Premiere BamBam Frost & Lydia Östberg Diakité - odödlig topp / immortal summit
Immortal summit is an expansion, beyond everything we ever thought about greatness.
Imagine that Bagger 288 and IC 1101 fades in comparison. Immortal summit does everything, it is the greatest, the best, the most beautiful and above all – immortal. What lies beyond the peak of our immortality? Galaxies are great, we are greater.
Immortal Summit is a performance that stretches between ideas of greatness and megalomania. Where do we draw the line in a cultural climate were the idea of perfection is like a thorn in our sides. We think about Caster Semenya, we also think of Kayne West. In Immortal summit we play in the borderland of greatness, fragility, provocation, aggression, revolution and failure.
Lydia Östberg Diakité is a dancer, choreographer and union organizer who since 2013 is based in Copenhagen. Ö. Diakité is inspired by and refers in its work to popular cultural phenomena, hyper-performativity, contemporary criticism and tenderness. These themes and concepts are embodied in the works EMBRACE and CRY BABY. Ö. Diakité works with an intersectional feminist approach in artistic processes and practices decolonization of art production and sees a value in shaping new collective realities. Ö. Diakité laid the foundation for Dance Cooperative and runs it together with 15 artists in Copenhagen. Since 2019, Ö. Diakité is on the board of The Union, a workers union that works towards the elimination of racism on the culture and art scene in Denmark.
BamBam Frost is a dancer and choreographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. She graduated from Stockholm University of the Arts, with a bachelor of contemporary dance spring 2013. In her work she has moved between the club scene, commercial work, music videos and art institutions. During the spring 2018 she debuted with the piece SORRY.
BamBam’s work is in constant transformation and dialog with the now. There is a strong interest for social dances and pop cultural expressions. She plays with the thought of these as carriers of time, structures and context with which she through choreography can change the narratives of. Inspired by sci-fi BamBam uses choreography as a tool to imagine and propose alternatives.
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