Oct 27-30: Alone Together – Robin Jonsson

Date:
October 27 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm
October 28 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm
October 28 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm
October 29 2:00 pm and 3.00 pm
October 29 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm
October 30 2:00 pm and 3.00 pm
October 30 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm

Times and tickets will be released soon

Price: 180 :-
Supporting members: 140 :-
Student/Senior/u 26 years: 90 :-

This is a virtual show and you will share this experience with audience from Stockholm, Umeå, Skellefteå, Ersboda, Kungsbacka, Falkenberg and Halmstad.

It will only be 3 tickets up for sale per show. If you want to go and its fully booked email se@dansstationen.nu and we will put you on the waiting list.

The doors to Palladium open 30 minutes before the show. 

The performances of autumn 2021 at Dansstationen will have a seating plan appropriated to the current COVID-19 situation.

VIRTUAL EXCLUSIVITY THAT FASCINATES
It is not the first time that Dancenet Sweden has the great honour to tour Robin Jonsson’s unique performing art. The public had the opportunity to meet his TV- game inspired dance work as early as 2010, and ten years later he visited Swedish towns in the company of his adorable robot Alex. This time we will meet him digitally, through a pair of VR-spectacles, completely unlimited by our own reality.

Recurring themes in Robin Jonsson’s work are senses, movements and popular culture. He has, throughout his career, been focused on the relationship between humans and machines as well as digital developments, and how to include this into performing art scenes. He creates works that are stable, intuitive and innovative and are both amazing and fascinating.

With Alone Together tackles Robin Jonsson Virtual Reality in order to develop a new live format. With cutting-edge technology and with hard-to-beat ingenuity, Jonsson expands a virtual stage space with unreserved possibilities.

Alone Together is an attempt to transfer what is essential in performing arts – presence, intimacy and exclusivity – to the digital environment. Online, with interactive tools and in real time the public gets the opportunity to experience and co-create dance art in the digital world’s almost infinite capacity.

Presented through Dancenet Sweden autumn 2021

CREDITS
Concept and choreography:
Robin Jonsson
Created and performed by: Robert Malmborg and Anika Edström Kawaji
Music and sound: Julia Giertz and William Rickman
Artistic advisor: Ebba Petren
Producers: Terry Johnson and Sara Bergsmark
Technician: Angela X
VR-development: Dyno Robotics
Origin Photos: Lars Nissen, geralt (pixabay)
Photo montage: Dancenet Sweden
Co-produced by: Dancenet Sweden and Norrlandsoperan
With support by: The City of Stockholm and The Swedish Arts Council