Saturday 14 March (POSTPONED to 12 December 2020)
Due to concerns about the spread of infection right now, we have chosen to postpone Saturday’s performance.
New date: 12 December 2020!
2:30 pm drop-in (come on time – doors close at 3pm)
15-15.30 The performance
15.45-16.30 Conversation between the artists and Caroline Malmström, Art Lab Gnesta
NOTE! Free entrance but limited number of seats. Pre-register to firstname.lastname@example.org
From the neck of the flesh by Moa Franzén, Kajsa Wadhia and Tove Salmgren is a polyphony of voices exploring the voice beyond the speech. The work is based on expressions that have been socially and historically subject to disciplinary handling and “civilization”, which suits to categorize people as barbaric, brutal and hysterical. We will rattle, hum, bark and hum through the ideological landscape to which speech and language have tied our voice.
After concluding the show, we offer coffee and subsequent conversations.
Idea and initiative: Moa Franzén
Performed and created together with: Kajsa Wadhia and Tove Salmgren
Woodcut: Magnus Dahl
With support from the Artists’ Committee and the City of Stockholm
Co-production: Meat Inspection Dance