Nesa i jorda – Nose in the soil – is a puzzling circus performance about the secrets of the forest.
Did you know that the fungus helps the trees talk to each other? They connect the whole underground of the forest, like a telephone line!
Pondering, we explore the fairy-tales from our reality. Two aerial acrobats and a musician climb, dig, balance and plant. Could we possibly be as strong as the ants?
To the violin’s dreamy and playful tones, the acrobats explore the height, the earth and what is underground. What if they could find the beginning of a tree?
Contact: Mari Stoknes, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By and with: Mari Stoknes, Karoline Aamås, Love Kjellsson
Colleagues/Collaborators: Teater Sláva, Subtopia, RED Eina, Cirkus Xanti, Hamadi Khemiri, Anna Svensson Kundromichalis, Simon Wiborn, Sverre Waage, Anna Karlsson, Troels Rosenkrantz Fuglsang, Einar Kling Odencrants.
Supported by: The Swedish Arts Council and Arts Council Norway.
Duration: 30 mins
Audience: Schools (5-13 years), families.
Space: Any room. Stage: 6x6x6 meters. We need a rigging point for aerial acrobatics, but can bring our own rig if needed. Contact us for details.
Nesa i Jorda is a collaboration between ENT and KompaniTO