Bodies of Water - performative art in the South Harbour
OrganizerST:ART (unge-platform for frivillige under Sydhavn Teater)
The performance ‘Bodies of Water’ is an examination of the way in which bodies connect through water and how this connectivity can be seen as a collective and aesthetic potential in the South Harbour of Copenhagen.
‘Bodies of Water’ will be performed by young stage actors from ST:ART which is part of Sydhavn Theatre.
There will be four very different performances taking place at the event:
'VAND - Væskende Antropocæn Normaliseret Dunken' by Kompagni Kvinde Kompagni Kvinde will be giving an audio performance, taking the audience into a warm and humid world in which the body is the stage of the performance, questioning where one body ends and another begins.
'Welcome beneath the surface' by Under overfladen - An interactive, sensory journey beneath the surface of Sluseholmen - and perhaps even rediscover yourself through your senses.
At the docks you'll find a door ajar and you'll be invited to step inside - beneath the surface. From here on, nothing is as it seems. Through tiny interactions between youself and the various cultural agents at Sluseholmen you’ll rediscover all of your senses - as if you were breaking the surface - exploring Sluseholmen and yourself.
'NÅR JEG SER DIG VIL JEG SIGE DET MEN SÅ GØR JEG DET IKKE' by Liva Polack, Andrea von Ostefelt, Katinka Wissing & Julie Rask Fischer A performance in which three women walk the bridges of Sluseholmen in their long dresses. Historically, water and the female figure has been linked with cleaning the house and caring for the children - in this setting, water has been a necessity in the daily routines of the home. But what else is there to find for the woman in the element of water?
OBS: 'NÅR JEG SER DIG VIL JEG SIGE DET MEN SÅ GØR JEG DET IKKE' has been moved to Slusen at 18-18:30, only 15 minuts walk from Richard Boones Vej.
'Ease' by Dilara Atceken The exhibition aims to visually and interactively show the texture, the movement and the intimacy of the relation when the body meets water.