Viktor Fröjd “Var dag”

Street dancers in a series of intense solos

Welcome to a space for dance and community with enchanting improvisations and choreographers challenging one another. A performance bursting with the vibrating presence of a space full of electric bodies – a space where everything can begin.

Var dag is a mix between performance and community. The audience is invited to participate in a room that is a party, a creative process and a social space. A group of dancers with a background in different styles of street dance performs a series of solos where everyone is constantly working with and helping each other, without actually dancing together.

How do you create dance that is honest – dance that is born from the place where you are, takes in the present and really faces its audience? How do you relate to a dance culture that values “authenticity”, but at the same time is expected to perform lust, happiness and community in specific ways?

In street dance the audience is traditionally standing in a circle around the dancers, contributing with their energy and is facing the other visitors. Together they create a cluster that watches over the spark that ignites on the dancefloor. In Var dag we invite you feel that glowing heat in the room, both up close and from a distance.

Viktor Fröjd is a dancer based in Malmö. He is first and foremost a freestyle dancer and most of his performances are based on improvisations. Fröjd has choreographed the french-swedish project La place & Streetstar Sessions, Ett slags mellan and Tugg. He has a bachelor’s degree from the School of Dance and Circus in Stockholm.

Artistic leader: Viktor Fröjd | Light and sound design: Imulto / Ulrich Ruchlinski och Tanya Johansson | Light concept and space: Anton Andersson | On stage: Bianca Traum, Joanna Holewa Chrona, Viktor Fröjd, Yared Cederlund | Photo: Einar Kling-Odenkrants | Produced by: Kulturföreningen Iver | Supported by: Region Skåne,  Malmö Stad, Kultur i Väst, Danscentrum Syd and Dansstationen | Co-produced with Regionteatern Blekinge Kronoberg