Stage - and Costume Design

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Concept and direction: Anders Christiansen
Dancers: Jytte Kjøbek, João Lobo, Ole Birger Hansen, Jean Hugues Miredin
Accordion: Minna Weurlander. Live accordion music: Vesa Tuomi, J.S. Bach, Vladislav Zolotarjov
Original music and sound: Jørgen Teller
Set design: Nanna Arnfred
Costume design: Lise Klitten
Lighting design: Lars Egegaard Sørensen
Production: (stillleben) 2001

Still Life
- nature morte with five bodies

Fulfilled expectations

...There are bodies in the image.

Every body characteristic and unique as a type. The androgynous mulatto, the ageing sex-diva, a porky macho man. One after another they draw the

purple backdrop away and allow us to peep into the machinery and pull-ropes of the image, where rules about sex and age have dissolved to allow them to move in a common space, where there are, as yet, no rules.

Here the cello is turned upside down, and used more as a partner than as an instrument. The Masai warrior is white, men are breast-feeding men. And the accordion, which played earlier, breathes like an enormous, exhausted lung. Everything takes on

a new life.”
Janus Kodal (Politiken, 17th February 2001)



Life-must-go-on  Lise Klitten
Life-must-go-on Lise Klitten
Afghan Hound Lilibeth Cuenca
Afghan Hound Lilibeth Cuenca
sixtynine  Lise Klitten
sixtynine Lise Klitten

Stage - and Costume Design