11 October at Vitlycke – Centre for Performing Arts

It is impossible to be everything we are supposed to be and to do everything and when we try- the failure we are doomed to is neither interesting nor enjoyable. To look hopelessness in the face, one comes to a real choice, maybe even the only choice that really matters; wallow in despair or dare the leap for a vastly different life. To take the path of breaking with everything is the only worthwhile end, even if it is hopeless.

Who else is out there?


Norðuri is a dance film and live dance installation that explores the outer and inner landscapes of our being and comments on the political and emotional failures of todays culture.

Norður is a Nordic cross-disciplinary collaboration between choreographers, dance filmmakers and performance artists Karolin Kent (SE) and Sarah Armstrong (DK), filmmaker and photographer Baijie Curdt-Christiansen (DK), sound artist Tami Tamaki (SE), costume designer Valeriya Olkhovas (DK). Produced by GoldDigger productions.

Supported by Västra Götalands Regionen, Göteborgs Dans & Teater Festival, Kulturkontakt Nord, Lokstallet, MMF, Vitlycke – Center for Performing Arts and Kultur i Väst.

Fotograf: Baijie Curdt-Christiansen