HILDE INGEBORG SANDVOLD
Dans, for SatanAn explosive and humorous reflection on gender and sexuality and on being caught within your own identity.
Friday December 14th
22:00 – 22:17 (double bill with OVERSTATEMENT/OVERSTEINUNN starting at 21:00)
Tjarnarbíó, Tjarnargata 12
The piece aims to discuss issues in what one can call “the post equated society”, where many of us grow up being told that women and men can do the same thing: that is, exactly whatever we want. It is a question mark set as an exclamation mark. It is a mixture of the choreographers own words, and others thoughts. It is chaos and an attempt of control.
“Dressed in leopard print and a little golden crown, she announces movement phrases by clapping her hands above her head. Sexually loaded positions are invigorated with moaning and screaming. Electrical impulses shift inside her body: swaying, crushing, sighing, smiling, releasing. This defiant performer has the balls to slap, but without wiping the smile off our faces. Victim or powerhouse, she joyously jumbles up the two.” – Lotte Wijers
Hilde Ingeborg Sandvold is a Norwegian dance artist based in Denmark. She got her official education from the Danish National School of Performing Arts, graduating in 2013.
Hilde has created a number of shorter solo works, performed in different contexts in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Ireland, Romania, England and Bulgaria, including Greenpiece, Crossfade (both produced by Kitt Johnson/X-act), Just a stupid little Piece/Girl on Fire, and Dans, for Satan, chosen for the Aerowaves network 2018. In the upcoming season, the production of a new solo, SORT, will begin, including a research period with the Danish Royal Theatre’s company, Corpus.
Working as a dancer, Hilde has collaborated with choreographers and companies throughout Europe; Tina Tarpgaard, Ted Stoffer, David Zambrano, Frederik Rohn/Staatstheater Bremen, Edhem Jesenkovic, Kitt Johnson, Wim Vandekeybus/Ultima Vez and Andreas Constantinou, to name a few.
Choreography and performance: Hilde Ingeborg Sandvold
Costumes and design: Hilde Ingeborg Sandvold
Light designer: Martin Myrvold
Dramaturge: Solveig Styve Holte
Thanks to: Dansens Hus, Oslo and Dansekunst I Grenland for sharing their facilities in the production period.
Photo credits: Tale Hendnes