May, 16th



Closing of the Irregular Section

HEINE AVDAL & YUKIKO SHINOZAKI / fieldworks presents As if nothing has been spinning around for something to remember


With As if nothing has been spinning around for something to remember, Heine Avdal and Yukiko Shinozaki created a new production for larger stages. This creation with 6 dancers, real time music/sound manipulation and live drawing, brews upon the grounds of their 2012 creation nothing’s for something and develops its best components further.

Having focused primarily on space and the relationship between performers and spectators in previous works (Field Works-officeField Works-hotelBorrowed Landscape, …), in this project their aim is to evolve further into the path of the exploration of body and choreography. The interest in movement is not limited to only the human body, but will be opened up to other theatrical elements such as objects, drawings, sounds, light, and scenography. By breaking down the hierarchy between these elements and looking for the ‘affects’ that exist between the body and what surrounds it, a new set of movements appear.

Starting out from the theatre space as an empty non-space, they search how a place can become fluid, how it can mutate, or separate into different parts. When a given situation transforms, how do new possibilities develop and open up to other dimensions? as if nothing has been spinning around for something to remember is about these transitions, a voyage from one ‘state of being’ to the other, where objects melt into bodies, drawings fade into sound, sound vibrates into new material forms of creatures, … The entire space is part of one large movement.

Concept and direction Heine Avdal, Yukiko ShinozakI
Created and performed by Ingrid Haakstad, Matias Rønningen, Orfee Schuijt, Oleg Soulimenko, Mirva Väänänen, Ondrej Vidlar
Sound design and electronics Fabrice Moinet, Johann Loiseau
Lighting design and technical direction Hans Meijer
Drawing and graphic Brynjar Åbel Bandlien, Christelle Fillod
Choreographic assistant Taka Shamoto
Costumes Anne-Catherine Kunz
Electronic assistant Matthieu Virot
Technical support Culture Crew

Volunteers Lorena Álvarez, Barbara Borges, Josue Dutrey Bas, Laura Fernández Antolín, Libertad Gercowski, Marta Herrera Navarro, Maria Victoria Maldonado, Mar Merino Escobar, Jorge Núñez Fernández, Aurora Moreno, Soledad Revuelto Romero

Production fieldworks vzw, Heine Avdal
Co-production Dansens Hus (Oslo), STUK (Leuven)
In collaboration with WP Zimmer (Antwerp)
With the support of Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, Norsk Kulturråd

World premiere December 10 2014 at Ice Hot / Dansens Hus, Oslo.


LOS GANGLIOS presents a escena


Leaving aside their usual musical show, the group Los Ganglios superficially go deeper into what they understand by theatre and dance through a piece in which they try to convey to the audience the attraction they feel for pessimistic prophecies and “disheartening” futures.

Los Ganglios are an artistic-musical, techno-punk trio from Sweden and Extremadura. Active since 2009, their shows always aim at establishing a close relationship and honest communication with the audience. Their audiovisual pieces are a collage of humour, surrealism and poetry.

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Season: 2014-2015

May, 16th


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