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Avgang 2022, master dans, Hanne Våge Skjeggestad.  Foto: Estera Kluczenko Johnsrud
Avgang 2022, master dans, Hanne Våge Skjeggestad. Foto: Estera Kluczenko Johnsrud

Avgang 2022: Conversation on master’s project in dance

MA dance student Hanna Våge Skjeggestad will present her final project Imitating Realness and engage in conversations with her examiners Cecilie Lindeman Steen and Anne-Linn Karine Minkowicz Akselsen.

Imitating Realness is a solo where play with imitation establishes a common reality between performer and audience. It is a performance that physically explores human and animal movement, through acquiring different movement logics and through this tries to create dissonance in the audience's perception of the dancer's performance. By working with imitation and small shifts of perspective, the performance reflects on the relationship between nature and culture.

In Imitating Realness Våge Skjeggestad wishes to create a constant change of the audience perception. The interest lays in not jumping to conclusions about one’s surroundings, but rather observing the floating transitions.

The conversation is open to the public.
Tuesday 5 April from 12:00 to13:00
Where: KHiO, Prøvesal 2 (4th floor, Vrimla)

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