Invisible lands, LUTKE 2018

Invisible lands
Invisible Lands is a story about people who are forced to leave their homes to save their own skins. The main characters are slowly putting off their clothes, thus gradually unveiling and transforming their bodies by this peculiar geographical striptease into unknown landscapes. Their backs, knees and hands are transfigured into the seas, hilly lands and deserted deserts, through which the miniature personified figures - the victims of unconscious human behaviour - are stepping into their new lives.
Livsmedlet is a result of the theatrical collaboration between a puppeteer Ishmael Falk and a dancer Sandrina Lindgren. They aim to create relevant and visual theatre performances, challenging the viewers' perspectives within their everyday lives. The two artists are combining their occasionally unconventional choices of storytelling, materials and working methods with dance, physical theatre and contemporary puppetry.
Livsmedlet theatre, Finland
Directors: Ishmael Falke, Sandrina Lindgren
Performed by: Ishmael Falke, Sandrina Lindgren
Music and Sound Effects: Niklas Nybom
Lighting Designer: Jarkko Forsman
13.09.2018 at 18:00
Stage: Šentjakobski oder LGL
13.09.2018 at 22:00
Stage: Šentjakobski oder LGL
14.09.2018 at 09:30
Stage: Šentjakobski oder LGL