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Mette Edvardsen


11. okt. –14. okt. 2017

Lille Scene 11.10.2017 19:00

Lille Scene 12.10.2017 19:00

Lille Scene 13.10.2017 19:00

Lille Scene 14.10.2017 19:00

1 h. 10 min.

“nothing less than a world-class show” Metropolis M

With this new piece, I continue the process of writing that I have developed in previous works. In the trilogy Black (2011), No Title (2014) and We to be (2015), I was exploring the possibilities and limits of language and how this extends into real space. The access to imagination took place through language, and the closeness to the audience developed with the writing. With oslo, I aim at another way of generating presence and imagination, where not only the performer on stage is central to what is taking place. This time the writing extends into the whole theatre space, multiplying the voices, the actions, the moments, the imaginations – the things and the beings. – Mette Edvardsen

Friday October 13th
19.00: Mette Edvardsen (NO): oslo
21.00: Juan Dominguez (ES): Between what is no longer and what is not yet
Only 350/200 NOK.Ticket can be purchased at

The work of Mette Edvardsen is situated within the performing arts, but also explores other media and formats such as video, books and writing, with an emphasis on their relationship to the performing arts as practice and situation. She is currently a research fellow at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Dance Academy. In 2016 Edvardsen received the national Ibsen Award for the production We to Beoslo premiered at Oslo Internasjonale Teaterfestival and was nominated to the Norwegian Dance critics award 2016 / 2017.

Created and performed by: Mette Edvardsen. In collaboration with: Mari Matre Larsen et al. Music composed by: Matteo Fargion. Light design: Bruno Pocheron. Technician: Emese Csornai. Production assistant: Maya Wilsens. Production: Mette Edvardsen/Athome, Manyone vzw. Co-production: Kaaitheater (Brussels), BUDA (Kortrijk), Black Box teater (Oslo), Teaterhuset Avant Garden (Trondheim), BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen), Skogen (Gothenburg). Supported by: Arts Council Norway, Norwegian Artistic Research Program – Oslo National Academy of the Arts, APAP network (EU).

Conversation with Mette Edvardsen and Juan Dominguez October 14th at 5 PM.

Mette Edvardsen and Juan Dominguez in Correspondance. Read it here