Third year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2016

Dancers: Wanda Breistrand, Karen Lynne Bjerknesli, Marte Bjørnseth, Anne Oortwijn, Amalie Sabrine Laudikos, Anders Rohlan Småhaug, Oda Østenstad Fjell og Kristian Vindenes

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Second year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2016.

Aurora Louise Haugen Itland, Ida Rolstad, Albin Lindén, Ilya Glazkov, Mattias Courage, William Boo, Lisa Horten-Skilbrei, Ellen Kristjansdottir

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In FUNKIS, Abrahamsen examines themes related to the changes and vanity of the human nature. On the border between symbolics and realism, the performance refects on exposure of the body, encounters with imperfection and the dissociation from weakness.

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Third year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts

Richard Svalstedt, Ines M. Belli, Erlend Auestad Danielsen, Elisabeth Gjerde, Synne Sørum, Hanne Elisabeth Svenning, Sigurd Kirkerud Roness, Martine Bentsen

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he&she is a dancevideo collaboration between Majsa Abrahamsen/ink Productions and Hein Creations/Antero Hein. he&she is also an introduction to the upcoming piece, with the same title.

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Third year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts

Ida Haugen, Jack Lorentzen, Oda Tømte, Anne Lise Rønne, Sara Kaspersen, Sune Leander Klausen, Richard DeLeyos

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RUN is inspired by similarities between sport and dance, precision, energy, technology, dynamics and aesthetics. With jazz dance’s intricate rhythms as musical focus is «RUN» a tribute to the joy of dance. The choreography is part of Oslo Dance Ensembles «and pop», played at Dance House in Oslo in December 2013.

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Third year students at National Academy of the Arts, 2013.

Hanna Egenes Flemstrøm, Sara Helene Jenssen, Kristine Giske Oksavik, Mariama F. Kalley Slåttøy, Jens Martin Hartvedt Arvesen.

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«I am about to express myself» is an urban portrait of a man and a woman. In a processed reality, they confront what is said in the interstices; where the sour comment and loneliness lives. Where the conflict ends and peace begins, or where the game has long since stopped being fun. Is it easier to relate to something big, the world out there, than it is to interpret each other’s small signals in everyday life?

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Second year studensts at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2012

Trude Amalie Leirpoll, Vasilisa Kalinina, Dag Rune Sjøli, Stefan Fredriksen, Øyunn Sofie Fencl,Jonathan Möller, Einar Anton Sørli Nikkerud, Jeffrey Young

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Tsjekhov´s «Three sisters» is the source of inspiration for Masja Abrahamsen in her new piece «Residens».
Here we also meet three women,and as in Tsjekhov´s piece the story is less prominent. The relations between
them and the atmosphere is emphasized through an underlying monotunous
tension and drama. Three personal stories floats together, visualised through reality, fiction
and surrealistic images. The aesthethic expression refears to the
1940´s and 1950´s Film Noir.

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Choreographer: Masja Abrahamsen
Dancers: Sergio Benvindo Junior, Martine Sofie Bergh, Gard Hjertaas Bjørnson, Ane Evjen Gjøvåg,
Filipa Peraltinha, Jacob Walleberg
Dansens Hus 2011

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Second year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2011

Stine Karoline Eliassen, Maria Caroline Mushtaq Freyvoll, Merete Hersvik, Hedda Rivrud, Tony Tran, Anja Sunniva Valseth

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Third year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2010

Hedvig Sønstebø Bang, Gard Hjertaas Bjørnson, Vilde Halle Ekeland, Victoria Krogsæter, Cassandra Loo, Anette Stokke, Mathias Aas Stoltenberg

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Second year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2009

Phitthaya Phaefuang, Stine Hagen, Isabell Johansen, Daniel Stamnes, Emilie Thun, Erlend Rolvsjord

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In «Numb» we will get to know a man and a woman, in a relationship «in between». A «non» – condition. On the edges of movement and stillness. Between beginning and end. They bond and drives apart from the same destructive force, where their actions in the end will be a result of their fear of being trapped in something that wont give resistance. A condition they repeatedly return to.

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Masja Abrahamsen precents with «Pepper`s ghost» her first full length performance, at Dansens Hus in Oslo August 27, 2009. Performances through August 30`th. «Pepper`s ghost» is the term of a lighting tecnique used in theatre, to create an illusion of a person appearing or disappearing slowly; without being in the room. Here «Pepper`s ghost» is […]

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Second year students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, 2007

Martine Sofie Bergh, Catherine Michelet, Kristine Moldesæther, Jon Ole Olstad, Christoffer Flinder Pedersen, Emma Rozgoni, Atle Karsten Solberg

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