• SITE-SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE • DENMARK • 2013/14 •
FALL is a trans-aesthetic performance. An experimental work that in a fusion of contemporary dance, live electronic music and illusory scenography confronts it’s audience with the universally human conditions of anxiety and despair. In four different sequences a woman is trying not to lose her foothold as she finds herself confronted with inscrutable corners of her internal house; unconscious places somewhere between restrained motions and uncontrollable forces. Also the choreography and set design is build up by this paradoxical condition of life as it is fettered by both repetition and transformation in every action. This performance leads us all to a free fall into existential and psychological doubt, where the best advice yet ever given is to to let go of your self; or make ‘the jump that brings you out onto the 70.000 fathoms of water’.
Dancer: Vittoria Lasorella / Ragna Maria Husted
Composer: Filip Johan Arnestad
Direction & set design: Troels Primdahl
Choreography: Vittoria Lasorella & Troels Primdahl
Producer: Kristian Schwarz
Stage technician: Kristian Madsen / Ernst Steen Hansen
Costume designer: Mette Julie Bundgaard-Nielsen / Karole Marie Pouvreau
Make-up artist: Lidia Bonaria Bassareo
21.02.2013: Sankt Lukas Kirke, Aarhus
22.02.2013: Sankt Lukas Kirke, Aarhus
06.08.2013: Godsbanen, Aarhus
07.08.2013: Godsbanen, Aarhus
16.01.2014: Hostebro Kirke, Holstebro
23.09.2014: Als Kirke, Hadsund
Winner of THE AUDIENCE AWARD 2014
»FALL embraces through four acts the concepts anxiety and fall as existential conditions. The two performers Vittoria Lasorella and Filip JA manage each with their own expression to set the tone, and we were absorbed into a new theatrical experiment from the director’s hand.
FALL succeeded incredibly delicate in generating an intense space on stage. This work keeps its audience caught with exciting choreographic solutions and excellent music. One disappear into the dancer’s and musician’s universe, while the time flies by. FALL is a total experience and is of extraordinary quality.«
– from the Motivation of the Jury comprised of Dorthe Hansen Carlsen, Erik Farmann, Astrid Guldhammer and Joan Naldal.