BRAVO TOGA: The Doggy Style Project

Picture: ©Jonas Jörnberg

 

The Doggy Style project is the final chapter in BRAVO TOGAs “Slut-shaming trilogy”. The piece dissects our depiction of “the slut” through written and choreographed movement between sexual objectification and subjectification and maybe a third perspective. With this performance piece BRAVO TOGA also wishes to embrace “the doggy style’s” ambiguous symbolism between erotic tension and practical investigation.

Treat yourself with this blast of empowerment in an unsexy medieval atmospehere with a little bit of self-reflection. Please join us when we dig our deepest into the landscape of food-crushing, doggy-styling as inverted cat-calling, subjective and the objective gazes and the blood splattered herstory of sexual scapegoating.

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Instruction, concept, idea, performed by BRAVO TOGA
(Anna Kuusamo, Lena Bondeson and Sara Ribbenstedt)
Sound and participating on stage Bernt Karsten Sannerud
Set design Linn Henriksson Stååt
Light design Heiđa Kristín 
Text Olivia Schrøder
Technician Amanda Lebert
Producer Alexandra Olsson
Production support Sara Bergsmark
Creative consultation Linda Forsell

 


Funding

Kulturrådet – Swedish Arts Council
Konstnärsnämnden – the Swedish Arts Grants Committee
Stockholm Stad – City of Stockholm
Nordisk kulturkontakt – Nordic Culture Point
Koneen Säätiö – Kone Foundation

Performances at Viirus
5.9 at 19:00
6.9
at 14:00 and 19:00 

Performance duration
1 h 30 min

Performance language
Swedish, Finnish, English


 16 € / 12 €

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 7.9
The Great Evening of Lectures

Workshops, lectures  and small events dealing with subject ‘sexuell shaming of femininities and subjectivity of sexuell expression’.

The event on Facebook

Bravo Toga is a Nordic company formed in 2014 and consists of Lena Bondeson (DK), Anna Kuusamo (FI) and Sara Ribbenstedt (SE). The group experiment with different forms av performative elements but have a strong passion for movement, club music and costume. Their works subject matters often revolve around themes linked to femneinities.

The Doggy Style Project on Facebook

Bravo Toga’s website
www.bravotoga.com