Dance performance, Visibly Invisible in Oslo

In 1895 Loie Fuller’s ”Danse Serpentine” premiered in Paris. The entire Parisian art community gathered at the Folies Bergère to see Loie  Fuller dance. In a cabaret theater she exposed her beauty in an enormous dress, twirled into it, and disappeared. She has been called Isadora Duncan and the originator of the modern dance movement.

At the Folies Bergère she performed symmetrical movements in her enormous dress and disappeared a just few seconds at a time. These seconds are the starting point of ”Visibly Invisible”.

«Visibly Invisible» challenges the audience’s access to the dancers. By hiding bodyparts and each other the choreography puts exposure into perspective, inspired by a 100 years old dance performance.

Choreography: Tale Dolven

Dance: Marianne Haugli and Tale Dolven

Tickets at

Location: Black Box Teater

Address:  Marstrandgata 8, Grünerløkka

0566 Oslo

23 40 77 70

23 40 77 71

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