Ai! Ai! Ai! - resumé 5:100:00 / 5:10
- Dance performances
Ai-Ai-Ai ! - 2018
A humorous performance about body and technology, Ages 6 years +
Technology is all around us, within us and between us. We love to play computer games, send snapchats and text messages, watch Youtube and to be on the internet – each on our individual screens. We are in contact with all of the world like this – but maybe we are not in contact with the persons who are right next to us – nor in contact with ourselves.
So, what do you do, when you would like to play with somebody, who prefers to play games on a screen instead of playing with you? When are you really together with somebody? And what if the person you spend time with is actually a machine?
In a physical and humorous way, Folmer, Ole and Antoinette investigate our world filled with screens, artificial intelligence and human presence.
Idea + concept + choreography + direction: Thomas Eisenhardt and Catherine Poher
Dancers + choreography: Antoinette Helbing and Ole Birger Hansen,
Performer: Folmer Kristensen,
Music: Fredrik Lundin
Costumes: Charlotte Østergaard
Production manager: Madeleine Lind Hoppe
Light + video + technique: Elke Laleman
Technical student: Joakim Bruhn Krogh Rødgaard
Photo: Ditte Valente
Graphics: Line Thornberg
Produced by Aaben Dans
Igen ! (Again !) - 2011 - now
A dance performance for the smallest children and their adults about the joy of life.
Idea: Catherine Poher and Thomas Eisenhardt
Choreography: Thomas Eisenhardt
Direction: Catherine Poher
Dance and choreography: Antoinette Helbing/Jenny Ecke or Georgia Kapodistria and Ole Birger Hansen
Set and light design: Carina Persson
Set design and costumes: Ulrika van Gelder
Music: Fredrik Lundin
Textile sculptures: Catherine Poher and Valentine Fell
Production: Madeleine Lind Hoppe
Graphic design: Line Thornberg
Pruced by Aaben Dans
Childrens theater puppet version of Shakespeare's King Lear by Jacques Matthiessen.
The Puppets are made out of tin cans, so I chose to use tin cans in different sizes to generate the percussions sounds you hear.
For more information go to Passepartout Theater's homepage: https://www.passepartout-theatre.com/copy-of-performances-projects