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  • Name:


  • Created by:

    Saga Sigurðardóttir & Hallvarður Ásgeirsson

  • Director:

    Saga Sigurðardóttir

  • Costume design:

    Elsa María Blöndal

  • Music:

    Hallvarður Ásgeirsson

  • Lighting design:

    Kjartan Darri Kristjánsson

  • Choreographer:

    Saga Sigurðardóttir

  • Performers: Katrín Gunnarsdóttir, Kristinn Guðmundsson, Saga Sigurðardóttir, Sigurður Arent Jónsson and Védís Kjartansdóttir.
  • Producer:

    Saga Sigurðardóttir, Reykjavik Dance Festival. Co-producer: Reykjavik Dance Atelier. With support from Iceland Ministry of Culture

  • When and where premièred?:

    August 23rd, 2013. Reykjavik Art Museum.

  • Artform:

    Choreography / Music / Performance

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  • Length:

    approx. 60 min

  • Excerpts from reviews:

    "Stunning images that leave nobody untouched". -Sesselja Magnúsdóttir, Fréttablaðið Newspaper

    "The work left a strong impact ... close to a religious experience." -Símon Birgisson, DV Newspaper

  • (Awards, other accomplishments etc.):

    The work is adaptable to various settings - stage / museum / outdoor venues.

  • Is the production available for tour?:


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  • Stage/venue requirements:

    please contact: saga.sigurdar@gmail.com

  • Technical requirements:

    please contact: saga.sigurdar@gmail.com

  • Outdoor?, unusal setting (club, venue):


  • Founded year? By? Members? Contact?:


    contact: saga.sigurdar@gmail.com

      • What is it?: A stage full of guitar amps calls to be treated as a choreography. SCAPE of GRACE is a choreographed concert, a rock meditation, a dance piece for guitar amps and human performers. Within the landscape of human and amp bodies, with the sound and movement that escape from both, SCAPE of GRACE is an attempt at staging a choreography of symbiosis. Meeting and melding with the dynamics and energies that the two entities produce, the affect is found in the mysterious and the obvious, in their mass and their nothingness.