Drumliner

 
a performance by Mats Flink, about man's constant quest for development
 
    Analog Hacking

    Analog Hacking

    CUP IRAN ANALOG HACKING BY SWEDISH HEARTISTS
    Projekt: Farvash Razavi
    Photo: Patrik Engström
    Bio Jewelry

    Bio Jewelry

    SCALE OF EXISTANCE - ARE YOU NOURISHING YOUR ENDORSMENT OR ENDORSE YOUR NOURISHMENT?
    Projekt: Farvash Razavi
    Photo: Andreas Larsson
    Human Nature

    Human Nature

    STOMACH LAMPS
    Projekt: Michel Bussien
    Photo: Åsa Liffner
    Micro Optics

    Micro Optics

    MICRO OPTICAL EXPERIENCE
    Projekt: Farvash Razavi
    Photo: Patrik Engström
    Mind As Material

    Mind As Material

    THE SUBJECTIVES SUITES AND MEMORIES OF AIR
    Project: Nandi Nobell
    Photo: Patrik Engström
    The Future In This Present

    The Future In This Present

    THE SUPERHERO AND THE DJ
    PROJEKT: Nandi Nobell & Farvash Razavi
    Illustration: Farvash Razavi
     
     

    In collaboration with

    Skeppsholmsstudion

    Sponsor

    mark

    Drumliner is inspired by Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad) about man’s constant endeavor for development and attempt to understand oneself. It’s a performance where dance, theatre, music and film come together in order to highlight the contradictions between captivity and freedom, openness and isolation. In the perfomance, a percussionist takes over the rhythm of a piling machine and makes it his own. The installation creates a space where dancers and percussionist challenge each other and our view of construction and civilization. The word Drumlin is of Celtic origin and it could be loosely translated as "little ridge". The word is used as a scientific term regarding the structure of the ground describing a flat, arched hill stretched and created by the massive movement of ice. The area surrounding Hackvad in Närke is known to be one of the finest examples of a Drumlinelandscape in Sweden.

    Färgfabriken, the main hall
    Schedule for the performance:
    August 18th 3 pm
    August 19th  3 pm
    August 22–24th 7 pm
    August 25th 3 pm
    August 26th 3 pm

    Duration: about 40 minutes

    Entrance fee:
    Adults 12 SEK
    Students & Seniors 60 SEK