Tori Wrånes/Laura Marie Rueslåtten
- The protagonists of the performance SIRKLING are singing furry creatures. The group play a variety of instruments and engage in a sequence of simple events that take place in the exhibition space. The audience watches the goings-on from the vantage point of a revolving auditorium, which totally changes the perception of the exhibition that – for the duration of the performance – has become a mobile stage. Sirkling was shown for the first time as part of her Hot Pocket solo exhibition at the National Museum in Oslo in 2017.
- Performance in frames of Tori Wrånes Handmade Acoustics exhibition.
- Cover photo: Tori Wrånes, SIRKLING, photo by Anne Bjorgli
Today at U–jazdowski
Congo in Four Acts
directed by Dieudo Hamadi, Divita Wa Lusala, Patrick Ken Kalala and Kiripi Katembo Siku, South Africa/Democratic Republic of the Congo 2010, 69' (English friendly)