VARIOUS AUDIENCE FEEDBACK
"Physical textures and transients, impressions in dialogue. A beautiful emergence of mother/daughter conversation, meeting through their/each others art forms and histories. Touching."
"It's like art in the future!"
"All the variety of elements together made for very deep watching; there were so many things to observe and spend time looking at. Seeing your mother and yourself doing too very skillfull things together (seeing you smile at one another) was warming!"
SOLO VERSION 1:
"The tension, i.e. the physical borderlands of the body's reach and hold, enacts itself as a string of minor moments; the subtle shake of the extended arm defying its bodies imbalances, the deformation of the skin on the toes - whitening under the weight transferred upon them. These and many more similar moments shift the balance from performance to negotiation. No longer a series of motives or aestetic moments, it becomes a negotiation between the body as a limited vessel, the forces that effect it and the will (intention) that would seek to join and ignore them..."
"Aestetically your body acting against the air, gave me a deep sense of consentration and controlled tension. The performance itself is of professional level and made me emotionally involved, into its progression."
SOLO VERSION 2:
"The exploration of understanding the body as clay - a malleable material that is shaped and re-shaped - was evident in her mindful solo performance. The positioning of her movement in relation to her projections was beautifully constructed, creating an enticing space in which her silhouette and video oscillated as one." - Beatrix Joyce
If you have seen this research, but didn't give your feedback yet (any kind of feedback) and would like to, please get in touch by email, as it contributes to the development of this project. Thank you to everyone who has been involved and given support so far!
BETWEENROOM / MELLOMROM : SOLO VERSION 1
Read about the exhibition at Gallery TM51 in Oslo, September 2015
Bowls/plates by Linda Jansson Lothe, 2015
Bowles/plates by Linda Jansson Lothe. Spring 2016