Made for and performed at Skovsnogen Deep Forest Art Space. The performance starts at the edge of the forest, where the eight performers walk to a clearing carrying portable loudspeakers playing a recording of the song ”JEG ER INGEN”. The song was performed by a non-professional senior choir. When they arrive they instal lights and speakers and perform a flocking choreography based on material extracted from videos; of protests, heavy metal concerts, football supporters, police and military marches, team building exercises, synchronised swimming and everyday excess movements. As the performance unfolds the sun is setting and it is getting gradually darker, the song starts again and the audience are invited to join the parade. Audience and performers walk back through the forrest together. The piece deals with collective identity creation, the body language of the group, the ways we find a home and belonging in each other. JEG ER INGEN polemize both the beauty and the potential violence that exist within the need for community.
Video documantation by William Wivel