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Norwegian Production Territorium, Nepal in Mandala

Mandala Theatre-Nepal is hosting the Nepali edition of Norwegian production Territorium, Nepal in Mandala Theatre on 4th January 2020. 

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Mandala Theatre-Nepal is hosting the Nepali edition of Norwegian production Territorium, Nepal in Mandala Theatre on 4th January 2020. 

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Mandala Theatre-Nepal is hosting the Nepali edition of Norwegian production Territorium, Nepal in Mandala Theatre on 4th January 2020.

Produced by Øystein Elle/Capto Musicae, Territorium is a cross-disciplinary performance composed as an intermedial work, at the intersection of concert, installation, performance and physical theater by the artists Øystein Elle and Janne Hoem. It was premiered in Norway in 2016 and has since then been performed in several theatres and venues in Norway Japan and Indonesia.

The performance invites to a collage, a room where “sense” and “non-sense” is equated, and the different elements possess equal roles in a musical polyphonic whole.

For Territorium, Nepal, Elle and Hoem is collaborating with the Nepalese performance artist Durga Bishwokarma. She has a background within Nepalese theatre and performing art, and later been situated in Europa, attending a long-time theatre education in Denmark and Norway. Mixed with Elle/Homes avant-garde and abstract music and theatrical expressions she may be seen as a bridge between traditions.

The team will also conduct a workshop for Nepalese artsist at Madnala Theatre from 5th to 7th January 2020. The workshop will be concluded with a performance on 7th.

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