Vieras – Främling – Stranger

Vieras | photo: Uupi Tirronen | in the photo: Sanna Kekäläinen

 

Vieras – Främling – Stranger is a polyphonic work which envisages the meaning of strange and uncanny in our time.

The work – an event – is a manifesto of uncertainty, fragility, queerness, drifting, uncanny and love.

Strangeness and alterity resist the contemporary self-oriented form of life. They conceive differences, fractures and diversity that are substrating life itself.

Stuttering as a metaphor permeates and intertwines the work and traverses all its structures. Stuttering molds strange configurations and a philosophical framework on which the works grounds.

Recognition and sharing of the Private are significating components of the structure and meaning of the work. The Private is a locus in which the encounter with the Other is possible. It is a locus of sharing. The Private is vulnerable and contingent.

The work, the event, grows within the mode of the Private in which sound, light, sculpture and writing intertwines with a human being who moves, contemplates, senses, speaks and stutters to encounter with the Other, to share the sensation of being.

Sanna Kekäläinen

Script, concept, choreography, text, space: Sanna Kekäläinen
Performers: Jonna Eiskonen, Sanna Kekäläinen and Janne Marja-Aho
Prologue: Jamie MacDonald
Part 1. Stranger: Sanna Kekäläinen
Part 2. Witness Version 24.2., 28.2., 5.3. ja 9.3.: Jonna Eiskonen, Sanna Kekäläinen and Janne Marja-Aho
Part 2. Feminist Version 26.2., 2.3. ja 7.3.: Jonna Eiskonen and Sanna Kekäläinen
Sound design: Jussi Matikainen
Light design: Jukka Huitila
Sculptures and graphic design: Aku Korhonen
Photos: Uupi Tirronen
Essay: Riikka Laakso

Premiere: 24th Feb 2019 at 3pm
Other performances: 26th | 28th Feb | 2nd | 5th | 7th | 9th Mar at 7pm

Cirko  Center for New Circus, Kaasutehtaankatu 1 (building 8)

TICKETS: 27 / 17 EUR
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Vieras | photo: Uupi Tirronen | in the photo: Sanna Kekäläinen, Jonna Eiskonen