Dear audience! Due to technical instability, we unfortunately have to close the Ringblom online space on 14 March. All customers who have purchased tickets for Ringblom this weekend will receive an email during the upcoming days.We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause to you. Many thanks to all of you who have joined us online for Ringblom this weekend.
A virtual installation and performance inviting to drift off track through sculpture, video and dance.
Ringblom is an installation and performance embodied through choreographic and sculptural perspectives. This virtual landscape navigates a space of sculpture, dance and video. Moving through different temporalities and access, it is an invitation to drift off track – peeling off layers. Ringblom explores moist, distractions and form.
The project is created by Veronica Bruce, in collaboration with Jennie Bergsli, Lisen Ellard, Karoline Bakken Lund and Maria Hilde.
Ringblom was initially planned as a live installation for one audience member at a time, from the 11 to the 14 of March. Due to the latest corona restrictions, it has been transformed into a virtual visit.
Veronica Bruce is an artist and choreographer based in Oslo. She works with, and between, dance, sculpture and moving image. Bruce is educated in fine arts from Central Saint Martins in London and in dance and choreography from the School for New Dance in Oslo. She has previously shown works such as e-Harmoni and Bløtkokt (Soft Boiled) at Black Box teater, in collaboration with Jennie Bergsli, Alice Slyngstad and Karoline Bakken Lund amongst others.