Concept, choreography: Francesco Scavetta
In collaboration with dancers: Carl Aquilizan, Anika Edström Kawaji, Robin Haghi , Gry Kipperberg, Thomas Vantuycom
Music: Kim Myhr
Costumes: Maren Saedi
Scene: Francesco Scavetta, Maren Saedi
Co-poduction: Dansens Hus, Vitlycke-Centre for Performing Arts
“Home is where one start from”. T.S. Eliot
“Home Movie” (working title) deals with our emotional responses to the connotation of “home” as a place of warmth, comfort and affection. Home as a metaphor for identity, of domestic bliss, conflicts and routines. The place where to welcome and where to be by ourselves. Where we feel safe and where dishes can pile up. The utopian emotional location we recollect with nostalgia.
The five dancers on stage rediscover daily rituals and private fictional memories, embodying a physical cartography that keeps transforming in front of our eyes: the sense of ‘everyday’ experienced during a lifetime. The audience is invited to explore the performing space made of rooms within the room, locating and relocating themselves through proximity and shifting view point.