Mermaid(s) of the Hypersea
Mermaid(s) of the Hypersea is a somatic and performative research on being a body of water set in a choreographic context. It is a dance with the water we all carry inside, the water we are and the water that passes through us and blurs the boundaries between you, me, and us, as well as the human and the non-human. The ‘Hypersea’ is what Dianna & Mark McMenamin call the water we, all living organisms, carry within. In Mermaid(s) of the Hypersea, the performers are getting in touch with this common inner sea by working in a borderland, where bodies of water transform, and the imaginative, the sensual, the performative, and the fictional create an overall understanding of ever-changing liquid bodies. Mermaids as mythical divas that manifest in-betweenness, queerness and more-than-humanness become figures to embody. Through singing, dancing, tea-making and pouring bodies of water, the performance becomes a ritual of becoming mermaids of the hypersea. The performance is a duet version of the solo performance Mermaid of the Hypersea from 2019 by Snorre Evin.
Following the performance on 27 May: karaoke party hosted by Luca Büchler.
is a dancer and choreographer based in Copenhagen. He holds an MFA in choreography from The Danish National School of Performing Arts, where he also graduated as a dancer in 2015. He is a part of the dance collective Danseatelier and works in close collaboration with Nanna Stigsdatter, Peter Scherrebeck and Katrine Staub. He has been performing for Michele Rizzo, Pedro Goméz-Egaña, Esben Weile Kjær, Tina Tarpgaard, and Martin Forsberg, amongst others.
Concept Snorre Elvin Choreography, set design Snorre Elvin in collaboration with Peter Scherrebeck Hansen Performance Snorre Elvin, Peter Scherrebeck Hansen Sound, music Nanna Elvin Hansen, Minais B, t0ni Songs Ariana Grande, Madonna, Eartheater Costumes Alectra Rothschild Light, technique Magnus Hjortlund Pictures Ville Vidø Trailer Thomas Dyrholm (Filming), Snorre Elvin (Editing)
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