WILHELM SCREAM

Photos: Jeaneen Lund

A movement concert performed by two dancers and an orchestra of objects. The dancers direct a dialogue between image and sound. It is a play of meaning which occurs through aligned actions, challenging the associations between the two. What is the image of a sound and what is the sound of an image? How does it sync, and what happens in the friction. Is there harmony in the uncanny 'out of sync’? 

Created and performed by: Inga Huld Hákonardóttir and Rósa Ómarsdóttir

Rósa Ómarsdóttir is an Icelandic choreographer and dancer based in Brussels Belgium. She studied contemporary dance in The Icelandic Art Academy and in P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels, where she graduated in June. During her studies she both made her own work and collaborations with others, performed at different places. Outside her studies she also performed in 'Bird Watching 4x4', a piece by Benjamin Wandewalle in different venues around Belgium. For the end of her studies she made the work Chatter, Clatter and Other Arrangements with Hagar Tenenbaum and Christoffer Schieche which toured around Europe. 

Inga Huld Hákonardóttir was born in Hornarfjörður in Iceland 1990. She started her dance studies at an early at the National Ballet School of Iceland (2001-2009) and Palucca Hogchshule fur Tanz in Dresden 2009-2010. She recently finished her studies at P.A.R.T.S in Brussels (2010-2014), ending with a tour of her graduation work Slogan For Modern Times, a collaboration with Kathryn Vickers. With and alongside her studies Inga has performed her works around Belgium, Germany, Iceland and France. She also received the scholarship for enhanced danceWEB program, Impulz Tanz Vienna (2013), and was nominated for the Icelandic Performing Arts Awards for her Solo Do Humans Dream of Android Sleep?(2014).

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

When: Saturday 30th of August @ 17:00

Where: Kassinn, The National Theater, Lindargötu 3, 101 RVK

Duration: 30 minutes