Again, The Sunset
© Stanislav Dobak


Again, The Sunset

Do you remember how real it was that time when we were both so colored by the sun? Do you remember how real it was that time when we were both clouds? Or we were one cloud rather, a unified cloud, colored pink by the sunset.

Again, The Sunset is where identity is multiplied over and over again by what it touches. It moves. It is a song, a speech and a story. It is a hard rock made hard when you hold it. It is quiet. And then it gets so loud.

Again, The Sunset invites the audience to witness an intimate thought process and contemplation where sounds and their textures exist undeniably attached to the materiality of their instruments; yet the body of sound is constantly transforming itself.

In the past Inga Huld Hákonardóttir has been invited by wpZimmer. Two times together with Katie Vickers (We will have had darker futures (2017); together with Rebecca Stillman and Slogan for Modern Times (2015)) and for The Valley (2015) of Rósa Ómarsdóttir. For her current residency she works together with Yann Leguay, Brussel-based artist who focuses mostly on the notions of dematerialization, the use of interfaces and everything about the materiality of memory.

Inga Huld Hákonardóttir

Inga Huld Hákonardóttir was born in Höfn, Iceland and now lives and works in Brussels. After graduating from P.A.R.T.S in 2014 she has worked within the field of performance as a performer, dancer and choreographer.

As collaborator and performer Inga worked with Eleanor Bauer and composer Chris Peck in the contemporary musical, MEYOUCYCLE. She danced for Salva Sanchis in his most recent works Islands and Radical Light and performed/collaborated with the contemporary music ensembles ICTUS and GAME (Ghent Advanced Master Ensemble) in their project Ballet Mekanique. She also performs in Traces, a work by Rósa Ómarsdóttir. Inga created several works in different collaborative constellations and has worked extensively with Rósa Ómarsdóttir. Their works include The Valley, Wilhelm Scream, and Da Da Dans; a commission for The Icelandic Dance Company. With Katie Vickers she created Slogan For Modern Times and the trio We Will Have Had Darker Futures together with choreographer Rebecca Stillman.In 2019 she premiered with Against the Sunset.


Concept and performance: Inga Huld HákonardóttirMusic composition: Yann LeguayLight design: Gregory RivouxVisual advice: Spela TusarSpecial thanks to: Gaëtan Rusquet, Sandy Williams, Mette Edvardsen, Rósa ÓmarsdóttirProduction: KosmonautCoproduction: DeSingel, MDT Stockholm, Kunstenwerkplaats PianofabriekWith the support of: wpZimmer, STUK, CAMPO