Photos by © Eva Schmidhuber

Pervasive Magnetic Stimuli 

One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious. - C G Jung

In the latest work of the Berlin-based Icelanding choreographer Margrét Guðjónsdóttir,  she opens up a new and unexplored realm in her choreographic methodology and deepens her distinctive and innovative performance aesthetic even further.

Pervasive Magnetic Stimuli serves as a doorway into the sub- and unconscious. Populated by instincts and archetypes, C G Jung saw the Collective Unconscious as an unconscious field that transcends the personal psyche and having a physical home localised anatomically in the subcortical centres, the cerebellum and the spinal cord. The performance and its supporting methodologies represent a realm where appearances and consciously motivated action are not the lived reality of our lives. Forces equally ancient as current and far greater than all of us are explored through a  language which is marked by an infinite presence that reveals and pervades its environment in the same moment.


Concept, direction, choreography, sate and costumes  

Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir

By and with 
Johanna Chemnitz
Laura Siegmund
Suet-Wan Tsang

Peter Rehberg

Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir
Martin Beeretz

A production 
Margrét Sara Gudjónsdóttir 

in coproduction with 
Inkonst  (Malmö - SE)
wpZimmer (Antwerpen - BE) 
Sophiensaele (Berlin - DE)

Executive Production 
Elena Krüskemper/ Local International 

Something Great  (Berlin - DE)  

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