Juck – Juck loves Lilith
She said that there is power in vibrations, in fragility. That there is power in stories that are told over and over again.
(this is where you meet the gaze of six night hags)
Their castles shall be overgrown with vibrating ornaments, their fortresses with desire and wet undies.
In a pool of holy water within a velvet world, JUCK has fallen in love with the feminist archetype Lilith.The performers move between vibrating hysteria and gentle caretaking, between sacred beauty and demonic fury. Using their gaze they channel the spirit of Lilith. It is with great urgency that JUCK invite you to their universe, a call to reconstruct ideas that have been transmitted across generations, cultures and bodies for way too long. This is a preparation, a ceremony, a dance piece and a party.
JUCK works with its technical roots in streetdance to expand the approach to femininity and sexuality in the field of contemporary performance.
JUCK is a movement, JUCK is sexuality, JUCK is power, JUCK is,
JUCK is about expanding perspectives on femininity and sexuality.
JUCK is a strong voice in the contemporary debates about gender and power structures.
JUCK was initiated in 2012 and has since then been touring theatres, claiming public spaces and social contexts with great success. In 2013 they created the short film “JUCK” that became a viral hit on Youtube. Since 2015 JUCK has performed their full length performance “JUCK” all over Sweden.
Created and performed by:
Feyona Naluzzi Thylander, Shirley Harthey Ubilla, Tarika Wahlberg, Cajsa Godée, Madeleine Ngoma and Emelie Empo Enlund