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Reviews

A WELCOME INTRUSION ON A PURELY PHYSICAL AESTHETICS
by Fransien van der Putt

Writing in three dimensions
by Venke Sortland

The high points of the fifth edition of Performatik17
by Ive Stevenheydens

A letter: Oslo | Black
by Diana Damian Martin

I DON’T THINK WE MAKE THINGS ALONE, EVEN WHEN WE ARE ALONE
interview by Eva Decaesstecker

To not be or not not to be?
by Ragni Vik Johnsen

Entre les lignes
par Jérôme Provençal

A livres ouverts au Kunstenfestivaldesarts
par Gilles Renault

Real fictions: Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine
by Victoria Pérez Royo

Speaking Bodies, Plural Voices at Arnolfini
by Laura Burns

Candid Bergen
by Claudia La Rocco

Mette Edvardsen, Time Has Fallen Asleep in the Afternoon Sunshine
by Julie Solovyeva and Alice MacKenzie

Mette Edvardsen, Time Has Fallen Asleep in the Afternoon Sunshine
by Nicholas Minns

Avmaktsvariasjonene
av Sigurs Ziegler

Mette Edvardsen, Time Has Fallen Asleep in the Afternoon Sunshine
by Diana Damian

Time has Fallen Asleep in the Afternoon Sunshine
by Lyn Gardner

Time has Fallen Asleep in the Afternoon Sunshine
by Natasha Tripney

On Saturday I met a book and rediscovered both theatre and reading
by Jo Verrent

Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine
by Anette Lundebye

Birmingham Central Library brings books to life with live recitals
by Miranda Kiek

"Why do you scream if no one hears you?"
Poetisk fortvilelse på Marstrandfestivalen.
av Chris Erichsen

Dance Umbrella, Andros Zins-Browne & Mette Edvardsen
by Jeffrey Gordon Baker

Mette Edvardsen: Black
by Eleanor Sikorski and Hollie Miller

Eloquence with Mette Edvardsen
by Thomas Olsson

“Black” at MDT
by Örjan Abrahamsson

Walking on thin ice, or how Mette Edvardsen and Ivo Dimchev don’t need much to draw you in
by Hans-Maarten Post

Smart experiments with time and space
by Anna Ângstrøm

Reading a book while watching a performance?
by Hans-Maarten Post

The Play Behind the Book and Vice Versa
by Jonathan Van den Broeck

The existence of something else
by Jeroen Peeters

Everything comes back
by Jolien Van de Velde

Exercise in pure perception
by Julie Rodeyns

Representations of dance
by Melanie Fieldseth

Mette Edvardsen, Bologna, Raum
by Piersandra Di Matteo

Close things
by Marit Strømmen



Interviews

Levende bøker
av Sara Hammer

10 spørsmål til Mette Edvardsen
Intervjuet av Sindre Jacobsen



Essays