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I'M THINKING OF YOU lets you discover or rediscover the library as a place. As a  participant, you are invited to follow instructions through headphones, and interact with the library environment in both expected and unexpected ways.

With a touch of magical realism, you will experience sneak choreography, censorship and get a glimpse of thousands of years of books’ history. You will be given the opportunity to perform secret acts of resistance and discover secret messages right in the middle of a public space. I’M THINKING OF YOU offers a playful opportunity to look at one of our most important public spaces with new eyes, and a chance to make the library your own. 

I’M THINKING OF YOU is played as a school performance for 10-15 year olds, but is also suitable for adults. The piece gives the audience an opportunity to have an artistic experience in the middle of everyday life. It will be available for individual lending for a five-year period at the various libraries participating in the project.

Dates at the City Library in Uppsala:

27 October 18.30

28 October 12.00

31 October 14.00, 16.00, 18.30

1 November 14.00, 16.00

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GRAPHIC FORM: Moa Schulman

PHOTOGRAPHER: José Figueroa
PERFORMANCE LENGTH: approx. 60 min

TARGET GROUP: from 10 years

LANGUAGES: Swedish, English

Created by ANNA HAGLUND, ERIKA SJÖDIN, ANNICA STYRKE, GUSTAV TEGBY & KARIN WIKLUND

Playwright GUSTAV TEGBY

Sound design and music ANNA HAGLUND

Scenography ERIKA SJÖDIN

Choreography ANNICA STYRKE & KARIN WIKLUND

Voice Swedish BASHKIM NEZIRAJ
Voice English BENJAMIN QUIGLEY

Project coordination CLARA BANKEFORS

English translation FERN SCOTT OLSSON

Sound technician ANNA HAGLUND & CICELY IRVINE

In collaboration with UPPSALA CITY LIBRARY & UPPSALA CITY THEATER

 
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PHOTOGRAPHER: Chrisander Brun
PERFORMANCE LENGTH: approx. 60 min

TARGET GROUP: from 13 years

AUDIENCE: 30 people
LANGUAGE: Swedish

"Gympa" [ˈjʏ̀mːpa] is a Swedish form of group aerobic training.

 

MEDELGYMPA is your all-around fitness and art experience. We exercise to very traditional gympa music, and it can get sweaty if you want it to. Bring your metaphorical machete out. Touch down to the sound of creaking wood. Allow your body to turn into a marshmallow in a cup of hot cocoa. MEDELGYMPA is the kind of gympa that encourages laziness. It's gympa deluxe.

 

MEDELGYMPA is both a performing arts event and a session of gympa. The audience is led by a performer and through instructions in headphones.

 

MEDELGYMPA is the result of an exploration of gympa as a bodily practice and social phenomenon. We are particularly interested in the kind of community that can take shape during a session of gympa. The collective rush. The gratitude. All the different bodies, ages, and tempos, sweating together . 
 

This fall we play at  FLOCK, Falun 17 September and Uppsala Konsert & Kongress 5-8 October.

Concept, script and choreography ANNA HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE, ELLEN SÖDERHULT & KARIN WIKLUND

Performer ELLEN SÖDERHULT

Sound design ANNA HAGLUND

Set design TOVE DREIMAN

With the support of SWEDISH ARTS COUNCIL, STOCKHOLM REGION, NORRLANDSOPERAN, SKELLEFTEÅ MUNICIPALITY, DANSCENTRUM STOCKHOLM, SALA MUNICIPALITY, GULA VILLAN/SÖDERTÄLJE MUNICIPALITY, HUDDINGE MUNICIPALITY

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Koreografin. Fotograf: Rebecka Holmström

THE CHOREOGRAPHY explores the world through movement and examines how the way we move can affect what we think, see and feel. In a small group, the audience follow instructions through headphones in which a voice tells them how to move, how to relate to their own body and to one another.

In THE CHOREOGRAPHY there are no dancers on stage, instead it is the audience that creates THE CHOREOGRAPHY together.
 

Available in 15 languages. Regardless of language, everyone can participate together and listen to the same instructions.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Rebecka Holmström
PERFORMANCE LENGTH: 60 min

TARGET GROUP: from about 10 years and up

AUDIENCE: 16 people

LANGUAGES: Arabic, Dari, English, Finnish, Kurdish (Sorani), Meänkieli, Northern Sami, Pashto, Persian, Romani (Arli), Russian, Somali, Suthern Sami, Swedish and Turkish.

Created by ANNA HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE, JOHAN SUNDÈN & KARIN WIKLUND

With the support of THE POST CODE LOTTERY, THE GENERAL HERITAGE FUND, THE SWEDISH ARTS COUNCIL, THE SWEDISH ARTS GRANTS COMMITTEE, THE INSTITUTE FOR LANGUAGE AND FOLKLORE & STOCKHOLM MUNICIPALITY

 

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POST WEDDING DEPRESSION is a generous performance for all ages.It explores lust, femininity and the dream of being a bride. In a rampant costume drama, the dancers move through square dance, postmodern dance  and foxtrot where everyone can join!


POST WEDDING DEPRESSION is suitable for rooms other than the stage. It does well in public contexts, on festive occasions, in schoolyards, conferences, festivals, inaugurations, department stores, museums, etc.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Jennifer Drotz Ruhn
PERFORMANCE LENGTH: 15 min

TARGET GROUP: 0-100 years

AUDIENCE: almost any number!

Created  by MARIA BURÉN, IDA GOLDBERG, MALIN HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE, LINNÉA SUNDLING & KARIN WIKLUND

 
Kajan Flyger

KAJAN FLYGER is an improvisation performance with live music for grades 1-6.  A dancer and three jazz musicians meet on stage. They have prepared some songs and a game with notes where you as an audience can be involved and decide, but beyond that everything is improvised. In KAJAN FLYER words, music and movements are mixed in a game that will never be the same!

KAJAN FLYGER i s a co-production. To book KAJAN FLYGER e-mail 

linneaochlisa@gmail.com​​​

PERFORMANCE LENGTH: 40 min

TARGET GROUP: grades 1-6

AUDIENCE: 60 people

Created and performed by LINNÉA SUNDLING (dance), LISA GROTHUERUS (clarinet, vocals), KONRAD AGNAS (drums), TOVE BRANDT (double bass)  & JULIA STRZALEK (saxophone)

 

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Dottertumören

In DOTTERTUMÖREN, dancer Linnéa Sundling and sound artist Cicely Irvine try different ways of dealing with grief, loss and the  sometimes contradictory feelings that can arise when you lose someone close to you. Based on lyrics from Ester Eriksson's comic book Dottertumören and her own experiences of grief, Linnéa and Cicely create performing arts that are on the borderland between dance, music, image and poetry.  

DOTTERTUMÖREN opens up for thoughts about the theme and in connection with the performance a conversation is held with the audience.

Created and performed by  LINNÉA SUNDLING & CICELY IRVINE

With the support of STOCKHOLM COUNTY COUNCIL

 
Ljug!

How do I escape when someone notices that I'm not telling the truth? And what should I do with this elephant standing in the middle of the room?​ LIE! is a warm and eventful performance where we convince, exaggerate, hide and mislead. In the performance, the audience is invited to a trip to Disneyland, they get to see an elephant grow big and get warm by a campfire.​​​

Created by MARIA BURÉN, IDA GOLDBERG, MALIN HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE, LINNÉA SUNDLING & KARIN WIKLUND

With the support of STOCKHOLMS STAD & STOCKHOLMS LÄNS LANDSTING

 
Konstnärligt
Konstnärligt

ARTISTICALLY explores the ballet's movement patterns and vocabulary with various contemporary choreographic methods. A carefree performance that takes ballet to its extremes. As usual, Johanssons pelargoner och dans do not do what you expect, but something else!  The performance is aimed at high school and adult audiences.

Created  by MARIA BURÉN, IDA GOLDBERG, MALIN HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE,

LINNÉA SUNDLING

& KARIN WIKLUND

 
Alla dansar i otakt utom jag
Alla dansar i otakt utom jag

When the game during the sports lesson becomes bloody serious, the laughter is silenced and the struggle for survival begins. The rules are constantly changing, sometimes you are in, the second after you're kicked out. In sharp throws and high tempo, roles and positions of power within the group change. In the uninterrupted chase, the frustration and the question of what is really required grows.

Created  by MARIA BURÉN, IDA GOLDBERG, MALIN HAGLUND, ANNICA STYRKE,

LINNÉA SUNDLING

& KARIN WIKLUND

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