worlds end inside


30.11 - 20.12

Residency by Linn Ragnarsson and her team to start the work on their new dance performance “Worlds end inside”.
This residency is organized with support from Kultur i Väst.

Worlds end inside is a choreography that travels between the surrealism of everyday life and emotions, through the practical into the imaginative. Bodies as persons, bodies as material, bodies that meets, bodies as worlds. A continuous flow that concentrates in situations and culminates in images. Sincere dance that embraces contrasts and creates openings in the the present moment.

Worlds end inside investigates the prerequisites that unfolds a certain care taking of words, situations, each other and of movement. The thematics of the project also holds ideas about [letting go], as in accepting transformation and as a necessity to meet another and one self.

”Let’s face it. We’re undone by each other. And if we’re not, we’re missing something.”
/Judith Butler

Linn is freelancing within the field of dance and choreography in Sweden and internationally with Stockholm as her base. She is educated at The Royal Swedish Ballet School, the Contemporary program. She has been working with choreographers such as Malin Élgan, , Gisèle Vienne (FR), Guilherme Bothelo & Cie Alias (CH), Mia Habib (NO), Nicole Neidert, Claire Parsons Co., Lena Josefsson & Kompani Raande-Vo.

Nicole is educated at Balettakademien Stockholm and works as choreographer and dancer since 2012. She has created several pieces such as Bastant, Cuttlefish and Skinning True Mesh. Her works has been presented at venues such as Skånes Dansteater, SPIRA Kulturhus, Dansens Hus, Falkhallen Falkenberg, Hjalmar Bergmanteatern Örebro och Malmö Konserthus. Nicole is currently exploring several interests related to artificial, elevated and exaggerated expressions. Her artistic work is focusing on textures, structures, distortion, destruction, dancing, artificial realities and how to use these artificial expressions to expose different aspects of humanity.

Viktoria is a freelancing dancer and choreographer educated at the Ballet Acedemy in Umeå and SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) in Austria. She has been working in France with the company Kublai Kahn
Investigation, Ludvig Daae, Nicole Neidert, Malin Hellqvist Sellén. She has also worked at the City Theatre in Malmö with the production of “The Neverending Story”.

Pär is freelancing as a dancer and has his education from The Royal Swedish Ballet School and P.A.R.T.S in Brussels. He has been working with Malin Elgán, Linda Blomqvist, Dora Garcia, Anna Ådal, Kenneth Kvarnström Co, Ina Christel Johannessen, Rebecca Chentinell, Fors Works/Martin Forsberg, Jonna Nordenskiöld, Örjan Andersson and Vindhäxor/Eva Lundqvist.

Evelina works with lighting design and video visuals mainly for stage. She is working together with other artists in the field of dance, theatre and concert and she is making her own lighting and video installations. Evelina has lived in Oslo for many years but is based in Jönköping, and works all over the world. Evelina is part of the artist collective Oslo Koreografiske where she has been producing the performance “We Are Symphony” together with Anne Kathrine Fallmyr and Tale Hendnes.

VICTOR PÈREZ ARMERO is a Brussels-based dancer and performer.
As a young boy he studied Catalan folk dance and graduated as a folk dancer from Esbart Sant Cugat at the age of 16, immediately joining the school company.
He has his professional dance education from P.A.R.T.S. and from the Bodhi Project at SEAD. After his graduation he joined Company Thor / Thierry Smits until 2014 when he started his freelance career. Since then he has worked with international choreographers within Europe; SOIT / Hans Van den Broeck, Stephan Herwig, Peter Savel, Renan Martins, Albert Quesada, Thierry de Mey, Anneleen Keppens, Anna Konjetzky, Pere Faura and Eleanor Bauer. Víctor is also an active member of the Belgian company Hiatus, Daniel Linehan since 2014, and are currently working on the new creation Listen Here, to be premiered in the spring 2021.

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