“The Great Learning” är ett Mastodontverk i 7 Paragrafer av den berömde kompositören Cornelius Cardew. Den 14e och 15 juni spelar vi Paragraferna 1, 2 och 5 i Eric Ericsonhallen. (f.d. Skeppsholmskyrkan) Anna Lord medverkar i den nordiska URPREMIÄREN för Paragraf 5! Ett stort kollektivt musik-rörelse-konstverk, en helt unik upplevelse/konsert för både deltagarna och publiken! … More The Great Learning by Cornelius Cardew
Improvised performance in collaboration with Motoko Honda, piano etc, San Francisco, Louise Kvarby, movement, Stockholm, Anna Lord, movement, Stockholm, Johannes Bergmark, amplified objects. … More FROM THE RABBIT-HOLE TO BERMUDA P. 3
Abandoning the studio and theater space.
Turning to nature.
Listening to trees.
Metamorphosing into stone.
Following the ever curving
Slipping on ice,
stumbling on stones,
sliding in snow.
Lying in heather
rain on my face.
soaking in the sun. … More Processing with trees
Concerns before the confrontation.
Contemplation, holding of breath, preparation, cold sweaty hands and reassessment.
Kneeling before the jump. It is an abstract movement piece, a dance solo in which A. Lord danced hirself. It investigating movements of confession, prayer and amends. Performed at the tenth year anniversary of the Vindöga art festival in the small town of Sandviken in Sweden on October 2nd of 2015.”before the amends” … More Before the amends
A video work in collaboration with Jennie Ramstedt.
Instant composition, improviser, performer Anna Lord.
Camera and editing Jennie Ramstedt.
Shown at Konstfack, Stockholm June 2013 and at Nordiskt Forum (New Action on Women’s Rights) Malmö 12-15th of June 2014. … More normbrott
More than this is a video work made in collaboration with choreographer and dancer Malin Ångman to music made for the piece by composer Johan Boberg.
The piece departed in a sense of deep listening.
Where every movement was a response to the other.
Filmed in Gothenburg in December 2008, edited by Anna Lord at EMS, Elektronmusikstudion in Stockholm throughout 2009-2010.
Showed in October 2010 at Fylkingen, Stockholm and at Dansdag at Fisksätra Folkets Hus in November 2010.
Anarchy and dissonance.
Four performance/dance makers gather to explore roles and conventions in a site specific performance at a square at Stockholm Culture Festival.
They chose to locate their performance amongst the people passing.
Enwrapped in their own trajectories with their own personal agendas. People try and make their individual ways through a crowd. With no common goal and little regard for the common well-being, the others needs and whereabouts.
A faceless mass of strangers to jostle through oblivious of the possibility to get met at any level by anyone of these unknown.
The performers stay stuck in their individual routines with rare encounters with one another and the people passing. Momentarily breaking the city code of solitary insolence.
Kept together by electroacustic music played live by Jan Liljekvist and Daniel Karlsson.
Anna Lord in not a movement … More not a movement
Sapiens? is a site-specific dance-piece that was performed in the different Linnean gardens in Uppsala and it’s vicinities during the uncritical celebrations of the swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist Carl Linnaeus (1707–78).
Sapiens? Sought to bring into light that Linnaeus, in their strive to categorize different life-forms also had racist theories. Theories that have had disastrous effects and laid ground for later historical atrocities in the name of racial superiority.
Therefore Linnaeus is not a figure who should uncritically be celebrated but rather to be questioned and used to inform about the swedish colonist, racist past and present.
Linnaeus gave humans the latin name Homo Sapiens. Homo meaning man and Sapiens wise. Looking at humans the piece questions wether wise really is an accurate term when it comes to describing mankind. Hence the question mark in the title Sapiens? Commissioned by the County Council of Uppsala.
Dance: Tove Strandell & Anna Lord. Choreography: Anna Lord in collaboration with Tove Strandell. Music: Belakvartet … More Sapiens?
Live art collective ‘dust’: Louise Kvarby, Karolina Jackson, Anna Lord, Anna-Karin Nilsson and Anna-Tora Jonasson. Performing with electro music duo ‘1000-types of snow’ with Daniel Borgegård Älgå and Johan Söderling. In a site specific peformance at the Arvika Festival. Photo: Jesper Papmehl-Dufay Anna Lord, Anna-Karin Nilsson and Louise Kvarby in dust. Measuring distances and … More Dust