”It was the most natural thing in the world, the body, it existed and performed its work even if you did not devote one single thought to it. It constituted a happy union of loose and solid, of liquid and stiffened, mucus and enamel, in general it seemed to be a skilfully not to say artfully devised totality of parts that, witnessed individually, could seam laughable and in some cases repelling. The sum, the body as construction and coherence, deserved both respect and admiration.”
Torgny Lindgren “Hummelhonung” (1995)
Rosalind Goldberg, Sandra Lolax and Stina Nyberg have been working together since 2008. Their collaboration is built on a shared interest in the body’s biological and social constructions, and methods for exploring the murky waters where these reside. They perform a choreographic basic research in how our surrounding, our biology and our lived experiences shape the body and its movements. For each project they reformulate the form of the collaboration and the methods they work with.
Together they have completed the projects A Section of Falling (2008), A White Rhythm Section (2009), Weapons of Mass Production (2010) and Fake Somatic Practice (2011). Their work have been presented at Tanztage Berlin, Lofft Leipzig, Schauspielhaus Chemnitz, Schauspielhaus Bochum, Dialog Dance festival in Kostroma Russia, Uferstudios in Berlin, Tou Scene in Stavanger, Moderna Dansteatern and Weld in Stockholm.
Tour dates 2017:
2-4 March, Pre-premiere at Mad House, Helsinki
11-12 March, Premiere at Weld, Stockholm
27-29 April, Skogen, Göteborg
25-27 August, Tanz im August, Berlin