Janne-Camilla Lyster: Love, polyphonic
Love, polyphonic is a choreographic project extending over three years.
The project employs the term “love” as a thematic anchor point – and it is polyphonic; in shape, in content, in structure, and towards several time horizons.
Each of the three years begins with a development phase called “The performance of process”. In this phase, Lyster works in the studio for four months, sometimes in the company of guest artists. The theme “love” is explored as a principle through three main approaches: transformation (2021), gestures (2022) and anatomically embedded time (2023). This exploration gives the basis for the further work on the project. By sharing images, video, texts and drawings during the process, Lyster seeks to investigate what reflections and insights arise in the glitches between the visible and the emergent in a process.
“The performance of process” will be shared through the Instagram account love_polyphonic and on Black Box teater’s website in four phases during Spring 2021:
- March 3rd
- March 30th
- May 7th
- June 17th
Janne-Camilla Lyster is a Norwegian dancer, choreographer, writer and poet. She has worked in the field of contemporary dance since 2006, and in 2019 she completed her artistic doctoral project at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts: Choreographic Poetry: Creating literary scores for dance. Lyster has published six collections of poems, a collection of choreographic scores, a play and two novels. Her work has been presented nationally and internationally, and in the fall of 2019 she performed her own score Gjengangere (“Ghosts”) at the Ibsen Awards Festival.