(many things are cancelled due to the collective score on the entanglement of the virus, i hope you all are safe.
I am in a cabin in the deep forests of sweden, building things, writing things and taking walks, taking it slow, considering these big shifts.)
UPCOMING AND NEWS::::::
Residency at Konstnärsnämnden
with Ahmed El Gendy and Amber Smits
4-14 November 2020
Premiere of new dancework together with Charlie Laban Trier
At SKOGEN,Masthuggsterassen, Gothenburg
March, exact date T.B.A
Forever flow of wet long fingers at least some millions touching the lights of one another (love u like e.t)
At festival Intonal, Inkonst, Malmö
April, exact date T.BA
At Fylkingen, 28&29.10.2020- MOVED TO SPRING
Buy tickets here:
(Solo)Exhibition at Konstepidemin, Pannrummet
A! Performance festival, 4-7.10.2020
REYKAVIJK, ICELAND. -postponed to 2021
Danscentrum Väst, 13-16.10.2020
for times of isolation we are whispering collectivly
Location : EVERYWHERE!
(headbang) work in progress showing at together with Charlie Laban Trier
SKOGEN Masthuggsterassen, 8.03.2020
VJing at UNDER BRON for NIKKITOPIA
performance at NCCA GLINKA,
ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
MAPPING / LISTENING PRACTICUM TOGETHER WITH ELINA BIRKEHAG AT SDVIG PERFORMANCE CENTER 15.12.2019 ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
winning bachelor project!!!!
At SKOGEN, Masthuggsterassen
at Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) 27.11.2019
BREATHING AN OCEAN, BREATHING A SEA (still love u like e.t) at Uferstudios 06.07.2019
BREATHING AN OCEAN, BREATHING A SEA (still love u like e.t) at Frascati Theater 13/14.06.2019
MUSEUM TAKE OVER, BODIES OF KNOWLEDGE
Van Abbe Museum, 04.05.2019
at Bradwollf Projects, 12/13.04.2019
at VEEM HOUSE FOR PERFORMANCE
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Eli Eli, is a choreographer and multidisciplinary artist navigating through a field of entanglement, connection and un-rootedness. They are working with scores of mapping and listening to the gentle pushes of bodies; bodies as in landscapes, bodies as in matter, bodies as in beings- how one thing is never separate from another.
How we touch, through reading this, how we touch.
Their main focus lies in sharing a practice of listening to the world, of collecting collective knowledge and expanding the art-field beyond the capitalist desires of production.
Their work can be experienced through performances, workshops, writings, films and installations, and they often communicate a sense of tactility, of radical softness and care, of attentiveness- as generosity.