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NEWS

 Spring 2016

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Spring 2016:Teresia is  preparing for the premiar of the second part of her trilogy about Siri Derkert- ”Vi-We-Nous” which will have its premiar in Beijing,China 20th of August 2016. It will have its premiar in Stockholm at the Dancemuseum,12-15th of October 2016.Ongoing collaborations with choreographer/professor Ingo Reulecke in Berlin in ”Open Space” In June 2016 Teresia will participate in a workinprogress with ”Vi-We-Nous” with the composer/musician Manoli Moriarty (Manchester)at Fylkingen, Stockholm. Teresia and dancer/choreographer Eytan Sivak  goes on with the project TRIZ which started up in 2014.

Photos to the right : ”Open Space” ”TRIZ” and down below ”Without Name”

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TAKE OFF II – choreography T Björk at Dieselverkstaden                      Photo Mats Lindgren

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Photo: Mats Lindgren

”Teresia Björks gestalt i storskjorta tecknar en kvinna mitt i skapandeprocessen, händerna sträcker sig förbi bordets och ljusrektangelns begränsningar. Hon vill söka lika ohämmat som armen hon svingar, värna sin egen blick, lyssna. Symboliskt öppnar hon en dörr mot den moderna staden utanför.”

“Teresia Björk depicts, in a large shirt, a woman in the middle of her creative process. The hands stretch beyond the restrictions of the table and the rectangle of light. She seeks to explore, as unhindered as the arms she is swinging; protecting her glances, listening. Symbolically, she opens a door towards the modern city outside.”

Anna Ångström / SvD


”Domkraft är en lättflytande, tänkvärd dansperformance där en cool Teresia Björk tar sig an Aase Bergs manus med sällsam grace, och humor.”

“Domkraft is a fluent, thought provoking dance performance, where a cool Teresia Björk approaches Aase Berg’s text with singular grace and humour.”

Liv Landell / Nummer.se


”Teresia Björk, som även har arbetat med teater, har en styrka i sitt levande ansikte, sin mjuka kropp och i modet att vara anspråksfull-i Still moving?, som blir aftonens intressantare inslag.”

“Teresia Björk, who has also worked in theatre, has strength in her animate face, her adaptable body and the courage to be pretentious in ‘Still Moving?’ which is the most interesting element of the evening.”

Anna Ångström / SvD