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BIG BANG - Collective Matter


BIG BANG - Collective Matter is a new cross-artistic collaboration with multi-artist and designer Henrik Vibskov.


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Choreographer and Artistic Director Nønne Mai Svalholm has invited Danish artists who inspire her in various ways to co-create her new work BIG BANG - Collective Matter, which explores the concept of transitions.

The audience experiences choreographic works, sculptures and dance on a curated walk through Aarhus Centrum from Aarhus Teater to Godsbanen. The walk is a symbolic act and gesture and a reference to the time we have together.


"The journey frames and clarifies the experience of transitions and transformation - concepts that contain an extreme scale; from changes in galactic orbits, landmark events to the detail fixation in a compositional shift. It is my hope that the work experience opens up for an inner journey, as well as a sentient and physical cognition", Artistic Director and Choreographer Nønne Mai Svalholm


BIG BANG - Collective Matter is the second choreographic work in the BIG BANG trilogy, where PRIMUS (2020) was the first choreographic work.


BIG BANG - Collective Matter is co-produced by Åbne Scene Godsbanen and Aarhus Teater.


Venue: Aarhus Centrum starting inside Aarhus Teater

Playing period: September 1st - September 4th, 2021

There is only room for 40 people in the audience for each performance

Time: Kl. 16, kl. 17, kl. 19 & kl. 20.

Duration: 2 hours and 15 minutes with a break along the way

We recommend footwear and clothing that suits the weather.

The use of mobile phones is allowed, but we encourage you to take into account the performers and the rest of the audience.

Age limit: 12 years

Artistic Director & idea and concept: Nønne Mai Svalholm

Sculpture, installation and costumes: Henrik Vibskov and Nønne Mai Svalholm

Choreographers: Marie-Louise Stentebjerg, Ida Elisabeth Larsen from two-women-machine-show, Snorre Elvin Hansen from DANSEatelier and Nønne Mai Svalholm from SVALHOLM

Performers: Marie-Louise Stentebjerg, Ida Elisabeth Larsen, Snorre Elvin Hansen, Klara Utke Acs, Simone Wierød, Sarah Armstrong and SVALHOLM's 60+ performers 

Graphic design: Sam Moore 


With support from The Danish Arts Foundation, Augustinus Fonden and Knud Højgaards Fond