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A Sensoral Lecture
An intimate solo performance in which we encounter five voices through metaphoric dating scenarios.

The show deals with auditory romance and love at first frequency, an exploration of sound, and especially the voice, as touch. Through dance, dialogue and movement exercises, the audience is invited to a sensorial lecture with humor, imagination and sensitivity.

Together with composer Marta Forsberg, Sindri explored the concept of a voice message, and the culture of auditive versus text based SMS. Curiously examining the intimacy of the voice message, combined with humorous reconnaissance – realizing that a voice message can be way more intimate than a nude picture. With guidance by Sindri, the audience will be invited to try this practice during the performance.

Sindri Runudde is a dancer and choreographer based in Sweden. Their work is characterized by a multi-sensorial approach to the body as a living archive. Sindris work spans over several fields and includes sound art, visual art and performance.

Concept, choreography: Sindri Runudde
On stage: Sindri Runudde
Assistant, dramaturgy: Emelie Empo Enlund
Music, sound design: Marta Forsberg
Light design, technician: Ulrich Ruchlinski
Photo: Chrisander Brun

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