sybrig dokter

Weld Company is aiming to rediscover and revaluate the old institution of Dance Company and is updating the Company form through a collective work conducted by one of Weld clearly given structure with room for spontaneous, individual wishes and needs. Dancers and choreographers from different backgrounds share a common, daily and physical practice. The Company will work with invited choreographers, self made works and instigate the Swedish dance history. The members  contribute with and are involved in selecting the content.

Weld Company could be seen as an enabling structure where new constellations and ideas become. The main focus is on the space freed to practice the art form. To become the dancing body, the dancing community and through this pose questions about dance and choreography today.

Weld Company proposes  different scenarios for presentation. Besides the traditional dance contexts, nationally and internationally, the company will
“parasite” on existing structures or work in the gaps between the unestablished and established . For invited guest choreographers, the work could be an opportunity to challenge oneself, to reconsider an older work, or to share an ongoing process.

Within the frame of Weld Company, there is a collaboration with lighting designer Anton Andersson and designer Erik Annerborn. They have both been given the task to create a collection. A set of three different variables of light and costume that invited choreographers and company can choose from.

The season will contain of presentations on a regular basis, in order to create an intense, knowledge generating relationship involving an audience.
The documentation of the work will be gathered and published on this site. A further publication is planned as an extension of the Company with Swedish and International contributions.

Weld Company 2013:

Sybrig Dokter, Robin Dingemans, Marie Fahlin, Sandra Lolax, Kajsa Sandström, Noah Hellwig.
Invited choreographers: Rebecka Stillman, Michael Kliën, Litó Walkey and Efva Lilja.
Costume: Erik Annerborn, Light: Anton Andersson