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Titill: 
  • Titill er á ensku Graduation performances Phygital Glitch & Run/through
Námsstig: 
  • Bakkalár
Útdráttur: 
  • Útdráttur er á ensku

    Iceland University of the Arts
    Performing arts department
    Contemporary Dance, graduation show
    Performed in L223, Laugarnesi, May 12.-15. 2022
    Dagana 12.-15. maí sýna nemendur á alþjóðlegri samtímadansbraut útskriftarverk sín. Flutt verða tvö ný dansverk eftir Katrínu Gunnarsdóttur og Gígju Jónsdóttur unnin sérstaklega fyrir útskriftarbekkinn.
    May 12th - 15th the Contemporary Dance department graduating class will perform their graduation show, two original works by choreographers Katrín Gunnarsdóttir and Gígja Jónsdóttir.
    Ávarp fagstjóra
    Dear guests
    A dancer's graduation performance marks both a beginning and an end. It is a rite of passage, concluding their time together as students while entering the professional community as dance artists.
    In this double-bill performance, we witness ten graduating students of Contemporary Dance Practices taking on rituals of the past and future. Embodying landscapes with playful encounters as instruments, thinkers, bodies, avatars, oracles.
    During their three-year BA education at the Iceland University of the Arts, these emerging dance artists have shown such resilience and passion in challenging circumstances during the pandemic. I welcome you to celebrate their unique artistry and dedication to their craft as they dance - with open hearts, shaking the ground, making us listen.
    They have arrived.
    Katrín Gunnarsdóttir
    Associate Professor and Programme Director
    Graduating students //
    Birna Karlsdóttir
    Gabriel Marling Rideout
    Inga María Olsen
    Jóna Hlín Elíasdóttir
    Lena Margrét Jónsdóttir
    Marikki Nyfors
    Ragnhildur Birta Ásmundsdóttir
    Rebekka Sól Þórarinsdóttir
    Sóley Ólafsdóttir
    Tiffany Margelin
    Phygital Glitch
    Phygital Glitch Dwelling somewhere in between, facing the forest gaze and playground maze inside an outlined space. Collective force and external source moving through the course of time.
    Original music by Örlygur Steinar Arnalds graduating from B.A. Music.
    PSA. Strobe lights are used in the show.
    Choreography // Gígja Jónsdóttir in collaboration with the performers
    Costume and set design // Helga Lára Halldórsdóttir
    Composer // Örlygur Steinar Arnalds
    Lighting design // Valdimar Jóhannsson
    Dramaturgy // Nína Hjálmarsdóttir og Valdimar Jóhannsson
    Photographer // Owen Fiene
    Special thanks to //
    Anna Kolfinna Kuran, Elín Signý W. Ragnarsdóttir, Eysteinn Ívarsson, Soffía Pálsdóttir, Sigrún Soffía Halldórsdóttir, Snædís Eiríksdóttir, Egill Ingibergsson
    upptaka: Egill Ingibergsson

  • Útdráttur er á ensku

    Iceland University of the Arts
    Performing arts department
    Contemporary Dance, graduation show
    Performed in L223, Laugarnesi, May 12.-15. 2022
    Dagana 12.-15. maí sýna nemendur á alþjóðlegri samtímadansbraut útskriftarverk sín. Flutt verða tvö ný dansverk eftir Katrínu Gunnarsdóttur og Gígju Jónsdóttur unnin sérstaklega fyrir útskriftarbekkinn.
    May 12th - 15th the Contemporary Dance department graduating class will perform their graduation show, two original works by choreographers Katrín Gunnarsdóttir and Gígja Jónsdóttir.
    Ávarp fagstjóra
    Dear guests
    A dancer's graduation performance marks both a beginning and an end. It is a rite of passage, concluding their time together as students while entering the professional community as dance artists.
    In this double-bill performance, we witness ten graduating students of Contemporary Dance Practices taking on rituals of the past and future. Embodying landscapes with playful encounters as instruments, thinkers, bodies, avatars, oracles.
    During their three-year BA education at the Iceland University of the Arts, these emerging dance artists have shown such resilience and passion in challenging circumstances during the pandemic. I welcome you to celebrate their unique artistry and dedication to their craft as they dance - with open hearts, shaking the ground, making us listen.
    They have arrived.
    Katrín Gunnarsdóttir
    Associate Professor and Programme Director
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    Graduating students //
    Birna Karlsdóttir
    Gabriel Marling Rideout
    Inga María Olsen
    Jóna Hlín Elíasdóttir
    Lena Margrét Jónsdóttir
    Marikki Nyfors
    Ragnhildur Birta Ásmundsdóttir
    Rebekka Sól Þórarinsdóttir
    Sóley Ólafsdóttir
    Tiffany Margelin
    Run/through
    An orchestra of dancing bodies has been given the virtuosic and daunting task of translating Igor Stravinsky's Rite of Spring musical score into movement, to be performed in silence. The Russian composer´s seminal work of the 20th century, written during turmoil and unrest, still haunts us with its dissonant and forceful beauty and its themes of ritual and sacrifice. Now we witness another spring ritual with 10 athletic dancers on stage, carrying the monumental weight of the past together, striving for the moment, in silence, as it runs through.
    Concept // Katrín Gunnarsdóttir
    Choreography // Katrín Gunnarsdóttir in collaboration with performers
    Costume design // Eva Signý Berger
    Lighting design // Valdimar Jóhannsson
    Photographer // Owen Fiene
    Special thanks to //
    Baldvin Þór Magnússon, Brogan Davison, Egill Ingibergsson, Gígja Jónsdóttir, Heba Eir Kjeld, Nína Hjálmarsdóttir, Védís Kjartansdóttir
    upptaka: Egill Ingibergsson

Samþykkt: 
  • 23.6.2022
URI: 
  • http://hdl.handle.net/1946/42262


Skrár
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