- About the artists
Moa Franzén (1985) is as performance artist living in Stockholm. Her work encircles choreography and writing as interrelated practices, with a special interest in voice as choreographic material and expression. The relation between rethorics and ideology, power and vulnerability, and performer and audience is often in focus in her works. Franzén holds a MA in New Performative Practices from DOCH.
Robin Jonsson is a choreographer, producer and sound-artist. He’s been creating and touring dance productions since 2006, in Europe and the world. He was based in Brussels from 2004 to 2015 where he studied at the well known dance school P.A.R.T.S, led by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, leader of the dance-company ROSAS. He is currently based in Stockholm.
Cara Tolmie works from within the intersections of performance, music and moving image. Her solo works explore performative techniques that disrupt the affective economies revolving around ‘The Singer’ through live uses of the defamiliarised, uncanny and sampled singing voice. Collaboration is a key aspect of her ongoing practice both in the making of works as well as more expanded research projects. She has recently worked with Stine Janvin, Zoë Poluch, Kim Coleman, Will Holder, Seymour Wright, Paul Abbott in group ULAAPARC, and on artistic research projects Gender of Sound with Susanna Jablonski and The Glossary of the Event with Frida Sandström and Aleksei Borisionok.