Gruppe 38, Trickster-p, Terrapin
The stories of the Earth have changed in nature and scale: we do not write stories to tell about the creation or the course of the world, but to avert its end.
Ts'ui Pen must have said once: I am withdrawing to write a book. And another time: I am withdrawing to construct a labyrinth. Every one imagined two works; to no one did it occurred that the book and the maze were one and the same thing.
Choreography for the dying light
We met blind people. Some were born blind, others lost their sight over time. We asked them to tell us how they see
Room by room audio journey around the fairy tale Snow White
Installation in 9 rooms, one prologue and one epilogue
All This Coming and Going
Trickster-p — Projects — All This Coming and Going
Welcome, both inside and outside.
Here are landscapes after a tsunami, Titanic on first class, a belly dancer luring sailors and landlubbers, a library without books, the last journey, heartbreaking tones, silent tears, shipwrecks and joyful cries.
Conceived as big scale outdoor installation, All This Coming and Going is the result of the collaboration between Teatret Gruppe 38 (DK), Trickster-p (CH) and Terrapin (AUS) as part of Aarhus 2017 - European Capital of Culture.
Inside and outside 12 large ship containers, mobiles, projections, shadows and moving pictures will depict what was – and what is to come.
The installation thematises the sea as an incredible powerful natural force which both draws and threatens – and how times change. It does so, through stories and picture universes about life at, with and on the sea.
Entering the spaces in 'All This Coming and Going' means experiencing the ocean through a prism of fantasy and dreams, both gentle and violent, tiny and large. Aarhus Stiftstidende (Denmark)
An holistic experience. The experience constantly changes. There is so much to see, so much to experience. Kulturmor (Denmark)
Cristina Galbiati, Ilija Luginbühl
Bodil Alling, Søren Søndberg, Søren la Cour, Lars K. Olesen, Marie Netterstrøm, Ana Luiza Ulsig
Sam Routledge, Matt Daniels, Josh Noble, Andrew MacDonald