Choreographies by Litó Walkey, Matthias Sperling, Georgia Vardarou, Andros Zins-Browne
+ talks, classes, guest performance by Uri Turkenich and Geraldo Si a.o.
During the autumn, ... continue >
"I love my dancers" is a performance by Uri Turkenich, which explores a special moment in German history, the emergence of the form “Tanztheater” and German!--> ... continue >
Andros Zins-Browne (US/BE) is one of the guest choreographers invited by Weld Company this autumn.
With the restriction ‘No Talking, No Props’, Weld Company has since since 2013 invited ... continue >
The British choreographer and dancer Matthias Sperling is the second of Weld Companys guests this autumn.
With the restriction ‘No Talking, No Props’, Weld Company has since since 2013 ... continue >
Weld Company work with four international choreographers this fall. The first invited guest is the greek choreographer Georgia Vardarou (GR/ES).
With: Georgia Vardarou, Caroline Byström, Elias ... continue >
In October, Weld Company starts its work for the season and first out the revival of the choreography Phoenix. There will be six occasions to see this work, created ... continue >
This autumn Weld Company invites a new group of dancers under the name Weld Company Extended to immerse themself in the company's work.
Weld Company Extended (Elise Nuding, Ursula ... continue >
My Wild Flag is a choreography and art festival curated by Karina Sarkissova and Pontus Pettersson. It offers performances, social choreographic meetings and workshops at c.off and Weld.
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Frédéric Gies + Samuel Draper
Part of the festival My Wild Flag
In the dance performance Dad & Son, Samuel Draper and Frédéric Gies expose and celebrate ... continue >
a solo with and by Anna Pehrsson
Through a practice of tying, twining, weaving and looping, In [Brackets] creates a compost of relations. Via intimacy, intensity och exposure, Anna ... continue >
Rhymes mini-festival is a platform for a queer understanding of poetry in performance art. Rhymes focuses on new practices that expand articulation as a versatile praxis and searches for the poetic ... continue >
Presentations by Ina Dokmo, Quim Bigas Bassart, Mikko Niemistö and Orfee Schuijt from New Performative Practices MA programme DOCH, Stockholm University of the Arts.
This is an inter-disciplinary seminar, aimed at bringing people from different work-fields together; in order to envision a transcendent future where labor is to love what you do, and to love is ... continue >
A room, a body, and several Medusas melting together, blending, and appearing in camouflaged figures and masked faces. The masks conceal, protect or reveal. Languages are mediated through these masks ... continue >
After performing fragments of BARCO Dance Collection in five ... continue >
Through a choreography of hands, Thiago Granato ... continue >
Stockholm University of the Arts continues its research into political, social and ethical questions in the arts!--> ... continue >
The third year students of the Bachelor Programme in Dance Performance at School of Dance and Circus present That choreographs us created by Benoît Lachambre.
That choreographs us is a ... continue >
Immunsystemet by Rosalind Goldberg, Sandra Lolax and Stina Nyberg is a performance that in an intimate setting investigates the everyday and ordinary discomforts of the body. It departs from the ... continue >
The Poeticians is a choreo-curational event that hosts different choreographic proposals. It is seen as module or installation where pieces, objects, performers can be inserted rather than a ... continue >
The wind escorts the sky is second part of Pontus Pettersson’s latest project Poetic Procedures. The project looks into the relation between dance and poetry and how these practices can unfold ... continue >
Sewing machine concert with Leo Correia de Verdier, Soup, Talking & Props - a method with invited guests: Livia Pravitz and Michele Masucci. Tova Gerge & Uri Turkenich - Where Were ... continue >