Fånglägret is a site specific, thematic and partly documentary dance performance which emanates from happenings and situations at the German Warehouse (Tyskmagasinen) post WW2. Who were the prisoners of war that passed the warehouses? What had happened to them and where were they going?
By a military tent, that used to serve as a transshipment centre, the audience is invited to experience episodes, movements and destinies from the prison-camps i Northern Norway, the transship-centre in Karlsvik and the reception of formerly Soviet Union.
Idea, initiative & production Per Sundberg.
Created by Moa Autio, Eliisa Erävalo, David Björkén, Oskar Dahlberg & Per Sundberg.
Dancers Moa Autio & Eliisa Erävalo.
Music Immunförsvaret a.k.a David Björkén & Oskar Dahlberg.
AD Timo Rinnevuo
Artistic support Stephen Rappaport & Marie Wårell.
Based on stories/material by/from Margareta Oja, Tamara Souchko, Liv Mjelde, Lars Gyllenhaal & Gunilla Bresky
Thank you Lars Gyllenhaal, David Renström, Fredrik Kenttä and everyone in the reference group.
Length of performance Apprx 40 minutes.
We recommend the performance for an audience from 13 years old. We will let everyone in - we encourage conversation with children after the performance.