The performance stretches the boundaries of truth, creating a fragmentary world of the unconscious; our memories are deceitful and subject to interpretation, yet we still construct our identities through storylines that are based on them.
Artistic concept and realization: Valtteri Raekallio
Dance: Annamari Keskinen ja Valtteri Raekallio
Composing of the music and performance: Meriheini Luoto (violin, nyckelharpa, vocals, electronics)
Coding of the live electronics: Kaj Mäki-Ullakko
Set design: Aino Koski
Lighting design: Jukka Huitila
Performance technicians: Johannes Vartola, Pauli Riikonen
Diary texts, archive photos and recordings: Valtteri Raekallio
Cinefilms and projections: Thomas Freundlich
Realization of the puppet: Saima Lahtinen
Puppetry consultant: Aati Saarva
Production assistant: Riikka Laurilehto
Production: Raekallio Corp., Zodiak – Center for New Dance
Photos: Lauri Lundahl
Thu 28.11. 18:00
NÄYTTÄMÖ, Pilkontie 7, Joensuu
LONELY IN THE RAIN FESTIVAL
NEW ARTWORK 369° ON PREMIERE 22.11. AT CIRKO STAGE
This work can be related to the moving sculpture, which can be observed from different angles at the same time. The name of the work, 369°, reflects to the movement composition, which is open simultaneously all the directions. Like choreographers words: “A perfect circle (360°) is in balance, and that is precisely what we don't want. The idea of balance is a kind of phantom from which we keep fleeing in each art work. “
Choreography and concept: Petri Kekoni
Dancers: Tanja Illukka, Meeri Lempiäinen, Anna Stenberg, Pekka Louhio and Eero Vesterinen
Music and sound: Antti Nykyri
Set design: Petri Kekoni and Heikki Rosti
Lighting design: Jukka Huitila
Costumes: Monika Hartl
Other performances 23.11., 27.11., 28.11., 29.11., 30.11.2019 at 19:00 hrs
Venue: Cirko, Kaasutehtaankatu 1, Helsinki, Finland
One more set of pictures from the space perspective by photographer JP Manninen. JP is taking part in a group exhibition in Oulu. They will have an opening 27.11.2019. He has been photographing Flow Productions site specific performances like Torni (Tower) and Secret Garden which are part of his exhibition. MABD site (in Finnish).
A trilogy created by Pirjo Valinen, Pirjo Yli-Maunula, Jukka Huitila and Aake Otsala. Locations Oulu Valve gallery, Hailuoto Petsamon laituri and Oulu Valve stage. Performers Titta Court, Pirjo Yli-Maunula and Milla Virtanen. Photographer JP Manninen and assistant for visuality Heidi Kesti.
From basement to out and from day to night.
After an exhibition and outdoor performances the hypnotic and captivating Villa (Finnish for ‘wool’) will have its third manifestation, this time on stage in Valvehall, Cultural Centre Valve in Oulu. The work, describing the long relationship between humans and nature will have its world re-created again.
The project is a collaboration between choreographer Pirjo Yli-Maunula, costume and set designer Pirjo Valinen, light designer Jukka Huitila and sound designer Aake Otsala.
Humans have been using wool for thousands of years. The age-old material becomes a counterpoint against the unethical practices of cheap mass production and the ideology of the dispensable.
Wool has many souls, many shapes and many meanings for humans. After the winter and the summer the artists’ and the audience’s year-long journey with wool will come to its conclusion in the beginning of a new winter. Villa on stage is a monumental world, created by a wool totem, sculptural dance, light and sound.
The team consists also of dancers Titta Court and Milla Virtanen, visual artist Heidi Kesti and photographer and writer Janne-Pekka Manninen.
Sat, November 2 at 7pm premiere
Sun, November 3 at 4pm
Tue, November 5 at 7pm
Wed, November 6 at 7pm
Thur, November 7 at 7pm
Fri, November 8 at 2pm
Sat, November 9 at 7pm
Sun, November 10, at 2 pm
Culture Centre Valve, Valvehall
Valve ticket office 08 558 47575
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