Audioglimt med Owen Weaver and Leo Preston

Weaver & Preston perform live soundtracks to two new dance films choreographed by Malin Nøss Vangsnes and thud! moving endangered spaces
Last year Owen Weaver performed an Audioglimt concert with 12 very different soundtracks to 12 different short films by various artists that he has worked with throughout his career. It was a magical evening and it drove home the potential of creating an Audioglimt where the film is as new and local as the live soundtrack.
It so happens that Owen lives with the dancer/choreographer Malin Nøss Vangsnes, so we asked if they would like to join forces with History Disposal Unit (Leo Preston and Veronica Robles Thorseth) to create this new double bill (two brand-new dance films with sound-tracks performed by two musicians) and they accepted!
In the early 2000’s Leo Preston discovered the joys of cutting contemporary dance footage to funk and hip hop grooves, showing the results at “old Wrap” and on the official Day of Dance DVD’s produced by Wrap and Bergen Dansesenter. When he heard Owen and Malin listening to New Orleans funk legends, The Meters, he knew this collaboration was a good idea. Though funk might not be the most dominant genre in this performance (English understatement), rhythmical electric guitar (Preston) and drums (Weaver) are the point of departure!
Covid 19 infection control:
Wrap has introduced several measures to insure safety and infection control. We ask that everyone respects our guidelines.
Admission to this concert is limited in order that everyone can sit at least 1 meter apart.
All national guidelines are also (of course) applicable!
Doors open at 19.00. Concert begins at 20.00.
The bar is open before and after the concert.
Due to our Covid 19 safety measures, we will not be serving homemade food (as has been the tradition at Audioglimt concerts).
Entrace kr. 80/60 (VIPS)
If you can’t make it in real life, we will be live streaming the concert (follow this space for details!).
The films are:
Nacht [ feminine ] by Malin Nøss Vangsnes and Maximilian Großmann.
A short description of the film is as follows: woman, gestures, POTUS, fuck you, put on make-up and carry on.
Freshly Washed Eyes by Veronica Robles Thorseth – the second version of a series of works deriving from the same inspiration: A reflection on her work by sculptor Ambrosia Tønnesen from an interview in Morgenbladet in 1939.
Owen Weaver first came to Bergen with a fugazi-inspired noise opera with the theatre group Object Collection in 2016 (Borealis festival). Since then he has continued to be involved in projects of all shapes and sizes in Bergen and around the world, with a host of critically acclaimed performances and recordings behind him.
Leo Preston is an interdisciplinary artist and multi-instrumentalist that has played with various local bands and musicians. He has composed and done sound design for various performances, perhaps most notably those of his own company (in the period 2003 – 2012) which featured spoken word over heavy grooves.
Malin Nøss Vangsnes is an active dancer, choreographer and teacher in Bergen’s independent dance scene. She trained at Laban Conservatory of Music and Dance and has worked with various projects internationally, such as SQx Dance Company with whom she has toured extensively in Canada.
Mai Veronica Lykke Robles Thorseth is from Peru and Norway. She is an interdisciplinary dance artist, alias thud! moving endangered spaces. She also co-founded and works with the project Wrap Arts Centre. She studied at The Laban Centre of Movement and Dance, University of Bergen and Academy of Art and Design in Bergen. She works as a curator, performer and artist with dance installation and endangered spaces – space as both a physical place, situations and incidents.

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