The Norwegian-Estonian choreographer duo Külli Roosna and Kenneth Flak travelled into the Norwegian mountains to create the first part of the trilogy Wild Places: : Mountain. They sought inspiration in the “deep ecology” of Arne Næss, which addresses the connection between humans and the environment and encourages us to take responsibility for nature rather than trying to dominate it. BÆRUM KULTURHUS WEDNESDAY 21. OKTOBER
This performance was recorded at the Coda Oslo International Dance Festival in Oslo Norway during the 2015 festival. Coda is a biannual gathering featuring dance companies and a huge array of dance performances from across the world.