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Again The Sunset is identity multiplied over and over again by what it touches. It moves. It is a song, a speech, a story... It is a hard rock made hard when you hold it. It is quiet. And then it gets so loud...
We work to continue and continue to work, we move what needs to be moved and sing what needs to be sung about deceptive stones, dubious clouds and hopeless histories of love. Working to work and moving to be moved is active hopefulness chasing reward.
Not hopeless at all, physical and emotional labour prepare for a friendly combat. They nudge, they push, they pull and then high five as they know they are stronger allies when the storm comes down.

A love song is given a new shape.
A concert is moved.
A dance appears and a body recalls stories from the past.
We think in song
we sing in thought
we work to work to work.
We work to work to move to move to be moved to be moved to be moved.
We are sitting in the sun,
The sun is setting,
We are the sunset.
We the colours between yellow and red,
We are the sunsets, every single one.

With Brussels as her home base Inga Huld Hákonardóttir has been navigating between the rolls of performer, dancer, choreographer and musician since her graduation from P.A.R.T.S in 2014. Working extensively with Rósa Ómarsdóttir they created several works together including 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 also in collaboration with choreographer Rebecka  Stillman. Again The Sunset is her most recent work, created in collaboration with Yann Leguay. 
  • Concept choreography and performance: Inga Huld Hákonardóttir
  • Musical composition and performance: Yann Leguay
  • Scenography: Inga Hákonardóttir and Yann Leguay
  • Light design: Gregory Rivoux
  • Artistic advice: Gaëtan Rusquet
  • Special thanks to: Lucille Calmel, Sandy Williams, Mette Edvardsen, Rósa Ómarsdóttir, Théophile Gay-Mazas, Aymeric de Tapol, Zakaria Almutlak, Clive Mitchel
  • Executive production: Kosmonaut production
  • Management and production: Pianofabriek
  • Co-production: DeSingel, MDT Stockholm, KWP- Pianofabriek
  • With the support of: CAMPO, wpZimmer, STUK, BUDA
  • Photography: Stanislav Dobák
  • Steel heart poster: Auður Anna Kristjánsdóttir