Siku Aappoq/Melting Ice and Seca/Drought

1st and 2nd part of a trilogy about climate change Yggdrasil Dance


Yggdrasil Dance presents: A performative dance installation in the meeting between Scandinavian, Greenlandic and Brazilian artists. Siku Aappoq / Melting Ice and Drought focus on our relationship with nature. How do we cope with and relate to the consequences of the global climate change – as Scandinavians, Greenlanders and Brazilians? How do we sense, imagine and interpret the world around us and how does this affect our notion of chaos and instincts, survival and the future – depending on our cultural heritage and descent? The performative dance installation is inspired by the relation to nature as the Inuits and the Indians presents in connection to the modern world.

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  • Marianne Grønnow (Billedkunstner)
  • Jesper Kongshaug (Lighting Designer)
  • Birgitte Bauer-Nilsen (Choreographer)
  • Lars Egegaard Sørensen (Lighting Designer)
  • Thomas Johansen (Contributer)
  • Alexander Montgomery-Andersen (Contributer)
  • Ana Jülia Paiva (Dancer)
  • Ludmilla Ferrare (Dancer)
  • Caroline Rodrigues (Dancer)
  • Komponist Carsten Dahl har skabt "Siku Aappoq" og er international anerkendt dansk pianist. Komponist Kim Helweg har skabt "Tørke" Helweg og arbejder som komponist inden for alle genrer (symfonisk musik, kammermusik, jazzensembler, elektronisk musik, teat (Composer)

All play times

  • Thursday 31st May 8.00pm
  • Friday 01st June 8.00pm


William Wains Gade 11
1432 København K