In MM, Ludvig Daae does a virtual duet with himself. We are invited to see how Ludvig is
negotiating with and relating to himself on film in an artistic process where he is both
the creator and the performer.
MM plays with how the choreographer is present during the performance and an
objectification of the dancer on stage. As MM progresses, new layers appear. The film
gets its own role as the language of the film shows a display of things that are
impossible to recreate live on stage. Film director Joanna Nordahlʼs voice grows as the
performance goes on, and the artistic choices she made while editing the film gets more
Is the movie a part of the solo or a comment on the solo, and in that case; where are
the borders of the solo? Are both the film and the live solo two halves of a whole?
From the two versions of the same person, whom do you relate to the strongest? Is it
possible for the live solo to function on its own, without the film, or is it dependent
on the film as a commentary and filter? Are things happening live for the film to be
able to comment on it, or is the film commenting to justify what is going on live?
Concept and idea, choreography, dance: Ludvig Daae.
DoP, film direction, editing, sound: Joanna Nordahl.
B-photo, production assistant, press photo: Karolina Bengtsson
Sound recording: Martin Lindström.
Grading/post: Johan Wik.
Electrician: Mattias Montero.
Music: Lune, John De Lira Lindberg.
Studio queen: Jenny Herrlin.
Technique: Katti Alm.
MM was created for, and co-produced by fesvial:display.
With the financial support of: Arts Council Norway