Bora Bora and Wunderland present PHOENIX
June 3rd to 22nd
More info at bora-bora.dk
Wunderland invites on your own personal adventure! A sensorial journey at Aarhus harbour - through ships and forgotten buildings - into crevices and under the skin ...
You show up at an address by the port. It smells strange here. The door creaks as you open it. You look inside. The sound of a crackling radio, a glass set down on the table, someone muttering. You enter a hallway, following the sound.
In Phoenix you follow the fine traces of yet unexplored places ... the scent of rope and boat hulls, forgotten dreams of vanilla and childhood-dusty drawers, the shadow of a face similar to your own.
People and experiences lead you into the crevices of what you are, what you remember, what you fear and dream of.
Phoenix is an interactive, sensory performance developed by 9 nordic and international artists from various genres. You will be led through the experience alone, guided by an interactive sound system - that works via GPS - and by meetings with performers.
Artistic media: a hybrid form consisting of installation, soundscape, interactive technology, video, lyrical text, sensory experiences and performance.
The performance is a co-production between Wunderland and Bora- Bora.
Supported by Statens Kunstfond, Kultur Kontakt Nord, Aarhus Kommune and Bikuben Fonden .
Process leader and director Sarah John (Australia)
Artistic Director and Performer: Mette Aakjær (Denmark)
Composer and sound design: Thoranna Bjornsdottir (Iceland)
Performer og dancer: Cindy Rudel (Germany)
Performer og dancer: Nina Matthis (Sweden)
Performer: Helga Rosenfeldt-Olsen (Denmark)
Performer: Sara Vilardo (Italy)
Visual Artist: Sigrid Astrup (Norway)
Writer: Sonja Winckelman Thomsen (Denmark)
Technical interaction designer: Rune Brink (Denmark)
Technical development and assitance: Mads Gundersen og Carl Jensen (Denmark)
Project leader: Mia Mimi Flodager (Denmark)
PR: Kirsten Østergaard Pallesen (Denmark)
Director's Assistant: Nina Tind (Denmark)
Production Assistant: Anne Majgaard Basse (Denmark)
Assistant: Marianne Tøgersen (Denmark)
Assistant: Sofie Raun
Assistant: Majken Rosenqvist (Denmark)
Assistant: Mikkel Vithner (Denmark)
Video by Christoffer Brekne.
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