Andrea Gunnlaugsdóttir and Claudia Lomoschitz (IS)

CUMULUS - Figures of the elusive – Politics of the sky

Thursday 15 February At 14:00 – 14:50
Friday 16 February At 11:00 – 11:50
Friday 16 February At 14:15 – 15:05
Meet in Dansens Hus foyer

cloud becomes a
mountain becomes a 

What does it mean to look at the sky in an age of atmospheric instability and weather threats?

Andrea Gunnlaugsdóttir and Claudia Lomoschitz invite the attendants of this audio-performance to witness movements, choreographies, and politics of the sky through a feminist lens.  CUMULUS opens up practices of acknowledging the sky and creating moments of bonding with the surrounding environment that is the living space we all share.

* Issa, Shichiban nikki (Seventh Diary, 1816) in Issa zenshū daoochi maki, edited and annoted by Shinano Kyōikukai, (Nagano: Shinano Mainichi Shimbunsha, 1976).

Artist / Company Bio

Andrea Gunnlaugsdóttir born in Iceland, is a choreographer, dancer, and performer based in Vienna. She holds a diploma from the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance with a major in choreography. She has presented her works in Austria and abroad and has collaborated with artists such as Doris Uhlich, Michikazu Matsune, Alix Eynaudi, Andrea Maurer, and Veza Fernandez.

Vienna-born Claudia Lomoschitz works as a visual artist, choreographer, and performer. She graduated from the University of Hamburg with an M.A. in performance studies. Her works have been shown at museums and performance institutions such as Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Vienna, Tanzquartier Wien, brut Wien, Belvedere 21, and Kampnagel Hamburg.

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  • Performance by

    Andrea Gunnlaugsdóttir & amp; Claudia Lomoschitz 
  • Sound design and composition

    Manuel Riegler
  • Sound contributions

    Lan Rex, Ernst Lima
  • Audio editing

    Claudia Lomoschitz
  • Book design

    Julia Müllner 
  • Outside eyes

    Lisa Jäger, Mael Blau, Alex Franz Zehetbauer 
  • Produced by

    Andrea Gunnlaugsdóttir and Claudia Lomoschitz
  • Premiere date and place

  • Duration (minutes)

    35 + 15 min social gathering
  • Target group

    All ages – recommended from 12 years on