A wearable sculpture project by Daphne Karstens.

‘PANG’ is an abstract performance inspired by the process of the big bang, an abstract approach on the creation of dimension and shape, translated into a visual slow-motion process. ‘PANG’ shows a story about shape, from nothing to everything. ‘PANG’ questions the human connection to the shape and space around us.

Genre: Visual performance

Year: 2021

 

Dance artist: Lorraine Smith

Composer: Sóley Sigurjónsdóttir

Technical support: Wout Jansen

Dramaturgical advice: Gita Hacham

Video & Photography: Frank Wiersema

 

Movement research in collaboration with: Ingeborg Meier Andersen

Sculpture making assisted by: Miguel Hacham, Joost Hoebe, Karmijn Lange, Maya Nölling, Alice Splash & Elżbieta Szota.

Interns: Mikki de Gier & Nadine Räber

 

The research phase of this project was supported by: Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie.

This project has been (partially) developed in residency at: Het Huis Utrecht.

This project is supported by: Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst and Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

Sponsors: Beitel Beestje, Kunststofshop & HD-Rent.

This project was made possible thanks to the donations of the people who supported the crowdfunding through Voordekunst. To those who donated: Thank you so much!

'PANG in the media:

Vincent Kouters, Volkskrant:
"Typisch Fringe dit, theater waarvan je niet wist dat je erop zat te wachten." // "Typically Fringe, theatre you didn't know you were waiting for."

Read the full review here.

Marijn Lems, Theaterkrant:

"Bijzondere creaties die het midden houden tussen kostuumontwerp, beeldende kunst en architectuur." // "Special creations that are in between costume design, visual art and architecture."
Read the full review here.

'PANG'