Premiere May 18th 2021 Buy tickets


An unusual dance piece about the relationship between humans and soil

HØST (HARVEST) is an unusual dance-performance that expresses the relationship between human beings and soil.

The performance is produced in collaboration with two Danish villages from the western part of Denmark and is created by various artists that have a personal relationship with this region.

The piece deals with the themes of physical labour, social structures, agriculture and the political ideologies that shape the landscapes around us. The focus is on the body’s physical tilling of the soil and the intentional, as well as the unintentional ecosystems that develop in connection with the soil’s cultivation.

Recoil performance group involves local citizens as co-creators of the piece. For example, citizens help Recoil grow the crops that are used on stage. Through conversations, we will explore the different rituals and celebrations that exist around the concept of harvesting and how this is influenced by ideas of fertility, sustainability and ecology.

HØST (HARVEST) is a highly unconventional piece where you will experience a performative interpretation of the harvest of living crops on stage.


Performance dates, Denmark
Stadil-Vedersø 18. – 19. May – BOOK TICKETS AT BILLETTO
Landsbylaboratoriet in Idom, Odinteatret 21. May – BUY TICKETS
Sjælør Kirke i Cph SV, during CPH Stage 27. May – 5. June – BUY TICKETS


The performance is set to premiere in the spring of 2021

Choreographer: Tina Tarpgaard

Dancers: Hilde I. Sandvold and Jossette Reilly

Composer: Lars Greve

Music Producer: Jakob Høyer

Light designer: Andreas Buhl

Sound technician: Mikkel Larsen

Costume designer: Inbal Lieblich

Photographer: Fryd Frydendahl

Production Manager: Karl Sørensen

Producer: Carlos Calvo

PR: Ida Fredericia

Icon Photographer: Søren Meisner

The performance is created in collaboration between recoil performance group and Resonerende Rum.

Supported by the Danish Arts Foundation, Bikubenfonden, The William Demant Foundation, The Wilhelm Hansen Foundation, The Augustinus Foundation and the municipality of Copenhagen.