Sisters 11 years later
by Haugen Productions
In 2003 Haugen Productions made the performance Sisters. The performance was shown in total 180 times and seen by more than 25,000 audiences of all ages – throughout Norway. Sisters 11 years later is the independent second part in the story of close family and sisterhood.
Premiere: Dansens Hus, Oslo 9 mai, 2014 Since then played in: Hammerfest, Harstad, Narvik, Stokmarknes, Bodø, Bærum, Montréal (Canada), Olomouc (Check Rep.), Copenhagen (Denmark), Vilnius (Lithuania), Tallinn (Estonia)
Now the mother of the Haugen sisters is dead – and the remaining and many aunts affected by high age. Liv Hanne and Anne Katrine are still dancing, although they-according to the State official record-should be retired. How is the relationship between them now, 11 years later? What has confrontation with death done to them? A wish to once more meet their colorful aunts on the screen, along with an urge to focus on aging, loss and death – as a challenging but nevertheless natural part of life, is the motivation behind this next chapter of sisterhood and close relationships in own family. A desire to meet these colorful aunties again on film, along with a wish to focus on aging, loss and death – as a challenging but nevertheless natural part of life, is the motivation for the creation of this the next chapter on sisterhood and close relationships.
|Idea and concept||Anne Katrine Haugen
Liv Hanne Haugen
|Scenography/art installation||Lawrence Malstaf|
|Film Sisters 2003||Knut Skoglund|
|Artistic guidance||Jon Tombre|
|Photo||Jens Kristian Nilsen
|Supported by||Norsk Kulturråd
Fond for Lyd og Bilde
Fond for utøvende kunstnere
National scene for Dance, Oslo
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