I want to be traditional / Quiero ser tradicional

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Video/photo performance by Maritea Daehlin. Camera and light: Isaac Díaz Valderrama. Assistance: Ursula Lascurain.

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Video/photo performance by Maritea Dæhlin. Camera and light: Isaac Díaz Valderrama. Assistance: Ursula Lascurain

(Pronto texto en español)

I WANT TO BE TRADITIONAL – a solo performance with unlinear narrative, that explores subjects as belonging and identity, as well as our need to define others and ourselves. The piece will have its premier February 2020 at Vinterscenen in Porsgrunn, Norway. With following performances at Black Box teater in Oslo, Blå Grotte in Fredrikstad and more.

Collaborators:

Director and performer: Maritea Dæhlin. Dramaturge and advisor: Pia Maria Roll. Costumes, props, visual consultant: Ursula Lascurain. Video: Isaac Diaz Valderrama. Project development and visual advisor: Hanne Grieg HermansenProject development: Deise Nunes

Co-produces by Black Box teater and Grenland Friteater

Supported by:

I WANT TO BE TRADITIONAL (PILOT) has, since 2017, been presented as different versions as performance, poetry reading, video performance and more, at the experimental poetry festival ENCLAVE in Mexico City; at Center for Performance Studies i New York; Radical Hospitality at Pluss Pluss, Black Box teater Oslo, Norway; Brooklyn Studios for Dance in New York; ITINERANT international performance Art Festival NYC; at Nolitch X in Copenhagen, Denmark; at No Nation Galleryin Chicago, USA; Ellas – Encuentro de artistas Latino Americanas, Campinas, Brasil; Prøverommet at BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen, Norway.

 

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I WANT TO BE TRADITIONAL (PILOT) was been supported by:

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