The Visible Effects of Force

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Marie Topp: The Visible Effects of Force

The impacts of forces are inevitable and constant. Everybody is set in motion, everything is affected. At the same time, the force itself is never visible. It is the signs, traces and remains of it, that produce visible marks, from which we draw conclusions and imagine the force behind it.

The Visible Effects of Force is a charged solo about force that explores what remains in the body after the impact -the traces, the effects.

“The Visible Effects of Force” is a choreographic project initiated by Danish choreographer Marie Topp in a collaboration with sound artist Julia Giertz and light designer Mårten K Axelsson. It is the conclusion and third part of an artistic exploration of the body exposed to different forces. The trilogy of solos include the pieces “The Everyday Practice of Resistance” (2012) and “Forerunning” (2014). ¨

Credits:
Concept, Choreographer, Dance: Marie Topp
Sound: Julia Giertz
Light: Mårten K Axelsson
Mentor: Igor Dobričić
Produced by: K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg
Co-produced by: BORA BORA -Dans & Visuelt Teater Aarhus
Supported by : The Danish Arts Foundation,  Hamburgische Kulturstiftung, Augustinus Fonden, Københavns Kommunes Scenekunst udvalg
Adminstration Denmark: Projektcenteret Dansehallerne

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The Visible Effects of Force from Marie Topp on Vimeo.

CPH Culture( Danish): http://www.cphculture.dk/p707thevivibleeffectsofforce.html

Hamburger Abendblatt: (German): http://www.abendblatt.de/kultur-live/article205196143/Meditationen-fuer-einen-Menschen-der-am-Boden-ist.html

Tanznetz.de (German): http://www.tanznetz.de/blog/26897/wellenhafte-resonanz

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