Studies in Skjonghelleren: At night we may understand writings made by rocks
Skjonghelleren was the site for presentations, artistic practice, practice oriented research, conversations and reflections during the scenic arts festival Høstscena from 23- 27 September 2020.
The cave represents amongst others a repositioning, or perhaps a more adequate leveling, in the human-mountain relationships, where the mountain surrounds the human. The cave is a site where we can witness time, movement, life and non-life embedded in the layers of the stone structure.
Audiences were invited for a sharing of the ongoing research process during the night of 25 September 2020.
More info: https://hostscena.no/the-mountain-body/
Participants: Annette Wolfsberger, Hilde Methi, Guro Vrålstad, Kai Johnsen, Pernille Holden, Istvan Virag, Marianne Kjærsund, Mads Gausdal, Henrik Burvang, Benedikte Holen, Siri Forberg, Helle Siljeholm, Silje Opdahl Mathisen and Ørnulf Opdahl