Sep 12+13+14+15. In tune / Rebecca Chentinell (SE)

September 12 at 19.00
September 13 at 19.00
September 14 at 19.00
September 15 at 16.00

Norrtullsgatan 7

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In tune you are aligned with nature and the universe. Fiber speeds circuits your nerves and veins. Eyeballs flicker. Your body and mind becomes extended and outsourced. Clouds and instant browsing feeds the memory. The awakening of the third eye makes a great companion and situates a mediating dialogue between the inner and outer. The known and unknown. You are traversing in time and space fluidly, past and future seems to coexist. The world is at your feet. You are surfing. Becoming one with the wave – web – world.

In tune probes choreography as a sphere, in parallel to and under influence of today’s relation to the internet and the spiritual. Through processes of tuning in and dialing-up choreographic elements are exposed through instant mediation.

In tune opens up like an eye of the cyclone and invites you into a calm retreat in the center of the storm. A space for perceptive awareness, in tune with the universal frequency that flows through and equals you to all living beings and cyborgs.

With and by:
Choreographer Rebecca Chentinell
Composer Félicia Atkinson
Light/set designer Jens Sethzman
Dancer Aron Blom
Dancer Robert Malmborg
Dancer Linnéa Martinsson
Dancer Hanna Strandberg

The work has been developed in close collaboration with dancers, composer and light/set designer. Choreography and props in collaboration with the dancers. Costume in collaboration with Linnéa Martinsson.

Co-produced by Weld
In collaboration with Kummelholmen
With support by The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Fylkingen, EMS,

Rebecca Chentinell
is educated at the Royal Swedish Ballet School and the research-based master program at ArtEZ University of the Arts, the Netherlands. Chentinell’s artistic practice refers to an expanded notion of choreography and explores alternative ways to work with, produce and present dance and choreography; as a dancer, choreographer and curator. In her works Chentinell examines characteristics within art and choreography that contains a subversive potential in relation to our neoliberal era. In 2012 Chentinell founded Koreografiska Konstitutet together with Marie Fahlin through which they curate projects and festivals as well as publish Koreografisk Journal.

Félicia Atkinson
Parisian-born artist Félicia Atkinson’s multifaceted work embraces art and music through improvisation, science-fiction, composition, chance, noise, abstraction and poetry. Her sound palette draws from the history of electronics, musique concrète, field recordings and improvisation through the use of synthesizers, guitar and piano, abstract distortions, text-sound and infra bass. Félicia’s recent album  «The Flower and the Vessel» in 2019 and «Hand in Hand» released in 2017 on Shelter Press have generated a great deal of curiosity, excitement and intrigue, with Fact Magazine writing that Atkinson takes “the dying bleat of obsolete technology, the crack and stutter of her own voice, the atonal clatter of intuitively-played instruments – and sculpts them into flawless vignettes that lodge themselves deep in the psyche. Like the dystopian science fiction it references, «Hand in Hand» is bewitching, intense, meditative and at times, deeply unsettling.”

Jens Sethzman
started to create his own artistic work in the beginning of the 90´s with a focus on light and painting as primary sources and has since been working with contemporary choreography as his main field. His development as an artist has been influenced by the possibilities of the modern technology of light and its architecture. His work is characterized by precise aesthetic spaces where you experience light as a medium in itself and its irrationality, musicality and mathematics. The defined output of these spaces are works of art that can stand for itself but vanishes as soon as they’re executed, very much like the movements they envelope.

Aron Blom
is born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden. He studied at the Royal Swedish Ballet School (2004-2006) and P.A.R.T.S (2006-2010). Aron have worked as a dance and performance artist in several projects including Cesena (2011) and Golden Hours (As you like it) (2015) by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas, La Substance, but in English (2014) by Mårten Spångberg and Middleworld (2015) by Aron Blom & Mikko Hyvönen. He is a Certified MovNat/Natural Movement Instructor and has worked with schools, companies and individuals. In 2019 he graduated as a Nature Guide and have worked with the association Naturliv.

Robert Malmborg
Robert has worked with Bounce Streetdance Company, Ensemble Batsheva, Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar, Fredrik ”Benke” Rydman, Pontus Pettersson and Adam Linder amongst others. He is a part of Weld Company and will this coming winter work at the Betty Nansen Teatret in Copenhagen. 2018 he produced and performed the dance piece The place where the fire is kept at Dansens Hus (SWE).

Linnéa Martinsson
is a dance and performance artist, songwriter, artist and certified Reiki healer. She studied by the Royal Swedish Ballet School (2004-2007). As a dancer she participated in Morpho Z by Virpi Pahkinen, Really good music by Juli Reinarts, Love Shrine & Your Majesty part 1 by Marcus Baldemar, Epic, The Nature and La Substance, but in English by and with Mårten Spångberg amongst other things. As a songwriter she divides her time writing for other artists as well as her own artist project Lune. In 2019 she started the music label «Play Human» and released two Lune singles so far.

Hanna Strandberg
works as a dancer, she has previously worked with Eliisa Erävalo in Prophetic dances, Mårten Spångberg in The Nature, La Substance, but in English and The Internet, Västmanlandsteatern and Cirkus Cirkör in Horisonter and Ellen Söderhult in Shane et al amongst others. Hanna is since 2015 a member of Weld Company.