This work is about feminism, contact improvisation, touch, aggression, tenderness and care. We develop physical tools for finding ones agency on stage and at workshops.
Let’s serve own needs, not serving the needs of the other.
Let’s follow only own curiosity to fulfill own excitement and/or pleasure.
Let’s aggress own decisions, not avoiding conflict, but staying within the trouble.
Violence as transformation.
How do we relate to each other? We reflect our behavior on stage and in everyday life through scores, questions and feminist approach. How do we embody our gender and is it possible to queer it through physical interaction?
We are working with texts by Hannah Arendt, Donna Haraway, Erin Manning, Sarah Ahmed and Iris Marion Young and aim to queer the audience vision of two female-bodied persons in contact on stage.
The performances have been 15-20 minutes long pieces where we move in space. The latest one (video) was in a residency with Shake it Collaborations and Tove Sahlin at Skeppsholmstudion in Stockholm in March 2019. We worked with a musician Josefin Runsteen.
video: Tully Dool
Berlin Germany/Stockholm and Skog, Sweden 2018/ 2019