Feb 26: SKIN – Kroppsklubben

Date: February 26
Time: 2.00 pm (45 min)
Audience: from 6 years

Price: 80:-, children younger than 12 year: 60:-

The performance will be executed accordingly to health regulations.

HUD(SKIN) is a dance performance for children (from 6 year and up) we focus on the biggest organ of the body: the skin. Having experienced a sense of disconnection from our own and other people’s bodies during the Corona-pandemic, KROPPSKLUBBEN (the body club) has dvecided to shine a spotlight on the skin and its significance in relation to body contact and touch.

In an enveloping blue world, we come closer to each other in a safe and playful way. The audience gets an opportunity to focus their attention towards the sensations of their skin. This, in turn, allows them to experience their own bodies, the bodies of others, and their surroundings in new ways. How does it feel to be close? How does it feel to be far apart? What does a rub feel like? Can the skin experience hunger? Can it be full? What would the skin say if it could speak?

The performance makes a case for the importance of physical touch and for the right to decide for yourself when you want to be close – and when you want some distance. We want every child who leaves the dance performance HUD to feel safer, warmer, more secure, and closer to their own and others’ skin!

CREDITS
Artistic director, choreography & dance – Jilda Hallin & Lisa Nilsson
Choreography & dance – Anna Johansson & Rebecca Yates
Scenography – Annika Carlsson
Light design – Uli Ruchlinski/ IMULTO scenkonst
Music – Björn Lindberg
Costume – Klara Helin
Dramaturgy – Sally O’Neill
Voice – Li Molnár Kronlid
Producer – Hanna Falk
Photography – Graham Adey
Graphic Design – Julia Westerberg
Film – Gustav Hugo Olsson

HUD(SKIN) is produced with support from The Swedish Arts Council, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Region Skåne and Region Blekinge in cooperation with KLO productions, Dans i Blekinge, Danscentrum Syd and Barnens Scen in Malmö, Sweden.

At Dansstationen, we follow the guidelines, rules and regulations set by the Swedish Public Health Authorities. Fore more information: palladium.nu