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About humanity’s irreversible impact on the biosphere.
Kekäläinen & Company’s If I Would Lose My Voice is an unforgettable stage work that reflects on the impact of human beings on the changes in our planet. It provides a provoking vision of our world, and how the actions of humans is changing nature more than ever before. The live stream is directed and realized by Thomas Freundlich (Lumikinos Production), Finnish pioneer of dance videos. The work gets close to the home viewer in a touching way.
In the recent years, we have come to understood that the earth has shifted into a new geological era, the era of the Anthropocene, where the actions of humans have affected the geology, ecosystems, and atmosphere in an unprecedented way. In her most recent work, Sanna Kekäläinen creates an fictive constellation in which this new era can be envisioned and imagined through artistic work..
The stage is where things begin to unfold. The situation is threatening, there is something unsettling and irrevocable about the event. We have exploited the world and slowly, because of this, a new Earth has come alive under us, with new soil, new waters, new rivers and zones. This new Earth has begun to move, to tremble, react and froth: the Earth is revolting.
Age limit: 7 +
Duration: about 90 minutes
The performance contains spoken English.
You can access the performance with the 13-digit code in your ticket at https://tiketti.stream. Live stream code functions on one device at a time.
Stream on Wednesday 5.5. at 19:00 and recording is available for three weeks until 26.5.2021 at 23:59.