Black Box teater collaborates with three associated and companion artists, for a period of two years with each of them.
This collaboration, one of the anchor points to strengthen the place of artists in the house, is an experiment, with components we invent together over time. Concretely, it is a fidelity during a given period: it means that we support and regularly present the work of these artists, that we are mutual conversation partners and that specific projects are imagined in common.
Ingeleiv Berstad is a Norwegian choreographer and performer who graduated with a Master’s degree in Choreography from Oslo National Academy of the Arts in 2012. In 2019, she established the artist-run place Bananaz, together with Tormod Carlsen, Kristin Helgebostad and Kristin Skiftun. Now, Black Box teater presens projects initiated by Ingeleiv Berstad, and is also collaborating with Bananaz on Se/Snakk – a project run by Tormod Carlsen.
LATERNA is Inger-Reidun Olsen and Marianne Skjeldal. They are both choreographers, dance and performance artists who are currently working in various formats within performance dealing with bodies and actions in dialogue with history, place, materials and sound. The collaboration between Black Box teater and LATERNA began already in 2018. In 2020, LATERNA and Black Box teater collaborate on CoSA Garden in the foyer of the theater, and on the upcoming Garden Wall planned for 2021.
Carrie is an interdisciplinary collective consisting of Marie Ursin, Alexandra Tveit, Nikhil Vettukattil and Runa Borch Skolseg. Together, they work in between performing arts, literature, visual arts and choreography, aiming to open up a space for public conversation, exchange and reflection.
Maritea Dæhlin (2020–2021)
Maritea Dæhlin (1986) alternates between living and working in Norway and Mexico. She is interested in human behaviours, emotions, rituals and encounters. Her work spans between devised theater, video performance, performance art and poetry. In 2020, she presented the critically acclaimed performance I WANT TO BE TRADITIONAL here at the theater.