Face the Darkness: When a child of Vietnamese boat refugees meets a child of Viet Cong More than 40 years after the Vietnam War, the ghosts of the past are still passing through the country and dragging the border between north and south. Between the South Vietnamese government with support from the US and the […]Read more "Face the Darkness"
Vejret nu is an interdisciplinary work consisting of music, dance, acting and visuals, initiated by musician, Maja Gry Brøns. The work is an interpretation of the poems of the Danish poet Per Højholt. Of Højholt’s poems, we interpreted poems about nature from “Det Gentagnes Musik” and “Manøvrer.” Vejret nu is created through devising and improvisational techniques […]Read more "Vejret nu"
The performance “For a Moment: Singularity” is a four hour long performance which I designed and analyzed as subject field for my Master Thesis in Performance Design, Roskilde University, spring 2018. In my thesis, I explore the potential of dance as liberating in our relationship to urban spaces. Along with two other performers, we danced […]Read more "For a Moment: Singularity"
Broken Face is a collaborative video work with Lasse Mouritzen. In Broken Face, an encounter takes place beyond our civilization. The reality is distorted and roles are undefined, multilingual and in a conflictual state of mind. Who are you, who am I and what are we to each other. Disconnected and yet connected, united and […]Read more "Broken Face"
In collaboration with Lasse MouritzenRead more "Building Ground"
What is nothing? And how does a concept like nothing which is so undefinable materializes in art? To Aesthetic Saloon, Sofie Andersen and I gave our contribution to the idea of nothing with a 360 degrees total performance. We did a participatory performance, where we handed out cues with actions that we related to nothingness. […]Read more "Nothingness"
On a student trip to Athens with Performance Design, I invited my teacher to improvise with me on Syntagma Square and my fellow students and teachers to participate with signs saying We are here for fun (May 2017). The performance We are here for fun is based upon my thoughts about my role in Athens and […]Read more "We are Here for Fun"