There are many movers out there. Some are kin to the wind, some are drifting from place to place, and some have just past. But there are others…
A piece that re-imagines a mover in dance, as much as and in society. Think of the chameleons on the streets and the beaches, transforming and shape-shifting accordingly to their social surrounding. This, but much better, we think that the movers of the future are changing through different flows of material and immaterial actualizations. That they produce something that skews the understanding of how everyday interaction and logic needs to be dealt with. And at the same time seems to cover it all up, but you won’t miss a thing. A moment, a mode and practice particularly fitted for a movement lover, a nomad or even a proposer.
A cowboy lost in space, a wolf-pack with flow, and a bonfire going bananas!
“We are born in Europe. We have worked within show-dance, musical, jazz dance, theatre, film, advertising, contemporary dance, choreography, performance, physical theatre, music video, arts-research during a total of 82 years. We were educated at DOCH, the Royal Swedish Balettschool, STDH, Dupree Dance Academy and Balettakademien in Stockholm, as well as at Lasse Khülers Dansskola. We have throughout our career so far written and published a sea of texts, taken part in seminars, held lectures, thought, mentored, curated, driven and produced artistic projects, danced, travelled, moved others, been moved, moved and performed, in places such as Norrköping, Gävle, New York, Härnösand, Luleå, Kiruna, Haparanda, Västerås, Örebro, Göteborg, Malmö, Uddevalla, Linköping, Växjö, Jönköping, Köpenhamn, Vara, Nagoya, Paris, London, Edinburgh, Oslo, Bergen, Kairo, Trondheim, Kristianstad, Tromsö, Stavanger, Berlin, Barcelona, Tokyo, Yokohama, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Orange County, Newcastle, Florens, Warsaw, Saint Petersburg, Murcia, Blanca, Brighton, Helsinki, Umeå, Bath, Leeds, Glasgow and Brussels, Yanagida, Toronto, Las Palmas. We have travelled by foot, train, bicycle, car, tandem, rollers, skateboard, ski, airplane, running, walking, taxi, buss, metro, underground, jogging, and horse riding over the sibirian mountains. We have worked with people such as Ulrika Berg, Birgit Cullberg, Deborah Hay, Per Jonsson, Kenneth Kvarnström, Cristina Caprioli, Margaretha Åsberg, Staffan Eek, Ivan Ossoinak, Dorte Olesen, Carl-Olof Berg, Malin Hellqvist Sellén, Mårten Spångberg, Mikael Nyquist, Malin Elgán, Ina Christel Johannessen, Anna Koch, Douglas Dunn, Tor Lindstrand, Billy Goodson, Charles More, Roger Johansson, Jan Åström, Phineas Newborn the 3rd, Emilio Ingrosso, Lars Bethke, Vito Ingrosso, Jocke Hövel, Björn Säfsten, Sebastian Lingserius, Hofesch Scheshter, Anna Grip, Tove Salmgren, Babis Harall, Stina Nyberg, Rasmus Ölme, Björn Elisson, Love Källman, Jorma Uotinen, Marie Fahlin, Dan Johansson, Eva Lundqvist, Rebecca Chentinell, Anna Pehrsson, Tommi Kitti, Allison Ahl, Frederic Gies, Sanna Söderholm, Ofelie Ortega, Richard Günther, Mårten Traavik, Lisa Torún, Ernst-Hugo Järegård, Susanne Reuter, Tommy Körberg, Björn Skifs, Janet Jackson, stina ancker, Richard Herrey, Peter Jöback, Pernilla Wahlgren, Camilla Henemark,Tommy Nilsson, Eva Roos, Jean-Louis huhta, Temptations, MC Hammer, Janet Jackson, Milli Vanilli hahahaha, Andreas Karperyd, Roine Söderlund, Staffan Götestam, Brian Eno, ZovietFrance, Anna Ådal and more. On 9th and 10th we are here for you. Welcome.”
/Sebastian Lingserius, Dan Johansson, Allison Ahl, Love Källman and Sanna Söderholm.
- About Sebastian Lingserius
Sebastian Lingserius is a choreographer and performer based in Stockholm. Educated first at the Royal Swedish ballet school, he then studied a Master in choreography at DOCH lead by Mårten Spångberg. In 2011 Sebastian founded KASS production, through which he produces all of his work, in close collaborations with MDT.
Interested in how philosophical concepts can help produce bodily frameworks to re-imagine social behavior, Sebastian’s work emphasizes on different ways to escape recurrent patterns of the body. To insist upon the body’s ability for transformation and to shift the perspective of dance.
Sebastian Lingserius is currently working as a performer with Swedish choreographers such as Björn Säfsten and Cristina Caprioli.
Choreography: Sebastian Lingserius. Movers/Performers: Dan Johansson, Allison Ahl, Love Källman and Sanna Söderholm. Supported by: Swedish Arts Council, City of Stockholm, Västmanland county music, Coff. This presentation is part of the project [DNA] Departures and Arrivals, which is co-financed by the Creative Europe program of the European Commission.
- Sebastian Lingserius
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