“If one dreams of ecstasy and lameness…
If one dreams of going and never really getting anywhere on a little path through other things…”
We Will Have Had Darker Futures attempts to weave together past, present and future and to mix it all up into a time loop allowing our sense of temporality to be blurred.
We Will Have Had Darker Futures thinks of possible futures through daydreaming, language, and dance while emphasizing the passage of time in the act of collective finger knitting.
We Will Have Had Darker Futures is a short term detachment, a visionary parallel reality that contemplates the bounds between past and present.
Rebecka Stillman works in different formats but always within the realm of the choreographic. The projects she initiates have in common a quest for the middle ground and the unfamiliar in the familiar, often through a protocolized procedure aimed at getting there.
Inga Huld Hákonardóttir has a drive to cultivate collaborative environments and her works have up to this point all been made in close collaborations with choreographers and musicians.
Katie Vickers is an American dancer/choreographer who lives in Brussels, Belgium. After receiving her BFA in performing arts at The Ohio State University (2010), she moved to Europe to further study dance.
Concept, choreography & performance: Inga Huld Hákonardóttir och Rebecka Stillman
, Dolores Hulan (replacing Katie Vickers)
Light: Clive Mitchell
Costume;Wim Muyllaert, Katie Vickers, Inga Huld Hákonardóttir och Rebecka Stillman
Stage: Wim Muylaert, Ken Van De Mierop, Mathilda Perrot (intern) och Sofie Durnez
Sound: Ruben Nachtergaele, Katie Vickers, Inga Huld Hákonardóttir och Rebecka Stillman
Artistic advaisor: Dries Douibi
Video: Stanislav Dobák
Photo: Sofie Jaspers
Co-production: Slingan Tre scener, deSingel, MDT.
Med stöd av: the Province of Antwerp, Konstnärsnämnden, wpZimmer, ccBerchem, de School van Gaasbeek, Kulturrådet, Reykjavik City.