audiovisual, performance, music
An audiovisual performance and a sensorial experience where rendering is happening between the actual space and memory.
Trust me tomorrow enters experiences of blindness from both lack of light and too much light. It is evoking the possibility of entering darkness as a space for projection, imitation and desire. The interior darkness of a camera and the bright crystalline interior of the eye are both sites of a learning process – guided by the basic attraction to bring movements into light.
A floating composition ranging from the quiet, elegant and introspective to a disturbed and fuzzy mindscape. An occurrence sequence staged in a calm room. Seeking to reveal an alternative time.
Trust me tomorrow is a censorial and diffracted experience where rendering is happening between the actual space and memory. It speaks to the ability or failure to get into each other’s heads. So it speaks to self-consciousness, subconsciousness and other consciousnesses. Trying to find the railing, a guide, something to orientate by in the groping darkness. In a world that is folding back into itself.
Ali Djabbary, Asle Nilsen, Espen Sommer Eide, Janne Kruse, Laurent Ravot, Magnus Bugge, Martin Taxt, Niklas Adam and Torgrim Torve.
Andrea Bakketun, Bálint Laczkó, Icaro Zorbar, Piotr Pajchel and BEK – Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst.
Elisabeth Carmen Gmeiner.
Verdensteatret in collaboration with Black Box teater Oslo, Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival and Rosendal Teater Trondheim.