This text was originally commissioned by Weld Company, Stockholm as part of their ongoing process to rediscover, reevaluate, and update the format of the Dance Company. Dancers and choreographers from different backgrounds share a common, daily and physical practice, raising questions on dance and choreography. In 2013 Michael Klien was invited to situate Sediments of an Ordinary Mind, a work that had originally premiered in Ireland (Daghdha) ten years earlier.
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