommer Eide, Thorolf Thuestad, Eirik Blekesaune, Hans Skogen, Janne Kruse, Jannicke Lie, Elisabeth Gmeiner. The project is a co-production between Verdensteatret and Black Box Teater (Oslo), BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen), Theater der Welt, (Germany) and Avant Art Festival, (Poland). The project is supported by Art Council Norway, Office for Contemporary Art Norway Norwegian Foreign Affairs Verdensteatret is supported by Art Council Norway