You are here

A theatre space contains all imaginable possibilities. Some have been executed in the past, some will happen in the future and some will only exist as an idea or concept, never to come to life. How can we store all of these possibilities? deepblue gives it a try by comparing the theatre space to an archive. An archive functions as a place where concepts, knowledge and remains of other worlds and times are being safeguarded. It is our memory in a nutshell. You are Here refers to your actual physical location in the theatre... and it will place you in possible worlds ready to unfold before your eyes. You are invited to consult this archive.

A joint creation by the collective deepblue, exploring the relationship between performers, audiences and event. After all, the theatre itself is an empty space that gets filled with the memories and traces of parallel realities that no longer exist there.

deepblue also presents in the frame of LP'09 the performance/individual installation Box with Holes.

19th and 20th of March, 22.30h
MERCAT DE LES FLORS

75 minutes

Concept and direction: Heine Røsdal Avdal, Christoph De Boeck, Yukiko Shinozaki
Performed and created by Heine Røsdal Avdal and Brynjar Bandlien
Sound: Christoph De Boeck
Light design and technical direction: Hans Meijer
Sound engineer & electronics: Fabrice Moinet
Photo and Video: Heine Røsdal Avdal
Scenography and design of archive boxes: Heine Røsdal Avdal, Christoph De Boeck, Yukiko Shinozaki
Producer: Heine Røsdal Avdal, deepblue
Production manager: Luea Ritter
Production assistant: Tomoko Tsuchihashi
Coproduction: Vooruit, Gent; STUK, Leuven; Netwerk, Aalst; Buda, Kortrijk
In collaboration with: Nettverk for scenekunst (Black Box, Oslo; BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen; Teaterhuset Avant Garden, Trondheim)
Special thanks to: Marijn Van Gils, Patricia Portela, Tom Bonte, Mioko Yoshiwara, Stef Franck, Els van Riel, Leo
with the support of: Norsk Kulturråd, Fond For Lyd og Bilde, Fond for Utøvende Kunstnere, Flemish Community

* this performance of deepblue was made possible thanks to the support of the Flemish Minister of Culture