The Nordic Beasts show SWEET CONSTRUCTED INTIMACY EXPERIENCE hits Copenhagen in APRIL!
You are just a heartbeat from feeling real intimacy. Experience The Nordic Beasts hyper-dynamic dance performance and concert, where people and technology listen to your inner self and evoke your true presence.
Your inner life changes when technology finds its way into your relationships. You can enter into intimate relationships with physical distance and communicate to thousands of people without noticing how they feel. If you have completely forgotten how real intimacy feels, do not despair! The Nordic Beasts SWEET CONSTUCTED INTIMACY EXPERIENCE finds a way to your heart, with live emotion tracking technology devised by researcher of Humans and Technology Troels Andreasen (DK) from RUC and a carefully designed mixture of extreme movement and sound created by choreographer Noora Hannula (FI) in collaboration with composer Ida Duelund (DK).
Please note that during the performance we use LIVE measurement of your heart rhythm.
The dance performance / concert SWEET CONSTUCTED INTIMACY EXPERIENCE is the second part of The Nordic Beasts DIGITAL LOVE TRILOGY, a series of performances that use technology to pay homage to your physical reality.
The show is supported by the Danish Arts Foundation, Remic, HAUT Scene, TAP 1, Hackstage, MDT Stockholm and Dansekapellet.
Shows at Dansekapellet
Bispebjerg Torv 1
2400 København NV
SHOWS IN APRIL 2021
New dates coming soon!
SOME SERIES 2016-2020
DIGITAL LOVE TRILOGY 2018-2021
The Nordic Beasts is a Nordic cross borders dance theatre group that operates under the artistic direction of choreographer Noora Hannula (FI). The company has currently five collaborative artist members: Ida Duelund (DK), Helena Wilhelmsson (SE), John P.G. Jonsson (IS/GE), Belinda Larsen (DK) and Loraine Dambermont (BE).
Each season, besides their long-term partner production company Hackstage The Nordic Beasts aim to invite new Nordic collaborators and artists to join the productions. Next open call for artists will be announced in autumn 2021.