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Diana Vishneva's Context festival

Moscow
Saint Petersburg

Public talk with Eric Berglund, Annie Tadne and Niklas Kirkkomaki

Venue
Gogol Center
Starting time
12:00
Duration
2 hours

Eric Berglund, Annie Tadne and Niklas Kirkkomaki will touch upon the relationship between visuals and stage production, the dialogue of light and choreography, music, drama and poetry, and ways to integrate visual effects into the production. They will also talk about their works, Eric Berglund will share his experience in Mats Ek’s ballet “Apartment” and in Johan Inger’s ballet “Walk of the Madman”.

With the support of the Embassy of Sweden in Russia.

  • Erik Berglund, Sweden
  • Annie Tadne, Sweden
Erik Berglund

Lighting director and designer; works on productions in musical and drama theatres around the world. Owner, CEO and designer of Qpoint AB.

Erik constantly collaborates with choreographers Mats Ek and Johan Inger. He worked on famous ballets:

«Walking Mad», Johan Inger (Premiered in 2001 in the Netherlands Dance Theater. In 2019, the ballet was presented at the Brno Ballet, Czech Republic, and at the Moscow Musical Theatre)

«Sleeping Beauty», Mats Ek (Netherlands Dance Theater, 2014; Gothenburg Opera Ballet, 2010),

«Apartment», Mats Ek (Bolshoi Theatre, 2013; Royal Swedish Opera Ballet, Stockholm, 2004; National Opera of Paris, 2000),

«Swan Lake», Mats Ek (Royal Swedish Ballet, Stockholm, 2015)

Annie Tadne

Audiovisual artist from Stockholm.

Annie works within the intersection of art and technology, combines music, art, media, technology, and architecture in her works, uses audiovisual and performative ways of expression. The artist explores aspects of post-digitalism, where the combination of light, sound, space, materials, and structures can give new resonance to how we consider art and technology, and amplify the construction of a reality that is active and dynamic.

Her works were presented in museums in London and Stockholm, at the  Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden and The Opera House, Umeå, Sweden.