Activities

recoil performance group

Extended Falls to Humanity

An installation for and with the participation of citizens

Extended Falls to Humanity is a choreographed installation that engages the citizens and takes place at several of the country’s local town halls. The performance deals with the things, we dream about and fear for the future.

recoil performance group will, in advance of the performance, visit the town hall and the citizens of the town. Based on the citizen’s own stories and speculations about the future, recoil will create a choreographic visual and musical experience of the individuals and the presence of the collective in the political space.

Extended Falls to Humanity is about people – and about being human in the community where the performance takes place. Four performers will, and collaboration with 3D sounds and scenography, give you a new experience of the local community and the local town hall. A performance, where the citizens are not merely spectators, but also contributors to it.

Extended Falls to Humanity is the third and final part of The Membrane Project

Tickets are free but should be booked at Teaterbilletter.dk. We’ll open the doors every half hour, from 18.00-20.30 and We’ll end the night with a silent disco.

Danish version May 28th and English version May 29th.

Choreographer: Tina Tarpgaard
Collaborative artists: Emilie Gregersen, Marlene Bonnesen, Hilde I Sandvold, Karin Bergman
Light designer: Andreas Buhl
Installation design: Andreas Buhl and Tina Tarpgaard
Composition and sound design: Lars Greve and Mads Forsby
Sound technician: Mikkel Larsen
Producer: Carlos Calvo
Production Manager: Dorte Wium
Communication and PR: Ida Fredericia
Co-writer: Ida Marie Heide
Graphics, film, photos: Søren Meisner
Statistics: Janne Tarpgaard

Co-producer: Dansehallerne
The performance is supported by: Statens Kunstfond, Wilhelm Hansen Fonden, Oticon Fonden, Dansk Komponist Forening/KODA, Augustinus Fonden, Bikubenfonden, and SNYK.

Thank you to every group, union, and individual, who have contributed to our research. We would also like to thank: Jørn Burmester, Marlene Ickert, Udviklingsplatformens Udlånsbank (USU), Husets Teater, Omnivox, Silent Event, MS Mobildiskotek, Ringkøbing-Skjern Kommune, Per Høgh Sørensen, Københavns Rådhus, Dansebryggeriet, Efva Lilja, Dansehallerne, CPH stage, Mikael Fock, CLICK festival, Østerbro Teater, AFUK, Gerlev Idrætshøjskole and Lilly & Folmer Tarpgaard.

Venue: Copenhagen City Hall, Bag Rådhuset, 1599 Copenhagen V

Where / Copenhagen City Hall, Bag Rådhuset, 1599 Copenhagen V