But He Does Not Rule The Heavens
BUT HE DOES NOT RULE THE HEAVENS was created as an independent visual layer to the site-specific performance project My Icarus Complex.
But He Does Not Rule The Heavens is a series of photographs composed through virtous movements, fueled by an emotional desire to be free. A burning itch to shatter the shackels of society and fly high in the sky.
To dance around the sun till you feel the burn and then drift off into the cold and quiet dark
Performers: Ichi Go, Lena Kilchitskaya, Paula Tato, Sedrig Verwoert, Tizo All, Yotam Peled. Costume Design: Nelson Santos. Hair and Makeup: Kenny Campbell. Music: Esben Valløe. Producer: Troels Primdahl, Kristian Schwartz.
My Icarus Complex
A site-specific dance performance by Troels Primdahl. Video loops - concept, direction, cinematography and postporoduction by Anders Bigum.
Dancers: Sedrig Verwoert. Ichi Go. Yotam Peled. Tizo All. Paula Tato. Lena Kilchitskaya - Outfits: Nelson Santos - Hair & Make Up: Kenny Campbell
NOONNOON explores the social dynamics between generations, and the contrasts between traditional and contemporary society. Choreographer Troels Primdahl and I worked with locals in Blanca, a rural village in southern Spain. We managed to work with a group of elderly women, the theatre group Las Atrevidas and a group of younger teenage girls from a dance school, Las bailarinas de Zariza Danza. The process of working with both a younger and an elderly social group in the village gave a very interesting view into the social dynamics and contradictive relations of each group to the traditional way of life in the village.
Featuring: Las Atrevidas, Las bailarinas de Zarisa Danza, Ignacio, Troels Primdahl
Directed by Troels Primdahl & Anders Bigum - Assistant Director: Anabel Laborde - Director of Photography: Anders Bigum -Choreography: Troels Primdahl - Post Production: Anders Bigum - Music by Martin Behrndt - Producer: Abraham Hurtado
Produced by Centro Negra, AADK
Director & DOP Anders Bigum - Music by Jan Ferreira.
DUSTa multi-sensory chamber opera
DUST engages an international community of artists initiated by the progressive Danish composer Line Tjørnhøj. In August 2015 the first edition of a contemporary Gesamtkunstwerk was premiered in Aarhus, Denmark. On an existential quest for a new social agenda and new way of making collaborative art, the interdisciplinary ensemble began their journey into the core of chaos, desire and love.
Music composed by Line Tjørnhøj
Art Director: Troels Primdahl
Visual Artist & Photographer/Filmmaker: Anders Bigum
Libretto: Lotte Kofod Ludvigsen & Line Tjørnhøj.
Food-stylist: Michelle Appelros.
Conducting supervisors: Carsten Seyer-Hansen & Jonas Rasmussen.
Singers: Markéta Dvoráková (mezzo soprano), Daniel Carlsson (counter tenor), Petr Matuszek (baritone) & Anna Ottertun (arabic soprano).
Cellist: Sofia Olsson.
Skt. Clemens Boys Choir: Anders Arve, Erik Buchreitz, Hans Christian Quorning, Noah Nguyen, Søren Hjøllund Just, Søren Øster, Toke Malchow & Valdemar Højlund.
Product and set design: Lærke Thorst Balslev, Stine Weigelt & The Women of Tal Al-Rumman.
Costume designer: Elise Nyborg, assisted by Eva Vestergaard Sunesen & Krol Poirot.
Makeup Artist: Lidia Bonaria Bassareo.
Light Design: Anders Bigum
Stage technician: Hans Strandmark.
Film technical supervisor: Carsten Meinhardt.
Photo & Film assistants by Carl A. Schwennesen, Peter Ravnsborg, Villads Birch Hastrup.
Project manager, Jordan: Razan Khader.
Production management: 1:1 Production – Maria Meyer & Louise Kirkegaard