A performance about male identity portrayed with seriousness, humor and irony. In M.E.N. Edhem Jesenkovic takes good hold of the male sex with three male dancers, and in an honest and humorous way the living conditions of the modern man is explored.
4 TIMES HUNDRED
Religious rituals, maintaining of territories and stringent rules. These are some of the means that can help men survive a society in total dissolution. It is also what four powerful dancers explore in 4 TIMES HUNDRED.
Seen through the eyes of a young man raised in the Balkans in the '90s, four dancers try and solve a 100 different issues through dance and rhythmic studies of rituals, territories and rules. As an artist and person Edhem strongly influenced by his upbringing in the heart of the Balkans in the '90s. In 1993 he emigrated to Sweden from Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The four strong dancing personalities: Hilde Ingeborg Sandvold, Merete Hersvik, Asher Lev and Thomas Holm Radil have been hand-picked and create a raw, physical narrative in close cooperation with Edhem Jesenković.
Supported by the Danish Arts Council, Augustinus Fonden and Wilhelm Hansen Fonden.
Duration: 40+40 min. + 20 min. break