March - May 2021
Misa Criolla Danced
"Misa Criolla Danced" is a research-work about dance improvisation and dance composition by Anne Grete Eriksen from Oslo Academy of Arts. Explanation of the project framework: dancers choose which part of the mass "Misa Criolla" (composer Ariel Ramirez, created in 1964) they will dance to, then dance and record it. Please note that "Missa Criolla" contains 11 tracks and that whilst some dancers chose the same track, other tracks are not selected. Work is done during isolation period March-May 2021.
Dance artists worked in the frame of collaboration "BET - Body, Experience, Time through 45+ dancers" supported by Creative Europe.
Dancers: Solveig Leinan- Hermo (Norway), Goda Laurinaviciute (Lithuania), Toby Gunn (Sweden), Oleg Ostanin (Finland), Ramona Galkina (Latvia), Ołga Žitluhina (Latvia), Vilnis Bīriņš (Latvia), Janne-Camilla (Norway), Tiina Ollesk (Estonia), Virpi, Helsinki (Finland), Fiona Millward (UK), Nikolai Shchetnev (Norway), Anne Grete Eriksen (Norway), Therese Skauge (Norway), Renee Nõmmik (Estonia), Ingunn Rimestad (Norway), Dennis de Vissher (Norway).