Secret rooms and the dark side of the human mind inspire this visually arresting trio. Three young women look for something tangible and real. They create a world as disturbing as it is funny. Jordjenta launches itself onto the stage with gale-force energy and a lust for experimental tearing-it-up. Death is the most normal thing that could happen.
It’s all gonna rot
It’s all gonna – yes, waste away
There’s something deeply unsound about not accepting that
The performance is inspired by Maria Tryti Vennerød's poem Jordjenta and is about longing for the tangible, for something real. The creators of this piece, the three dancers and choreographers Ingeleiv Berstad, Kristin Helgebostad and Ida Wigdel wonder about what they have in common with the characters in Vennerød ‘s poem.
- Concept / Choreography / Performers: Kristin Helgebostad, Ida Wigdel & Ingeleiv Berstad
- Composer: Siri Schippers Skaar
- Set Design: Silje Linge Haaland
- Costume Design: Berstad / Helgebostad / Wigdel & Chrisander Brun
- Lighting Design: Chrisander Brun
- Dramaturge: Huy Le Vo
- Poem: Maria Tryti Vennerød
- Producer: Anne Cecilie Bodin Larsen
- Video Documentation: Vibeke Heide
- Co-produced by Black Box Theatre, supported by The Norwegian Arts Council, FFUK and FFLOB
- Duration: 52 minutes