Two acrobats, a crackling TV and a coat that comes to life. Acrobatics that require concentration and trust but also the ability to let go of control. The performance is inspired by the painter Lars Agger’s paintings of childhood memories. With a fragmentary narrative similar to those in childhood memories, the title “Two” refers to the art of being in interplay.
Duration: 40 min
Language: Speaking is not an essential part of the performance
Recommended audience: Children and families, ages 5-100
The performance is created for indoor venues
The artistic company
Henrik Agger and Louise Bjurholm Euler have worked as a duo since 2001. They have four years of education from the Moscow State School of Circus, with the legendary coach Boris Nikiforovitch Belochvostov. Later on they participated in the Masters program New Performative Practices at DOCH/University of the Arts in Stockholm. The duo has toured internationally with companies such as Cirkus Cirkör and the Russian State Circus, and lately with their own performance Extreme Symbiosis.
Concept and performers: Henrik Agger, Louise Bjurholm Euler
Music: Stefan Johansson
Original art work in video: Lars Agger
With the support of Västmanlandsmusiken, Cirkusslottet Finspång, Subtopia, Swedish Arts Council, Stockholm Region, City of Stockholm.