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MUISTIKUVIA – RECOLLECTIONS

Artistic concept and realization: Valtteri Raekallio
Dance: Annamari Keskinen ja Valtteri Raekallio
Composing of the music and performance: Meriheini Luoto (violin, nyckelharpa, vocals, electronics)
Coding of the live electronics: Kaj Mäki-Ullakko
Set design: Aino Koski
Lighting design: Jukka Huitila
Performance technicians: Johannes Vartola, Pauli Riikonen
Diary texts, archive photos and recordings: Valtteri Raekallio
Cinefilms and projections: Thomas Freundlich
Realization of the puppet: Saima Lahtinen
Puppetry consultant: Aati Saarva
Production assistant: Riikka Laurilehto
Production: Raekallio Corp., Zodiak – Center for New Dance

Photos: Lauri Lundahl

Post-performance discussion after every performance

Duration: 55 min

Tickets: 30,50/24,50/16,50 €

ZODIAK STAGE

7.5.2019 19:00 Ensi-ilta
10.5.2019 19:00
11.5.2019 15:00
14.5.2019 19:00
16.5.2019 19:00
17.5.2019 19:00
19.5.2019 15:00
21.5.2019 19:00
23.5.2019 19:00
24.5.2019 19:00
25.5.2019 15:00
28.5.2019 19:00

Esitysarkisto 2019 Valtteri Raekallio: Muistikuvia – Recollections

Recollections is Valtteri Raekallio's latest performance, created in collaboration with dancer Annamari Keskinen and violinist Meriheini Luoto. The intergenerational piece examines a person, you or me, or at least me, posing the question of where are the boundaries between memories, fiction and narration?

Recollections is an autofictional hybrid performance in which childhood, an imaginary shared history, unrealized futures and confronting one's own mortality form a framework for an interchange between three artists.

The performance stretches the boundaries of truth, creating a fragmentary world of the unconscious; our memories are deceitful and subject to interpretation, yet we still construct our identities through storylines that are based on them.

“You can't empty that well; that well is connected to
the deep waters in which we as children played, and there
in the endless depths of the ocean, were born our dreams of flying”

- Claes Andersson, trans. Thomas Freundlich