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       WORK 2015-2021
        CoSA-Concerning the Spiritual in Art
        CoSA garden/Pollinary Dances (NO/RU)
        Pollinary Dances - Initiation Performance (CoSA) 
        Jordtone (Earth tone)
        Reflections with Clay
        Jeg graver (I am digging)
        SUBSUS #2
        One Two T(h)ree
        Tree Talks (CoSA)      
        SHAKE THE MOUNTAIN! (CoSA)        
        Steilneset - Closing Ritual (CoSA) 
        SUBSUS #1
        Traces of a Stone (CoSA)              
        Action at a distance
        NOthing, 1 and 2
        Áhkánjárstábba - RE-visiting (CoSA 2017)
        To the root -As if we... (CoSA 2017)
        Vesen (Creature)
        Áhkánjárstábba (CoSA 2017)
        Hill of the Muses (CoSA 2017) 
        Monte Verità (CoSA 2017)      
        Fossum (CoSA 2017)
        we ARE one
        DADA Street
        MVM&EXCHANGE 4Y4
        BODY

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‘we ARE one’ - 2016 (RO)



we ARE one, reflects upon the psychological, social and political aspects of alienation. Creating images of separation and togetherness.

A choreography made by Inger-Reidun Olsen in collaboration with 4 young Romanian danceartists. Premiere at Explore Danse Festival October 28the and 29th 2016. Total rehearsal time; 20 days all together during September and October 2016. The performance was initiated and produced by 4Culture Association and WASP- Working Art Space and Production, in Bucharest, Romania, and was produced as part of a larger project, named FOREIGN BODIES (2014-16). See links further down.   

Co-creative dancers: Eliza Trefaș, Corina Tătărău, Georgeta Corca, Vlad Benescu
Set design & costumes: Inger-Reidun Olsen
The soundtracks: Daniel Menche
Producer: 4Culture Association
Co-producer: WASP Studios
Funded by: a grant from Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the Romanian Government. In the frame of the Promotion of Diversity in Culture and Arts within European Cultural Heritage Programme, with the support of EEA Grants and Romanian Government.  Project co-financed in 2016 by AFCN.

Duration: 50 minutes

Photos by André Wulf




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