TIME HAS FALLEN ASLEEP IN THE AFTERNOON SUNSHINE

 
 
 
 
 

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concept: Mette Edvardsen
with: Aaron Virdee, Adriano Wilfert Jensen, Alexandra Napier, Angela Goh, Bruno de Wachter, Camilla Høg, Caroline Daish, Chloe Fisher, David Helbich, Elly Clarke, Esperanza Gomez Carrera, Ewa Chmielewska, Giota Bibli, Heiko Gölzer, Helena Polasik, Irena Radmanovic, Irini Tsava, Isadora Angelini, Jaanika Tammaru, Jan Kühling, Johan Sonnenschein, Jon Refsdal Moe, Kaarel Targo, Kamil Malecki, Kaija M. Kalvet, Katarzyna Mazurkiewicz, Katarzyna Stankiewicz, Katja Dreyer, Kristien Van den Brande, Kristine Øren, Kristo Veinberg, Laura Niils, Léa Poiré, Lilia Mestre, Lizzie Thompson, Luigi Pignati, Mari Matre Larsen, Marit Ødegaard, Maria Psarologou, Marios Kritikopoulos, Martin Slaatto, Mette Edvardsen, Michealangelo Miccolis, Mihkel Kallaste, Moqapi Selassie, Muna Mussie, Nicholas Von Kleist, Patricia Woods, Philip Holyman, Pivinnguaq Mørch, Rauno Polman, Razan Akramawy, Rhiannon Newton, Rosemary Lee, Sarah Ludi, Sara Masotti, Sébastien Hendrickx, Simon Asencio, Sonia Si Ahmed, Staffan Eek, Tiziana Penna, Tom Engels, Ulf Nilseng, Usama Zurba, Vincent Dunoyer, Wouter Krokaert,...

production assistant: Maya Wilsens
graphic design print: Michaël Bussaer
production: Mette Edvardsen/ Athome & Manyone
co-production: Dubbelspel - STUK Kunstencentrum & 30CC (Leuven), Dance Umbrella (London), Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), NEXT Arts Festival (Valenciennes, Lille, Kortrijk, Villeneuve d'Ascq), Wiener Festwochen (Vienna)
supported by: Norsk Kulturråd
additional support by: Fond for Lyd og Bilde, Fond for Utøvende Kunstnere, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Flemish Authorities
special thanks to: Bibliothèque royale de Belgique/Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België, Sarah Vanhee, Els De Bodt

website: Kristien Van den Brande
images for website (unless credited otherwise): Maya Wilsens

title: "Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine" is a sentence from a book by Alexander Smith appearing in Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (1953).