- This show is part of Stockholm Fringe Festival 2020 -
With Hanna Nygren and Johan Paus.
We are taught to view ourselves as objects rather then subjects in relation to our own desires. Though this interactive performance piece we invite you to explore the pleasures of this world as a TRUE SUBJECT. We believe that sex is the physical manifestation of life’s energy. Sex is creation. Sex is life. Thus there is potential for pleasure in everything. We believe that learning to notice and use this potential will make us more connected to our own subjectivity.
During this piece you will chose how to participate, as this experience is for you to explore your own subjectivity. Through group work, movement and exercises you will create your own unique experience. We invite you to be both brave and conscious of your boundaries as we strive to ground ourselves as curious subjects of life.
From Sweden, in English
The 11th edition of STOFF (Stockholm Fringe Festival) returns this fall, 15-19 September, in the shape of a HYBRID festival, that will feature old and new festival modules: both IRL fringe art, and online showcases!
We hope that you, our audience, will embrace our local and global talent, as they manoeuvre their way through the new #COVID19 reality.
STOFF 2020 will feature some of our favourite creatives on venues like Danscentrum, Teater Tre, Orionteatern, Abundo’s new streaming platform, Facebook, Instagram, and other digital platforms.
Sydney Fringe will also be involved, sharing the best of the Aussie fringe scene!
More info + full 2020 programme via: www.stockholmfringe.com
Stay connected and tuned into our social media, follow @STOFFHOLM across all platforms, to get the latest artist updates, as they come!
Stoff is part of Nordic Fringe Network – NFN & World Fringe + IETM international network for contemporary performing arts, Scensverige & Transit Kulturinkubator – tid, råd och rum för konstnärliga verksamheter
With support from Kulturförvaltningen Region Stockholm, Kulturrådet, Kulturstöd för unga Stockholms stad