WAUHAUS (FI)

Fluids
| Friday 11 February
At 16:45 – 17:35
Kattila Hall

A performance that brings fluids to the outside of our body. One part strange spectacle on ice, one part slimy orgy. In Fluids, bodies are vulnerable, limited, and dissolve into each other.

In Fluids, W A U H A U S creates an impossibly slippery stage for the bodies of the performers. The performance is enabled by J-Lube, a lubricant that creates a movement language continuously fluctuating between clumsiness and gracefulness. Fluids invites the audience to encounter empathy, intimacy, and failure.

Artist / Company Bio

W A U H A U S is a Helsinki-based multidisciplinary arts collective who creates contemporary theatre, performance art, and dance productions, as well as lectures and workshops. The works of W A U H A U S are situated between different genres and take place at all kinds of venues, from small black box theatres to urban sites, large stadiums, and established theatre houses. The members of W A U H A U S are scenographer Laura Haapakangas, director Anni Klein, scenographer Samuli Laine, sound designer Jussi Matikainen, choreographer Jarkko Partanen, new media artist Jani-Matti Salo and sound designer Heidi Soidinsalo.

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Credits

  • Authors-directors

    Anni Klein, Jarkko Partanen
  • Performers

    Keithy Kuuspu, Karolin Poska, Sigrid Savi, Karoline Suhhov, Joonas Tagel
  • Sound designer

    Heidi Soidinsalo
  • Scenographer and light designer

    Samuli Laine
  • Technician

    Marko Odar
  • Producers

    Evelyn Raudsepp (STL), Julia Hovi (W A U H A U S)
  • Produced by

    Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava (STL), W A U H A U S
  • Supporters

    Estonian Cultural Endowment, Arts Promotion Center Finland, Theater Info Finland
  • Premiere date and place

    3.5.2018 Sõltumatu Tantsu Lava, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Duration (minutes)

    50min
  • Stage dimensions

    Original set up is 9x11m, but stage dimensions can be negotiable and the performance is adaptable to different dimensions.
  • Target group

    16 and up