Co-Productions

To put an effort into developing local scenes according to their particular needs, Life Long Burning sets up a programme for co-productions. The aim is to support research and creation and to enhance visibility and cross-border exchange and international outreach of co-productions by close exchange within the network.

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Ghost dances / Spökdanser by Ellen Söderhult
02.06.2024 @ MDT Stockholm
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Ghost dances / Spökdanser by Ellen Söderhult
01.06.2024 @ MDT Stockholm
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Ghost dances / Spökdanser by Ellen Söderhult
31.05.2024 @ MDT Stockholm
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Premiere: Ghost dances / Spökdanser by Ellen Söderhult

Our Swedish partner MDT announced their Life Long Burning co-production for this year: Ghost Dances / Spökdanser by Ellen Söderhult will premiere on 30 May and be shown three consecutive days.

30.05.2024
Work in progress presentation of Matter by Anat Bosak and Nina Traub

ICI–CCN is presenting a work in progress showing of the LLB Co-production Matter by Anat Bosak and Nina Traub. The premiere will take place in August during the Israel Festival 2024. 

06.05.2024 @ ICI–CCN Montpellier, France
Anat Bozak & Nina Traub

Anat Bozak and Nina Traub start their co-production residency a ICI–CCN.

29.04.2024 - 17.05.2024
Mille Shake – Talk with Pauline L. Boulba and team on the creative process

As an extension of her exploration into lesbian subjectivities in dance and the performing arts, Pauline L. Boulba seeks to make queer practice visible through artistic creation. In this way, she explores the extent to which imagination, somatic practice and fiction act to repair damaged bodies. A two-headed combo of narrative and choreography foster reflection on patriarchal violence. Re-territorialising bodies, to fictionalise life, pumping reality back onto the stage.

Free admission by reservation only.

28.03.2024 @ ICI–CCN Montpellier
exerce open workshop with Pauline L. Boulba

The workshop is taking place on Thursday, 21 March from 3–6pm at ICI—CCN

Free admission by reservation only.

21.03.2024 @ ICI–CCN Montpellier
Screening of the film J.J by Pauline L. Boulba

Thursday, 21 March, 7–8pm

J.J is named after Jill Johnston (1929-2010), dance critic, performer, and uber-determined and angry lesbian feminist. The work is a journey through the real and fictional lives of this very American figure. Through the invention of archives and the use of quotes, voices and drag-kings, the two performers reflect upon lesbian practice in art.

→ Screened in partnership with Rainbow screen festival

Free admission by reservation only.

21.03.2024 @ ICI–CCN Montpellier
First Podcast Episodes released today!

The artists of the [8:tension] Young Choreographers' Series of 2023 were in conversation with Chris Standfest and Sean Pfeiffer and we are excited to publish this podcast from today on. 

The first released episodes will be with Chara Kotsali and Anna Biczók. They are giving insights into their working methods and artistic approaches, the making of their pieces To Be Possessed and DELICATE, respectively, and their experience in Vienna.

The release will start on Thursday 21 March, with weekly new episodes. Save us on Spotify Apple Podcast, Podcastaddict or Deezer!

21.03.2024 @ online
Pauline L. Boulba on residency at ICI–CCN

Pauline L. Boulba is on a residency at ICI–CCN in Montpellier this March!

11.03.2024 - 29.03.2024
[8:tension] Young Choreographers' Series
04.07.2023 - 06.08.2023 @ ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival
Amanda Apetrea & Halla Ólafsdóttir
02.03.2023 @ MDT Stockholm