THE FIRE OF LIFE BURNS EVEN IN HARD STONE

Munchmuseet, 2003

The performance is inspired by Edvard Munch's art and writing (notes) linked to his creative process and understanding of reality, where life and art are joined as one. The chosen paintings and texts concern the perception of the moment that challenges our terms for reality and truth. Interpretations and associations are created through music, dance and theatre in a juxtaposed dramaturgy.

 

Contributors:

 

Idea, concept and production:

Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis and Karoline Riising Næss

Dance/choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

Composer and musician (cello): Karoline Riising Næss

Percussion: Andreas Bratlie

Actor: Kyrre Hellum

Direction: Morten Krog

Direction assistant: Martin Lotherington

 

Supported by the Audio and Visual Fund and the Performing Artists Fund,

Co-production with the Munch Museum.