Čtyři dny | Four days

Ingri Fiksdal (NO)

Night Tripper (Indoor Version)

“A journey into the dark corners of your soul. No drugs necessary.” (Thomas Frank, art director of Vienna’s brut-Wien theater)

Two women brought together by a dark bond, two times long hair. Night Tripper, which usually starts after sunset, consists of several layers of meaning: a forest path, a concert performance, a ritual, and a social event. It takes the audience with it into the nighttime forest; you will even experience elements of voodoo.

The Prague performance features six performers, special instruments, numerous art installations, and a 16-member Czech choir. It explores nature as an animist place of healing and destructive forces, a place of immanence and transcendence.

Ingri Fiksdal – Norwegian choreographer Ingri Fiksdal is a researcher at the National Academy of the Performing Arts in Oslo. Her work has been shown at numerous international venues, including brut-Wien in Austria, Kampnagel and Nordwind in Denmark, The Armory Show in the United States, and In Between Time in Great Britain. In Norway, Fiksdal regularly collaborates with the Black Box theater, BIT-teatergarasjen, and Teaterhuset Avant Garden. Last January, her work was presented as part of the Advancing Performing Arts Project (APAP). Her performances usually are in part live concerts, and she always includes the audience in her works.



 9. 10. 2015| JATKA 78

No language barrier
Duration: 70 min.


Concept: Fiksdal/Langgård/Becker
Choreography: Ingri Fiksdal
Music: Ingvild Langgård
Scenography: Signe Becker
Dancers: Pernille Holden and Julie Solberg
Musicians: Jørn Tore Egseth, Ane Marthe Sørlien Holen, Ingvild Langgård/Øystein Wyller Odden and Gunhild Mathea Olaussen
Commissioned and Produced: Up To Nature.
A collaboration between: brut Wien, Black Box, In Between Time, Anti Festival and Maska
Co-produced by: brut-künstlerhaus (Vienna), Inbetween Time Productions (Bristol), ANTI festival (Kuopio) and Black Box Theatre (Oslo)
Supported: by Up to Nature, The Norwegian Arts Council, Fond for lyd og bilde and Fund for performing artists.

Supported by grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.