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Livsmedlet (Finland)

www.livsmedlet.com/

For adult and teen audiences, 13 years +

A: $36 R: $28 

A: adults (13 years +) | R: discount * * Discount price for members of the Association québécoise des marionnettistes (AQM—the Québec puppeteer association), students, seniors 65 +, or when purchasing three or more tickets for at least three different shows. Taxes and ticket processing fee included.

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Invisible Lands questions the way today’s media reports on the desperate situation faced by many migrants. In a small, intimate space, the two performers play with scale between the micro and the macro. Using their bodies as a landscape for miniature figures, they tell the story of a perilous journey into exile: throngs of people walking up a hill made from a curved back, a family lost in a mountain of knees, hunted down by a helicopter the size of a matchbox… A compelling story of devastating sadness.

Without words

RUNNING TIME: 50 minutes
TECHNIQUE: Human Body, Miniature Figures, Objects and Video Projection

 

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Company

Livsmedlet is a collaboration between puppeteer and director Ishmael Falke and dance artist and director Sandrina Lindgren. The company, based in Turku, Finland, was established in 2011. Their goal is to create relevant and innovative visual theatre that challenges the audience’s perspective of their surroundings and everyday life. The duo has been praised by audiences and critics around the world.

Credits

Story, Stage Direction, Performance and Scenography: Sandrina Lindgren and Ishmael Falke
Music: Niklas Nybom
Lighting: Jarkko Forsman

Dedicated to Dima Tulpanov

Invisible Lands will also be presented in Trois-Rivières. This tour was made possible thanks to support from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

Livsmedlet wishes to thank the Arts Promotion Center Finland for its support.