- September 23. - 27. 2020
Studies in Skjonghelleren: At night we may understand writings made by rocks, Ålesund
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