LIMBO depicts a collage of patterns in a loop. A period of waiting in a landscape made of repeated motifs, movements, and sounds in play.
A pattern is a regularity in the world. The hound’s tooth has regularity, as do lace, honeycomb and the skin of a milk snake. Broken and repeated, patterns create rhythm. Merging with the rhythm, the pattern appears flat. Like an adventure comic sequence stuffed into a single drawn frame, the complete story resides in one image, filled to the brim.
The soundscape is the invisible storyteller and the lonely spoken language of this performance. Its words are inspired by the macho-mythologies of tattoo wearing: A story of the body, predicting life’s course, marking the end of a life or remembrance of a lover. Tattoos, like lace, simultaneously conceal the skin and expose it, doubling as both costume and body.
Roza Moshtaghi - Choreographer / Concept
Ronak Moshtaghi - Visual artist / Concept development
Josefin Jussi Andersson- Sound artist / Concept development
Developed and performed by
Trine Lise Moe
Aslak Aune Nygård
Shiva Sherveh - Costume designer
Tobias Leira - Light designer
Alexandra Pineros Florez - Producer
Josh Lake - Documentation
Ingri Midgard Fiksdal - Outside eye
Samira Shaterian /Zoya Tahery /Majid Shokat Moghaddam - Stage production team
Co-produced by BIT Teatergarasjen I Bergen
Premiere November 12th, 2020
BIT Teatergarasjen - Bergen (NO) February 13th &14th 2020
The project is supported by the Norwegian Arts Council, Oslo Kommune and Fond For Utøvende Kunstnere