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A Teenage Songbook of Love and Sex
Ásrún Magnúsdottir & Alexander Roberts
IS/UK
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17. oktober 2019 Kl. 19:30
18. oktober 2019 Kl. 19:30
Sted: Studio Bergen
Kategori: Teater

Pop og sanne historier om ungdom, kjærlighet, sex og kjønn.

Tenåringer og musikk er som skapt for hverandre. Sangene man lytter til som ungdom, og historiene låtene forteller, påvirker hvordan man forstår seg selv og omverden, hva som er rett og galt. Så hva om alle de heteronormative popsangene handlet om noe annet enn de gjør? Gjennom lokale ungdommers personlige historier, søker A Teenage Songbook of Love and Sex nye måter å fortelle og tenke om kjærlighet, kjønn og sex.

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Utviklet og realisert av: Alexander Roberts og Ásrún Magnúsdóttir.
Komponist: Teitur Magnusson.
Laget i samarbeid med unge mennesker fra Bergen og Reykjavík. 

Bio

Ásrún Magnúsdóttir was born in Reykjavík in the late eighties. Her work aims to stretch the dominant modes of dance and choreography and has been received well at home and abroad, as made apparent by her numerous festival appearances, awards and nominations.
Currently, she is interested in working with people that have not given dance or dancing much thought and trying to make invisible choreographies visible. She is interested in amplifying voices that she feels might be heard better; giving the stage to other people space to speak up, be seen and listened to.  
She has a great deal of experience working with different social groups, especially young people, teenagers and children but also micro-communities like her own neighbours, residents of particular neighbourhoods or people that share an apartment building.
Her work has toured in Europe where she has also given workshops for professionals and amateurs alike.
Alexander Roberts 
Over the last decade Alexander Roberts has emerged as a leading figure in the field of the contemporary performing arts – both in Iceland and internationally. Working as a curator, dramaturg, educator and artist – he has been co-Director of Reykjavík Dance Festival since 2014, Programme Director of the Performing Arts MFA at Iceland University of the Arts since 2016, and making work as an artist in collaboration with Ásrún Magnúsdóttir, Dance for Me and Katrín Gunnarsdóttir. As a curator, dramaturg and artist, he has worked with platforms including Black Box in Oslo, Take Me Somewhere in Glasgow, Centrales Fies, Dro, Italy, Tanzfabrik, Berlin, Zodiak in Helsinki, and This Time Tomorrow Performing Arts Festival in Cincinnati, USA, among others.