I Al Evighed (Forever & Ever) is a participatory performance created for churches.
The work is inspired by the Danish philosopher and theologian, K. E. Løgstrup’s, statement that we all hold each other’s lives in our hands.
An individual never deals with another human being,
without holding some piece of their life in his own hand.
It can be very little, a transient mood,
an sensation that makes one wither or awaken,
a lead one deepens or raises up.
But it can also be awfully significant,
so it simply rests on the individual,
whether the other person’s life succeeds or not.
K. E. Løgstrup
In the church’s intimate space, 3 performers create a thought-provoking experience in which the audience, together with the players, can explore the church’s physical space as well as its existential ramifications. The church is a space created for contemplation and reflection – things that we often miss in everyday life. Therefore, the church space is the perfect place to create a performance that allows the audience to become wiser about themselves and each other.
– Trine Wøldiche, Cand.mag and theater reviewer for Information. Iscene.
“The very concrete sound universe we are immersed in [is] absolutely phenomenal”
“A decidedly consciousness-expanding experience”
“It gives incredible chills”
– Morten Hede, Teateravise
From 14 years
Approx. 60 min.
CO-CREATOR, PERFORMER & DIRECTOR
CO-CREATOR & DIRECTOR
CO-CREATORS & PERFORMERS
Sigrid Cecilie Moses-Jacobsen
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Louise Højlund, Preben Meedom Hansen, Anne-Sofie Aabenhus
City Boy, Judd Greenstein.
Star Skid, Tape.
King’s Birthday, Girls in Airports.
If Mountains Could Sing, Terje Rypdal.
Emerald Rush, Jon Hopkins.
Excerpt #1 06.06.15, Vektormusik.
Excerpt #3 07.06.15, Vektormusik.
The Heroic Weather-Conditions of the Universe, Alexandre Desplat.
Feeling Good, Nina Simone.
I al evighed was created in collaboration with the church and culture festival KK44 in Silkeborg, Denmark.
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