Stedelijk Museum – Teijin Auditorium
24 Feb 14:00 — 15:00
24 Feb 16:30 — 17:30

HANNAH (50 min, 2017) is a hybrid between concert, performance and installation in which the whole space is played as one polyphonic audiovisual instrument. It is an elaborate spatial composition by the world-renowned Norwegian artist group, Verdensteatret, that provokes a state of absorption in an immersive audiovisual space. Inspired by the immense span and gradual unfolding of geological time, the material acts as a kind of sedimentation process, drawing attention to gentle transformations and the way physical objects can affect their surroundings over extremely long time spans. From a human perspective, the material unfolds from fixed attention towards exhaustion – in the act of observing slow changes. HANNAH will be performed multiple times throughout Sonic Acts in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

By and with: Asle Nilsen, Piotr Pajchel, Eirik Arthur Blekesaune, Torgrim Torve, Niklas Adam, Janne Kruse, Ali Djabbary, Martin Taxt,Elisabeth Carmen Gmeiner, HC Gilje, Magnus Bugge and Laurent Ravot.
Thanks to: Espen Sommer Eide, Sofia Jernberg, Magnie Finnsdatter Nilsen.
In co-production with Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Black Box Teater.
Verdensteatret is supported by Arts Council Norway. With support from PAHN (Performing Arts Hub Norway), the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and OCA (Office for Contemporary Art Norway).

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HANNAH, Verdensteatret. Photo by Jenny Berger Myhre. Courtesy of the artists.