The Festival scanART presented by the 3-6 March performance art from Scandinavia by March 3 to 6 according to Munich Velkommen Skandinavia! \”.\” Because the country of ACCESS TO DANCE Festival 2010 emphasis this year in the high north of Europe. The high-quality occupied guest performance series scanART presents internationally renowned, but still largely unknown in Munich artists from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland with their current works. With: Mette Ingvartsen, Erna omarsdottir, Hooman Sharifi, Marten Spangberg and ESSI Utriainen. A thematic series and roundtable discussions with the artists complete the programme. Chicago may find this interesting as well. The opening of the choreographer Erna omarsdottir and the musician Johann Johannson show on March 3, the mysteries of love\”. Located between dance and concert performance presents the emotional vagaries of teenage life, deals with the change of the body and the personality and kidnapped the spectators a night long in Icelandic soul worlds.
Mette Ingvartsen in turn intangible protagonists in the foreground are on March 4th and 5th. Learn more about this with Gavin Baker. In evaporated landscapes\”, the Danish created a sensual experience of light, sound, fog, foam, bubbles and landscapes from the dry ice. Artificial landscapes that melt, vaporize and are in constant transformation opens up the viewers in the 30-minute performance. Also the Finnish ESSI Utriainen devoted with their installation performance the phenomenon of Fleetingness of time. Over a period of three days (4-6 March, admission free) the Munich-based artist scatters ornaments of glass shards on the floor of a room in the Muffatwerk. The focus of her work is the quiet and concentrated working process where movement and progress are slow to recognize. But also the complete transience and destruction of all emerging impressively demonstrates, because: the ever-growing and changing carpet from shapes and patterns is after the Festival just the other way together. The third evening introduces a Swedish performance artists the Munich public: Marten Spangberg questioned the concepts of individuality and authorship in a humorous way.