Upcoming & Ongoing Projects
Dansfoot choreogrpahy: GSproductions
Site specific in Stamsund
Site specific on moss: 100 years celebration
Making a connection between the obvious and the sublime, in this act the performers are in two separate windows of an old house with a projection of the moon cycles on the facade, accompanied by their actions.
The work aims to encourage the audience to reflect and rethink the way we are engaging with our political landscape.
A thought provoking piece reflecting on society’s patriarchal conditioning and finding its connections to the behaviour of the youth in an attempt to depict the male anxiety created by the social hierarchy.
With abstract movements in space, in this piece, the dancers attempt to express their bodies as spiritual entities, aiming to make the audience project their imagination bringing them to an almost meditative state.
Past & Ongoing Projects
With a metaphorical take on “imprisonment”, this piece focuses on the different events of a physical human prison, how people react to the idea of being locked up beyond their will, and the experiences of the process.
(Translated from Norweigian)
A work of art by two of the country’s foremost dancers, Hallgrim Hansegård and Sudesh Adhana, with musician Amina Sewali where they create a tough and completely different performance about hospitality.
FISHING FOR LOVE
A graceful spectacle with elements of acrobatics, as the dancers emerge from water onto a net serving as their dance floor.
A FLOWERING TREE
An opera in two acts by John Adams, directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, choreography and scenography by Sudesh Adhana.
Sacre depicts the body’s effort to free itself from haziness and reach a sate of clarity rendering us to get over the place where we feel we are simply living to get more out of life.
THE NET OF PAS DE DEUX
A duet with captivating and explosive movements on the surface of an elevated net, exploring the tension between life and death.
Based on an episode from the epic Mahabharata, one of the largest wars in Indian Mythology, this performance with contemporary dance and puppetry creates layered conversations about power, manipulation and war.
But it has not ended
With elements of Kathakali in movements and music, juxtaposed against interviews of people involved in the negotiations during a 1995 dramatic hostage situation, this piece looks into the different layers of the pressure game played by terrorist groups of the Kashmir Valley and the State Government of the time.
GODAAN THE GIFT OF COW
A piece about longing, inspired by the last novel Godaan by Indian author, Munshi Premchand, with original music composed by Ulf Knudsen.