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PATRICK SHAW IVERSEN, ISMET RUCHIMAT 'MIGRATIONS - NORTH EAST'

Musikk Patrick Shaw Iversen, Ismet Ruchimat. Koreografi Ahmad Farmis, Diah Agostini, Imas Fatimah, Dr. Gugum Gumbira Dans Achmad Farmis, Diah Agustini, Imas Fatimah, Salera Sari. RIKSSCENEN FREDAG 16. OKTOBER This performance was recorded at the Coda Oslo International Dance Festival...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:29 PM

HETAIN PATEL 'AMERICAN BOY'

As a boy Hetain Patel was an avid actor-impersonator; in particular he worked with characters from the American movies until he identified with them completely. In American Boy he brings to life characters from his childhood: Spiderman, Agent Smith from...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:26 PM

MIA HABIS 'ROOM'

'Room' is a conversation between dancer Mia Habis, pianist Cynthia Zaven and drummer Øyvind Skarbø. The performance is an outcome of a 2 week creative residency in Beirut in 2014 presented at the Crypt of St. Joseph's Church during the...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:23 PM

COMPAGNIE NACERA BELAZA 'LA NUIT' - 'LA TRAVERSÉE'

'La Nuit' Koreografi og dans Nacera Belaza - La Traversée Koreografi Nacera Belaza Dansere Dalila Belaza, Aurélie Berland, Anne-Sophie Lancelin Lyd og lysdesign Nacera Belaza. Produksjon Compagnie Nacera Belaza. DANSENS HUS LØRDAG 17. OKTOBER This performance was recorded at the...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:21 PM

CIE I.D.A. MARK TOMPKINS 'OPENING NIGHT A VAUDEVILLE'

Opening Night is a contemporary vaudeville show, in which an aging performer (Mark Tompkins) and his young protégé (Mathieu Grenier) speak to us of the universal themes of life, love and death through their tragicomic song-and-dance numbers. Mark Tompkins, Mathieu...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:19 PM

DUDA PAIVA 'BLIND'

In the early 19th century, the poet Heinrich von Kleist gave dancers and actors iconic advice on how to learn to create great movement art: attend a puppet show. We now have our chance! The Brazilian dancer and puppeteer Duda...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:17 PM

KÜLLI ROOSNA/KENNETH FLAK 'WILD PLACES : : MOUNTAIN'

The Norwegian-Estonian choreographer duo Külli Roosna and Kenneth Flak travelled into the Norwegian mountains to create the first part of the trilogy Wild Places: : Mountain. They sought inspiration in the "deep ecology" of Arne Næss, which addresses the connection...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:14 PM

'DEEP DISH' LIQUID LOFT / CHRIS HARING

Dans, koreografi Luke Baio, Stephanie Cumming, Katharina Meves, Karin Pauer (original cast: Anna Maria Nowak), Kunstnerisk regi, koreografi Chris Haring. Komposisjon, lyddesign Andreas Berger. DANSENS HUS TORSDAG 15. OKTOBER. This performance was recorded at the Coda Oslo International Dance Festival...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:12 PM

HEGE HAAGENRUD (NO) 'USE MY BODY WHILE IT'S STILL YOUNG'

How can one counteract the stereotype of an elderly person as eccentric or frightening? The elderly body has been robbed of its sensuality and degraded to something second rate that has fulfilled its function, according to Hege Haagenrud. Dancers Aase...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:09 PM

Sølvi Edvardsen 'MAN'

Sølvi Edvardsen has had a lifelong interest in classical Indian dance. Throughout her 35 years as one of Norway's best-known choreographers, her work has also found expression for an interest in the individual. Dancer Sudesh Adhana. OPERAEN FRIDAY 23. OKTOBER...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:04 PM

KADER ATTOU/COMPAGNIE ACCRORAP 'THE ROOTS'

Koreograf Kader Attou. Cast Babacar "Bouba" Cissé, Bruce Chiefare, Virgile Dagneaux, Erwan Godard, Mabrouk Gouicem, Adrien Goulinet, Kevin Mischel, Artem Orlov, Mehdi Ouachek, Nabil Ouelhadj, Maxime Vicente. BÆRUM KULTURHUS SØNDAG 18. OKTOBER This performance was recorded at the Coda Oslo...

Published in Video Features on January 4, 2016 2:01 PM

CHRISTOPHER AROUNI 'Interview Feature'

In Red One Arouni explores the concept "the obvious centre of attention". Who is it that attracts attention - the individual or the group? What is it like to observe from the sidelines? Arouni's long dance career in Norway began...

Published in Video Features on November 25, 2013 3:26 PM

INTERVIEW ODD JOHAN FRITZØE

The production Stjerne.* is designed for young audiences who are new to abstract dance. Produced by the Hedmark Touring Organisation in 1998, it has been staged for thousands of school children all over Norway. The production explores how language, roles,...

Published in Video Features on November 13, 2013 3:32 PM

INTERVIEW WITH MÁTÉ MÉSZÁROS

Interview with Máté Mészáros currently a dancer with Zero Visibility Corps in Norway and formerly a dancer with Ultima Vez in Belgium for over 5 years. He talks to us about his current touring job and why it's important for...

Published in Video Features on October 30, 2013 3:35 PM

INTERVIEW JO STRØMGREN

Jo Strømgren is the founder and director of Jo Strømgren Kompani in Norway we spoke to him about the current state of contemporary dance in Norway and the work he created for Polish Dance Theatre 'CZTERDZIESCI' which is as hard...

Published in Video Features on October 28, 2013 3:37 PM

INTERVIEW LUTZ FORSTER

An interview with the current Artistic Director of Tanztheater Wuppertal about his work ('Portrait of a Dancer' a biographical piece) and his long career in dance. Published on Wednesday October 23rd, 2013 This performance was recorded at the Coda Oslo...

Published in Video Features on October 23, 2013 3:40 PM

CARTE BLANCHE 'NOT HERE/NOT EVER'

Drawing inspiration from his multicultural melting pot, choreographer Sang Jijia has created a tremendous, complex, and beautiful work for 10 dancers. The production Not here/Not ever premiered at the Bergen International Festival and is the first encounter between a Tibetan-Chinese...

Published in Video Features on October 6, 2013 3:30 PM

CHRISTOPHER AROUNI 'Red One'

In Red One Arouni explores the concept "the obvious centre of attention". Who is it that attracts attention - the individual or the group? What is it like to observe from the sidelines? Arouni's long dance career in Norway began...

Published in Video Features on October 5, 2013 3:43 PM

ODD JOHAN FRITZØE 'STJERNE*'

This work was created in 1998 on two male dancers, one of whome was the choreographer Odd Johan Fritzøe, but now performed by two female dancers. The work is aimed at young people who have never seen "abstract dance" before....

Published in Video Features on October 2, 2013 3:55 PM

INGUN BJØRNSGAARD/CCN-BALLET DE LORRAINE 'HEDDA'

Ingun Bjørnsgaard's latest dance work is inspired by Ibsen's Hedda Gabler from1890, an iconographic drawing room drama about a destructive and "dissatisfied" woman who takes her own life. Hedda identifies with heroic masculinity and holds the ridiculous and vulgar in...

Published in Video Features on October 2, 2013 3:45 PM

POLISH DANCE THEATRE 'CZTERDZIESCI'

CZTERDZIESCI (meaning forty in Polish) follows a woman, from her birth in 1973 to her birthday in 2013. The timespan of 40 years reflects a period of doubts, hopes, struggles, choices, and unforseen events, driven by herioc virtues - the...

Published in Video Features on October 1, 2013 3:46 PM

HUMAN WORKS 'DRY ACT2 SOUTH DOMINO'

An unusual work encompassing a short documentary film, a live dance performance and audience participation in a company created board game. From dance maker Anne-Linn Akselsen and film maker Adrián Minkowicz. Dancers: Anne-Linn Akselsen, Christine Kjellberg and Elise Aabakken. Published...

Published in Video Features on September 30, 2013 3:50 PM

LUTZ FÖRSTER 'PORTRAIT OF A DANCER'

A biographical piece from veteran dancer Lutz Förster and current AD of Tanztheater Wuppertal. Our very short section shows Mr Förster performing the "Man I Love" section from Pina Bauschs's work 'Nelken' created in 1982. Dancers: Lutz Förster. Published on...

Published in Video Features on September 30, 2013 3:48 PM

ZERO VISIBILITY CORPS 'AGAIN'

In AGAIN Ina Christel Johannessen explores the linguistic, existential and cultural contradictions that surround us: femininity /masculinity, inside/outside, and nature/culture in particular, as this work's key fulcrum. Are human beings at the mercy of repetition's ritual? Dancers: Line Tørmoen, Pia...

Published in Video Features on September 27, 2013 3:52 PM

SASHA WALTZ & GUESTS 'GEFALTET'

An epic near two hour long show created by German dance maker Sasha Waltz and French composer Mark Andre featuring nine dancers and four live musicians in a work that explores the "phenomenon" of "folding". Dancers: Edivaldo Ernesto, Todd McQuade,...

Published in Video Features on September 25, 2013 3:56 PM

Emio Greco | PC 'La Commedia'

While in the sunny, albeit cold, climes of Oslo for the 2012 Coda dance festival we happened upo this, the latest performance from Emio Greco | PC, 'La Commedia'. The work, created by Mr Greco and Pieter C. Scholten (the...

Published in Video Features on December 3, 2012 8:06 PM

Coda Ung Documentary

Something a little bit different here in the shape of a short documentary we made for the Coda Oslo International Dance Festival in Norway back in October. The festival runs every two years but on occasion, in the off year,...

Published in Video Features on November 22, 2012 12:37 PM

Coda 2011

The Coda Oslo International Dance Festival held in Oslo Norway from October 11th to October 23rd 2011 and featured works by Anjelen Preljocaj, Yvonne Rainer, Ervi Sirén, Carte Blanche and many more....

Published in Video Features on November 30, 2011 6:08 PM

Lise Ferner 'Min oldemors grønne korsett'

The performance is an adapted reconstruction of Har du sett min oldemors grønne korsett - det kan fly ("Have you seen my great-grandmother's green corset - it can fly") from 1992 which premiered at Scenehuset in Oslo. Four individual solos...

Published in Video Features on October 31, 2011 6:06 PM

Gunhild Bjørnsgaard/Company B. Valiente 'Thousand Rooms'

Gunhild Bjørnsgaard has in recent years worked with choreography concerts, in which the musician performs choreography as a dancer would. With this new piece Bjørnsgaard probes the depths of the world of composer Georges Aperghis. Dancers: Nina Biong, Silje Aker...

Published in Video Features on October 31, 2011 6:04 PM

Interview with Peter Sparling

Peter Sparling is Thurnau Professor of Dance at the University of Michigan and active independent dance artist. As former principal dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company, chair of the U-M Department of Dance from 1988-93 and Artistic Director of...

Published in Video Features on October 27, 2011 6:01 PM

Peggy Jarrall Kaplan

Peggy Jarrell Kapplan, a New York based photographer, has been taking portraits of dance makers since the 1970's. From Trisha Brown to William Forsythe there is barely a choreographer she has not captured on her (film based) camera. The Coda...

Published in Video Features on October 21, 2011 3:57 PM

Carte Blanche 'Corps De Walk'

The national dance company of Norway was once again in attendance at the Coda Dance Festival in Oslo for 2011. This year brings a very unusual work from the stable of Israeli dance maker Sharon Eyal. The costumes and the...

Published in Video Features on October 21, 2011 12:21 PM

Ervi Sirén 'VIITA'

At the last Coda festival in 2009 one of the stand out performances was from the Finnish dance maker and dancer Terro Saarinen and this year this is no different. Mr Saarinen isn't back but Ervi Sirén is along with...

Published in Video Features on October 21, 2011 12:02 PM

Dansdesign 'Film - Dance to be Murdered By'

Film - Dance to be Murdered by premiered during the Bergen International Festival in 1988. Over 20 years later, the production will now be presented with the original cast. Alfred Hitchcock's Music to be Murdered by provides the underlying impulse...

Published in Video Features on October 18, 2011 5:59 PM

Batsheva 'Horra'

Back in the day Ohad Naharin was responsible for creating one of our favourite pieces of dance, that piece of dance being 'Axioma 7' performed by Rambert when Christopher Bruce was in charge. These days Mr Naharin is the AD...

Published in Video Features on October 17, 2011 3:13 PM

Deborah Hay 'Lightening'

Lightening is an intriguing work by choreographic legend Deborah Hay, made for top-name freelance dancers from Finland, including Jyrki Karttunen. The choreography was first given as a sketch to the dancers who through their performance create the choreography. Dancers: Joona...

Published in Video Features on October 16, 2011 5:57 PM

Stephanie Thiersch 'MOUVOIR'

The latest work for seven dancers by choreographer Stephanie Thiersch and media artist Angela Melitopoulos focuses on mimicry: imitating, adapting to a structure, disguising, becoming invisible, turning up and stepping out of line. Dancers: Viviana Escalé, Inés Hernandez, Mu-Yi Kuo,...

Published in Video Features on October 15, 2011 5:55 PM

Yvonne Rainer 'Trio A Pressured (1966-2011)

Trio A consists of a 5-minute sequence of movement that was initially presented as The Mind is a Muscle, Part I (1966) at Judson Church. There it was performed by Yvonne Rainer, David Gordon and Steve Paxton simultaneously but not...

Published in Video Features on October 13, 2011 5:45 PM

Ballet Preljocaj 'Empty Moves [Parts I&II]'

Some, if not most of you, may never have been subjected to an hour long piece by infamous composer John Cage, he of the Merce Cunningham collaboration. Well, we, here in TheLab™, went through that experience this past Tuesday with...

Published in Video Features on October 12, 2011 7:38 PM

Cristina Caprioli/ccap 'Cicadaremix'

Article19's second feature from the October dance festival that was Coda in Norway features dance maker Cristina Caprioli and company (ccap) with 'Cicadaremix', a word that is surprisingly difficult to remember how to spell! The Swedish dance company (a first...

Published in Video Features on December 28, 2009 1:11 PM

Panta Rei Danseteater 'Private Rite'

It has been more than 3 years since we last featured the goings on at one of Norway's brightest dance companies. With their latest touring efforts we have 'Private Rite' from Canadian dancesmith Hélène Blackburn and 'WeFiction' created by the...

Published in Video Features on November 24, 2009 1:15 PM

José Navas/Compagnie Flak 'S'

French Canadian dance maker José Navas comes to Article19 with a new work called 'S' along with his company Compagnie Flak. We caught the show at the Coda Dance Festival in Norway back in October. For those of you that...

Published in Video Features on November 12, 2009 1:22 PM

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