Slogan for Modern Times

Inga Hákonardóttir Katie Vickers

“Is this really happening? What is it? How do we describe what is happening when we don’t know what it is? How do we experience a space that is constantly dismantling itself, now? “

This is happening now. Stressing the moment before the moment of terror, the now anticipating the following now, two performers insist on the very moment before name-ing and identifying.

How long can we stay present with this unidentified something, before it is named? Inspired by outcasts and strange bodily connections, the performance is a determinate expression of inbetweens.

Bodies, beings, things and codes of communication emerge and create a suitable universe for the undefined viscera. At length Slogan for Modern Times questions the terrifying spaces in between the horrific and the appealing, the pleasurable perversion that is in all of us.

  • Choreography, performance, scenography and music: Inga Hákonardóttir and Katie Vickers
  • Coaching: Eleanor Bauer, Vlad Ionescu
  • Light design: Joris De Bolle
  • Graphic Design: Bert Jacobs
  • Executive production: Kosmonaut
  • Coproduced by P.A.R.T.S and Monty
  • Special thanks to de School van Gaasbeek
  • With the support of wpZimmer


About Inga 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...

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About Katie Vickers

Want to stay connected to Katie Vickers? Have a look at her social media.   Katie Vickers is an American artist who lives in Brussels. She is a 2014 graduate of P.A.R.T.S. and 2010 graduate of The Ohio State University. She has danced for...

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This project is archived


Past tour dates

Bouge B Festival
Antwerp (BE)
Lennik (BE)
Kultuurfaktorij Monty
Antwerp (BE)
Kultuurfaktorij Monty
Antwerp (BE)

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