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The artivicial nature project by Mette Ingvartsen
Picture: Kerstin Schroth
The artivicial nature project by Mette Ingvartsen
Picture: Milka Timosaari
The artivicial nature project by Mette Ingvartsen
Picture: Milka Timosaari
The artivicial nature project by Mette Ingvartsen
Picture: Jan Lietaert
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Mette Ingvartsen

The Artificial Nature Project

Part of the retrospective "The Artificial Nature Series"

In “The Artificial Nature Project”, Mette Ingvartsen stages perceptions and sensations of nature and proposes a new encounter between human and non-human. Materials fly through the air giving rise to a landscape that constantly transforms itself, rapidly altering our perception. A calm contemplative site may turn into an energetic chaos, a flood wave becomes a storm of confetti whirling through the air, an abstract sculpture turns into a swarm of animals. A vibrant landscape of dead things coming alive.
Interview with Mette Ingvartsen on "The Artificial Nature Project"
Duration 1:00
Concept and Choreography
Mette Ingvartsen
With
Franziska Aigner, Sidney Leoni, Martin Lervik, Manon Santkin, Christine De Smedt, Ilse Ghekiere, Jaime Llopis Segarra
Lighting Design
Minna Tiikkainen
Sound Design
Peter Lenaerts
Dramaturgy
Bojana Cvejic
Technical Director
Philippe Baste
Assistant Choreography / Production
Elise Simonet
Assistant Light
Milka Timosaari
Light technician
Susana Alonso
Sound technician
Adrien Gentizon
Company Management
Kerstin Schroth
Repeat performances: February 2017
A production of Mette Ingvartsen / Great Investment. Co-production: PACT Zollverein (Essen) (With the support of the Départs / European Commission (Culture program)), Festival d’Automne à Paris, Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris), Théâtre National de Bretagne (Rennes), Kaaitheater with funds from the Imagine 2020 – Art & Climate Change (Brussels), Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk),  apap / szene (Salzburg), Musée de la Danse/Centre Chorégraphique National de Rennes et de Bretagne. Funded by: Kunstrådet (Denmark), Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Berlin, Germany) and The Flemish Authorities. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. With the support of Mokum. The retrospective is supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.