Sølvi Edvardsen Productions
Thursday 9 nov. 7 p.m, Ole Olsen
MAN - man and human. Through seriousness and absurd humor, MAN looks for an inner balance. How much does the individual mean? Today you have the opportunity to meet one of Norway's best dancers and one of Norway's most renowned choreographers.
Both Sølvi Edvardsen and Sudesh Adhana work with a wide range of movements, from a fine-tuned inner language to great physical expression. After 35 years as a choreographer, Sølvi Edvardsen wants to enhance her interest in the individual by making a deep dive into a dance artist.
By challenging each other, Sølvi and Sudesh explore the complexity and diversity of life, and mirror being multi-cultural. Sudesh is Indian and in addition to his expertise in Indian dance forms, he studied contemporary dance at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Sølvi Edvardsen has since she started studying had a special interest in classical Indian dance, which resulted in a mission for the UD in India where Sølvi and Sudesh met.
In close collaboration with the composer Kim Sølve and the group Swarms, alongside light designer Paul Vidar Ramon Sævarang, a process that illustrates working constructively to find inner balance is embraced.
Photo: Trine og Kim Designstudio