Photos: Barbara Katzin, Søren Gammelmark (gammelmark.com) – Anne-Mette Hoffmann-Christensen, F. Praising
IN THE FIELD
How do we relate to our surroundings; to place, space and time – in different landscapes and cultures?
In the Field investigates our perspective on man´s role in the world. It conveys the hostess Christine Fentz’ experiences and reflections from the open spaces of Siberian Tuva, and the Danish fields and big modern cities.
You are invited to an untraditional mix of theatre and lecture, of thoughts, pictures, tea, talks and beautiful surprises.
”In the Field is a captivating cross-over between lecture and performance. A fine performance about time and space for all the senses – and for the intellect! […] The performance lecture engages and activates the audience in a simple yet entirely convincing way. An atmospheric opening of everyday life.”Johanne Winding – teacher at Egå Gymnasium – 3rd year drama
”Yesterday I was out, I played there. The morning is short and the evening is like the eternity, but I can make it shorter if I do something. This is a good village to live in, because it is small. In the summer it is more fun than in the winter”Miisa, Finnish child – Guest book
”It was therapie. It felt really nice and it was comfortable to have some tea. There were some sounds and we had to close our eyes. Some sound really frightened me! My dream would be to have a new home. I got many thoughts from Christine… ”Sara, Finnish child – Guest Book
”Thanks for a different, crazy, timeless, inspiring, pleasant evening with a lot of wisdom served in a surprising and artful manner. An evening which inspired and needs to be digested”Teaterfestival 10 – Esbjerg – Guest Book
Idea and hostess
Thomas Hejlesen – Cecilia Lagerström
Tel +45 5055 6263 – email@example.com
Previous guest performers: Philosophers, musicians, singers, performance artists, directors, dancers, a professor & jazz musician, a student of geology, an author, visual artists, an architect & curator from Denmark, Sweden, Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Tuva: Carsten Friberg, Jens Balder, Anna Ottertun, Vera Mäder, Andrew Bowie, Tobias Stål, Mary-Jo Gilligan, Tom Swift, Suzanne Mooney, Johan Forsman, Deborah Vlaeymanns, Annette Asp Christensen, Rasmus Hagedorn Lorens, Kunderek Munzuk, Janine Eisenächer, Lisa Lucassen, Eva Klee, Pauliina Feodorov, Brian Degn, Sara Hamming, Rose Parekh-Gaihede, Erik Pold, Jörn Burmester, Christina Back, Christian Holm Christensen, Niels Bjerg, Henrik Vestergaard Friis, Claudia Mayer, Kristofer Krarup.
Supported by The Danish Arts Council, The City of Aarhus, Nordic Council of Ministers (Nordscen/Nordic Resort), Kulturhus Århus and Högskolan för Scen och Musik at Göteborg University and Funds for International Theatre Exchange.