8.-13. July

Lots of People

Ingvild Isaksen / kompaniiisaksen

 

Lørdag 8. Juli kl 19:00

Ravnedalen (Billett)

 

Søndag 9. Juli kl 19:00 (double bill)
Ravnedalen

NB. søndag spilles forestillingen sammen med Shadows of tomorrow. (double bill kjøpes her)

 

People have an inlaid feeling that they have the ability to predict the future, or if they see patterns they have a built in feeling that they’re meaningful, and a built in feeling that they can control things. - Leonard Mlodinow

 

The narrative in People stems from the interview That’s so random! featuring amongst others Dr.Leonard Mlodinow. The interview describes how people unconsciously want to give meaning to random behavior. In Lots of People the dancers experiment with a movement based take on this topic and through a delicate and peculiar use of composition and dramaturgy we are given a completely new view on Ravnedalen. The piece has a subtle sense of humour filled with many associative gaps.

 

People have finally grown to a full evening performance especially designed for Ravnedalen and involves several local artists from Kristiansand. The short version of People has been shown at more than 30 places around Europe, USA and Asia. Next up is Dansens Hus in Oslo on the 28th and 29th of april, come and have a taster!

 

 

PS. We invite the audience to see if they can find a pattern in the randomness, and the winner will get their very own copy of the book!

 

 

 

CREDIT

Koreografi og lyd:

Ingvild Isaksen

 

Den høyre hånd: Ida Grimsgaard

 

Koreografi assistenter:

Elisa Vassena / Masako Matsushita / Julie Rasmussen

 

Medskapende utøvere:

Masako Matsushita, Alessandra Ruggeri, Julie Rasmussen, Hilde I Sandvold, Mikael Rønne, Ida Haugen, Ingvild Mæhle, Katja Henriksen Schia, Julie Moviken, Irene Vesterhus Theisen , Birgitte Lundtoft, Sigrid Marie Kittelsaa Vesaas, Iselin Borgan, Vilde Sagstad Imeland, Dina Jaroussac Moen, Tuva Selmer-Olsen, Timothy Bartlett

 

Sang: Elin Røsok Richardsen

 

Takk til Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand, Maren Fidje Bjørneseth, Deborah Gordon, Jorunn Kjersem Hildre, Emil Aas Stoltenberg, Eivind Seljeseth, Morten Arnfred.

 

Co-produsert av Ravnedans, støttet av Kulturrådet og Cultiva Express.

 

“We all create our own view of the world and then employ it to filter and process our perceptions, extracting meaning from the ocean of data that washes over us in daily life. ”

 

- Quote from the book

“The Drunkards Walk” by Leonard Mlodinow

 

PS. We invite the audience to see if they can find a pattern in the randomness, and the winner will get their very own copy of the book!

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT INGVILD ISAKSEN

 

Ingvild Isaksen is a freelance choreographer and performer based in Oslo, Norway. She has a BA(Hons) in Dance Theatre from Trinity Laban Conservatory of Music & Dance in London(2012) as well as an education in fine arts and design from the College of Oslo(2009).

In 2015 Ingvild received a three year working scholarship from the Norwegian Arts council to continue her work as a freelance artist.

 

Choreographically she likes to explore how to intervene with people's daily lives by making public spaces a stage for performances. She has toured her piece People in 30 different places around Europe and US, brought her interactive sound installation Make a Move to festivals in Norway, Italy and UK and is continually expanding her wall specific performance called Veggimellom.

 

Ingvild is currently collaborating with choreographer Masako Matsushita in the artistic duo A MasIng Productions for a full evening performance at Sånafest 2017, and is regularly a performer in the interdisciplinary Kompani F at Whitelight Theatre F in Oslo. She has previously performed with Matteo Fargion, Clare Daly, Kosugi Daisuke, Dromedar, Aisan Hoss and in one-off events with Punchdrunk, Janne-Camilla Lyster, Runa Skolseg and Mia Habib.