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    Image credit: Monika Sobczak

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    Image credit: Monika Sobczak

Dance

Everything Remains

by Juli Apponen & Jon R. Skulberg

Presented by Supercell: Festival of Contemporary Dance Brisbane in association with Brisbane Powerhouse

Everything Remains is choreography for a tired body.

A minimal and poetic encounter, an autobiography of physical transformations of sex and gender, pain and limitations. Juli Apponen is a ready made, with her archive of memories. All material derives directly from concrete experiences such as: surgeries, chronic pain and the physical body as editable material.

A reflection on weakness, Everything Remains investigates the potential of the body in fatigue and constraint. What do we do when these conditions dominate? Is a tired body a more interesting body?

Supercell is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and by Brisbane City Council, Brisbane Powerhouse and The Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.

Reviews

In an elegant space Apponen moves around fully exposed and creates with her presumably weakened, but enormously interesting and beautiful body, a series of stunning compositions and images that bear witness to a personal peripeteia beyond comprehension. ★★★★★

Marlene Kejser Teater1

When the surface diminishes, and white becomes black, Atalante (the venue) vibrates in pulsating pain. Everything Remains touches beneath the skin.

Lis Hellström Svenningsson Göteborgs Posten

The work portrays a kind of point zero, from where an individuals self image and existence step by step is constructed in an changing and unforeseen process.

Theresa Benér dixikon.se

More Info

CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY, SPACE, AND LIGHT: Juli Apponen & Jon R. Skulberg
PERFORMER: Juli Apponen
MUSIC: Lil Lacy
LIGHT: Juli Apponen, Jon R. Skulberg & Addis Prag
DRAMATURG: Astrid Hansen Holm
PRODUCER: Nanna Møllegård Madsen
LIGHT TECHNICIAN: Daniel Goody
AGENT: Lene Bang Org

JULI APPONEN is an artist who works predominantly with performance and choreography. She produces and tours internationally with several independent co operations and projects as well as her own solos. In a wide range of performative practices, she works as performer, director, choreographer and teacher. Originally from Finland, but based in Sweden since 2002. She studied at the Norwegian Theater Academy. Currently working for Michael Laub as a performer and also directing a solo “Blind Boy Diaries” co-produced by three venues in Sweden for 2017 premieres.

JON R. SKULBERG is a Norwegian scenographer and choreographer based in Copenhagen. He is educated from Norwegian Theatre Academy, Fredrikstad and Insitute of Dramaturgy, Aarhus. Skulberg has the last 6 years been co-directing, creating scenography and choreographies for several opera productions for Hotel Pro Forma. In June 2015 he co-directed three Rachmaninov operas at Brussels Opera/ La Monnaie. He is the founder and artistic director of Convoi Exceptionnel, a production company focusing on interdisciplinarity and spatial-somatic relationship within theatre, opera, dance and installation.

The presentation of Everything Remains and Juli Apponen & Jon R. Skulberg’s residency at Supercell: Festival of Contemporary Dance Brisbane and Barebones with Gold Coast company The Farm is supported by Arts Queensland, Brisbane City Council, Brisbane Powerhouse, Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Art,The Danish Arts Foundation, The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Performing Arts Hub Norway, The Swedish Arts Council and Knud Højgards Fond.

The original production Everything Remains is supported by Arts Council Norway, Swedish Arts Council, Nordic Culture Point.

The Everything Remains international tour is realized in collaboration with Lene Bang Org., Projektcentret at Dansehallerne, Copenhagen and Supercell: Festival of Contemporary Dance Brisbane.

 

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