This is fiction//you are fiction too is a work on the deconstruction of the idea of subject towards the perception of a choreographic self, where the distinction between fiction and reality is precarious.

Starting from the body as the archive of past experiences, gestures and persona; a container of a multiple and fragmented information, the performance is an interplay between universes of fantasies, memories and invisible forces. Every gesture is the materialisation of past traces carved in the present moment; a constant dialogue between embodied history, memories, senses and emotions.

This action of transcendence between embodiment and disembodiment produces a series of ever changing and interrupted self-portraits, and a tension that suspends any representation to a state of incompleteness.

The minimal shifts of dimensionality resonate as refracted into a semi-abstract space, the unintelligible world of the mind and the constructed idea of the I. The sway between self and non-self, between presence in the now, in the memory and in the imaginary, generate theatrical and filmic images full of unresolved tensions.

Concept , Choreography and Direction_Mirko Guido

Created with and Performed by_Kenneth Bruun

Rehearsal Director and Artistic Assistant_Patricia Vázquez Iruretagoyena

Set, Video and Light Design_Jens Sethzman

Music_Bernhard Günter (Un Peu de Neige Salie - Origin: Untitled I-II-III-IV 92); (Monochrome Rust), John Duncan and Bernhard Günter (Home, Unspeakable)

Texts_Kenneth Bruun, Mirko Guido

Production: Patricia Vázquez Iruretagoyena and Mirko Guido with the cooperation of Dansens Hus Stockholm

Thanks to_Anna Pehrsson, Anna Grip, Tina Fredriksson Eriksson, Christofer Fredriksson, Eva Mohn, Katrine Johansen and Adam Schütt

 

Administration_Interim Kultur

 

Co-produced by: Dansens Hus Stockholm

Artistic residencies: PACT Zollverein, Weld and C.off

With the contribution of: Kulturrådet, Konstnärsnämden and Italian Institute of Culture Stockholm

 

Article: Håkan Nilsson on This is fiction //you are fiction too