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RE(W)RITE!

RE(W)RITE!
Celebrating Human Connection
– a participatory performance installation presented by Cantabile 2 in a collaboration with Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen.
Premiere Wednesday, May 19, 2021.
See dates and hours at the calendar

RE(W)RITE! invites the audience on a personal journey of discovery in an immersive ritual universe, an interactive meeting space, where small groups of participants are initiated into existential experiences through real, sensual, and intimate encounters between people – an aspect that has been sorely missed due to the pandemic.

RE(W)RITE! is a transformative performance installation, a Temple for our Time, that has been developed specifically for the exhibition spaces at Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen. A predetermined schedule comprising rituals of varied length welcomes audiences at different times of the day; for each time, at a higher level of intimacy and participation. Guests will be attending both as observers and participants at various levels of ritual acts and innovations. The interaction design is structured in such a way that it enables the audience to advance to new levels and reach deeper layers within the performance. Each participation is a personal journey, even though most rituals are collective. You can gain access to increasingly advanced ritual ceremonies, and at the highest level it is possible to be admitted into the work and thus reside in RE(W)RITE!

Access will be granted daily at different times, and each day will have a new structure as the rituals develop through the interaction between audience and performers during the period of the performance.

Each performance is a unique composition of contemporary rituals, created by 23 international performers directed by Nullo Facchini.

RE(W)RITE! presents 35 different rituals in total. Each visit will last around 2 hours, during which you will experience 2-4 rituals.

Some of the rituals are produced in an artistic collaboration with Effetto Larsen, Italy, and Elephants Laugh, South Korea.

Ticket sales: teaterbilletter.dk. You can also make a friend happy with a giftcard for the performance. It can be purchased here here gift card

MORNING RITUAL
In connection to RE(W)RITE! a series of morning rituals is offered at Den Frie at selected dates from May 21 to June 10 from 9.00-10.15 am. Performance artists from RE(W)RITE! will be guiding each their morning ritual based on their own practice.
See the programme here
Ticket sales for Morning ritual on Teaterbilletter.dk

CPH STAGE
The performance is also part of the program for CPH Stage 27th of May to 5th of June 2021. It has been selected as a showcase during the International Days from 2nd to 4th of June.

Language
English
Age
+16
Expected duration
2 hours per visit. Please come back again for a new experience.
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  • Credits
    Performers
    Delphine Supanya Berger, Nullo Facchini, Siri Facchini Haff, billedkunstner Helle Hove, Matteo Lanfranchi, Jinyeob Lee, Ilon Lodewijks, Elisa Menon, Marta Pawlikowska, Miglé Remeikaité, Anna Thunström, Sara Vilardo, Angela Østergaard
    Idea, concept, director
    Nullo Facchini
    Scenographer
    Catia Hauberg Engel
    Producer
    Kim Wrang Henriksen
    Set construction
    Nyby Sceneteknik, ved John Nyby Larsen
    Costumier and head of wardrobe
    Hanne Mørup
    Assistant scenographer
    Camilla Calundann
    Performance texts
    Ensemblet
    Production
    Cantabile 2 og Den Frie Udstillingsbygning
    International producer, assistant director
    Franziska Bork Petersen
    PA for Nullo Facchini
    Emilie Storm Petersen
    PR & marketing
    Helle Bøgelund
    Administration & tickets
    Helle Iuel
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