The project investigates the consept backup understood both as storage, copy and reinforcement, and reflects around how technology effects our relationship to memories, preservation and time. We experience how technology can be a restriction, an enhancement, an all consuming addiction and even become a helpful support. Technology influences the context, which is linked to choices we make. In what ways affects digitalization how we relate to time and each other? How human can technology become, through our utilization of it? Through body, sound, light and technology, performers and audience share a common space where the human and the digital device are connected. A footstep may evolve into rhythm, which in turn affects the space, and the flickering light can become poetry. Time can create a unity of connections. A backup of our collective memory. The audience is invited to take their own perspective and make their own choices in experiencing this project.
Idea, consept, production: Molitrix Scenekunst.
Consept development: Linda Birkedal, John Derek Bishop, Tobias Leira, Nina Wollny,
Servando Barreira, Kenneth Varpe
Choreography/dance: Nina Wollny, Linda Birkedal
Computer/pure data: Servando Barreira
Music: John Derek Bishop
Light design: Tobias Leira
Artistic dialog: Kenneth Varpe
Video documentation and edit: Petter Misje
Supported by: Fond for utøvende kunstnere, Rogaland Fylkeskommune, Stavanger kommune, Sandnes kommune and PNEK.
Residence support: DansiS, DansiT, Tou Scene, UiS/IMD.