- 03.05 > 16.05.2021
It was an ordinary grey afternoon, the fog appeared to clear in the park, when the street foxes came out in numbers, “it’s so romantic, I’m gonna come” they howled. The magic hour approached with its bait. Something behind their backs gave it away. There was no way but forward. Their backs hollowing, hidden in plain sight, pleasantly leaking souls mixing up. They steadied their pace straight ahead. Now running. The deeper the leak, the faster the pace. Settling in a calm flux, inside out and so on.
mixed feelings is a dance performance by Adriano Wilfert Jensen, developed with and danced by Chloe Chignell, Bryana Fritz, Paolo Gile, Simon Asencio, Amanda Barrio Charmelo, Alexandra Tveit and Stefan Govaart, in a setting developed with Andrea Zavala Folache, to original music by Dean Blunt. It is part of a long term research project into the politics of feeling(s), analysis. As a dance that unfolds in various formats and collaborations, analysis investigates relations between subjects and feelings. It starts from the supposition that feelings are opaque, mediated and that they are something you do (consciously or not) rather than have. In this performance, Adriano Wilfert Jensen focuses on dismantling the individualistic frame of desire in dancing and watching. mixed feelings explores the mess and ambivalence of whatever stands under, through and above ‘us’ individuals.
Dance development : Amanda Barrio Charmelo, Alexanda Tveit, Stefan Govaart, Simon Asencio, Chloe Chignell, Paolo Gile, Bryana Fritz, Adriano Wilfert Jensen, Sandra Lolax | Setting : Andrea Zavala Folache, Adriano Wilfert Jensen | Music Composition : Dean Blunt | Reading : Andrea Rodrigo | Production : Københavnsk Danse og Kunst Bevægelse | Co-production : Kanuti Gildi Saal, MDT, The Mill, Kunstenwerkplaats, BUDA, Dansehallerne | With support from : The Danish Arts Council, Bikubenfonden, Knud Højgaards Fond, William Demant Fonden,
Nordic-Baltic Mobility Program.
Thanks to : Sandra Lolax, Performing Arts Forum, Bora Bora, Anne Juren, Jan Ritsema, Ida-Elizabeth Larsen.