In Between Concrete by RISK



In Between Concrete is a choreographic work that examines the materiality of absence.

Four bodies wrapped in fabric begin their restricted movement through space. The constant alternation between form and dissolution creates a sculptural abstraction, replacing the recognisable with the intangible.

”You cannot craft the in between, but you can craft the concrete out of which the in between will appear. With the work we want to challenge expectations of explicit presence by examining the potential of absence.” – RISK, in reference to the title of the piece.

Performances coming up:
23rd-24th of may, BORA BORA, Aarhus DK.
27th-29th of may, Dansehallerne, Cph. DK.
3rd-4th of june, Det Frie Felts Festival, Cph. DK
31st of august -2nd of september, Momentum, Odense DK


Concept, Choreography and Performance: RISK (Ida-Elisabeth Larsen, Marie-Louise Stentebjerg, Marie Topp, Gry Raaby)
Choreographer assistant & Performer: Olivia Riviere
Dramaturgical consultant: Igor Dobričić
Space and Light: Hanna Reidmar
Sound Composition: Kyan Bayani
Costume Assistants:  Matilde Mørk, Sandra Liaklev, Karis Zidore Christensen
PR and Production: Kir Qvortrup
International Coordinator: Kamma Siegumfeldt
Co-production: BORA BORA-Dans og Visuelt Teater, Teater Momentum
Administration: Lone Vibe Pedersen / Projektcentret Dansehallerne
Residency: WELD, Reaktor – Republique.
Supported by: The Danish Arts Foundation, Augustinus Fonden, Spot-on/Dansehallerne, Knud Højgaards Fond, Odense Kommune By- og Kulturforvaltningen, Aarhus Kommune – Kulturforvaltningen, Københavns Kommunes Scenekunstudvalg

Thank you: Steve Purcell, Rosemary Butcher, Luis Lara Malvacias, Movement Research at Judson Church, Anna Koch, Susan Evans, Laura Laukkanen, Marie Moberg.


<p><a href=”″>In Between Concrete by RISK</a> from <a href=”″>Marie Topp</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>



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