An interactive performance and art installation about human rapture.
The work circles around life and death, light and darkness and what gives meaning in between. An invitation to meet, support, remember and exist in a state of reflection. Questioning our willingness to give away our wishes and dare to fall without the notion of being caught.
Anna Wallin (SE) is an artist, researcher and facilitator working interdisciplinary with the body as a medium. With a choreographic background, her interest lies in how we humans reflect ourselves in each other, our surroundings and how that affects who we dare to be. In her artistic practice, Wallin works with composition and improvisation to explore space and tension between the solid as the fragile. Her installations and performance work has been shown in galleries, theaters and festivals across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
On April 3-4 she performs her graduation piece REVEL | imprint unknown at IAC together with artist and researcher Dorte Bjerre Jensen and musicians Vide Chevalier, Dick Heijkenskjöld and Farbod Hashemian.
Tickets: Free admission. Reserve a seat by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The foyer will open 30 minutes before the start.
This year’s conceptual performing arts graduates will present their final projects in weeks 11-14. Read more about other final projects here.
Photo credits: Vedran Djurasovic and Emmalisa Pauly.