Ingvild Isaksen: A Space Journey

May 22-May 24: Master student in Scenography Ingvild Isaksen presents her final MA project. A Space Journey is the first work in her overarching project Arkivet in which she is exploring alternative methods of documenting spaces through an embodying practice of scenography, negotiating awareness between our surroundings and our own bodies. Arkivet is a growing source of material generated from these methods.

A Space Journey by MA student Ingvild Isaksen is the first work in her overarching project Arkivet in which she is exploring alternative methods of documenting spaces through an embodying practice of scenography, negotiating awareness between our surroundings and our own bodies. Arkivet is a growing source of material generated from these methods.

Friday, May 22
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Saturday, May 23
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Sunday, May 24

A Space Journey
is a participatory scenography that invites you to embody, translate, move, and be moved by your immediate surroundings.

Through this physical and imaginary experience the work aspires to gradually create a meeting point of several spaces, around and within us. It is an intimate experience between you and the space you’ve chosen to go on the journey with, and for a brief moment to the world outside you both.

You choose the space to participate with, ideally somewhere you would like to (re) discover. The journey is done in your own company but involves a phone call to a professional phone call receiver. In order to provide this service, we ask you to start on time.

CLICK HERE TO BOOK A JOURNEY

Book a journey for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday between 15:00 and 20:00. There are 12 journeys every day, first come first serve. After booking you will receive a personal link immediately, this is your ticket. When the clock hits your time, click the link and off you go. The journey starts on the hour and the link will close 15 minutes past. Due to limited capacity please try to stick to the time you book, or cancel in good time ahead.

We recommend accessing the link through a computer to best experience the journey. If you don’t receive an e-mail after booking, contact us at info@arkivet.space.

Concept, webpage scenography and text: Ingvild Isaksen
Idea development: in collaboration with Elisa Vassena.
Documenters and performers: Elisa Vassena, Maria Strand Renberg, Felipe Osorio-Guzmán and Andreas Strand Renberg

A special thanks to Eva Burgerhoudt, Sodja Lotker, Janne-Camilla Lyster, Masako Matsushita and fellow students Lasse Lilleng, Trym Flikke og Oda Holmvik Bredvold.

A Space Journey together with Arkivet: A Parallel Exploration forms Ingvild Isaksens’ Master project at Norwegian Theatre Academy, Østfold University College.

www.ingvildisaksen.com

Published May 22, 2020 9:30 AM - Last modified May 22, 2020 10:00 AM