BamBam Frost (SE)

| Thursday 30 June
At 15:00 – 16:25
Tanssin talo - Pannu Hall

YES is a cascade of pleasure, sadness and dreams of possibilities. Morphing through a constant of what has been and what is. YES insists on fiction as a compass in the imagining of where we want to be. Working with water's transformative powers and the storm's revolutionary potential. Yes yes yes. This could be something. YES is soft, YES is dense, YES is tension and release, YES is too much and not enough. YES is everything you touch you change.

Artist / Company Bio

BamBam Frost is a dancer and choreographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. Frost works from an intersectional feminist perspective and her work is in constant transformation and dialog with the current times. SORRY (2018), SO SORRY (2019), and YES (2020) all take their inspiration from her interest in social dances and pop culture phenomena in relation to the times and contexts they arose from. In her work she insists on pleasure and fiction as a compass to imagine and shape choreographic proposals for change. Frost has a close collaboration with Lydia Ö. Diakité and their piece immortal summit premieres November 2021.

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  • Initiator, production, choreographer and performer

    BamBam Frost
  • Performer

    Lydia Diakité Östberg
  • Light design

    Anton Andersson
  • Composition and sound design

    Yared Cederlund
  • Set design

    Lisa Berkert Wallard
  • Costume

    Hanna Kish
  • Artistic help in the process

    Lydia Diakité Östberg and Alexandra Tveit
  • Producer & International Relations

    MDT, Johnson & Bergsmark and Nordberg Movement
  • Produced by

    Co production: MDT sthlm, Säfsten Produktion.
    Bora Bora residency at Zodiak
  • Supporters

    Kulturrådet, Konstnärsnämnden, Stockholm stad och Life Long Burning – Towards a sustainable Eco-System for Contemporary Dance in Europe project (2018-2022), and Creative Europe.
  • Premiere date and place

    2021-05-07 Dansehallerne Denmark
  • Duration (minutes)

    75 min
  • Stage dimensions

    12 x 12 x 4 m
  • Target group

    Adults, young adults