One trick that happens sometimes (demo version)
This whole thing is about the very weird feeling and the very core of my imagination. I am trying to show how sometimes everything changes suddenly. And then I start building labyrinths and performing on stages of circus. It is about capturing the sudden surprise that comes after showing a trick without a trick.
Welcome to the rooftop!
See you there, see you there, see you there, see you!
Sudden meetings and sudden topics.
Today the meeting was ok, I said nothing, I said nothing.
It was such a pleasure to meet you.
Did you notice there was a person with a yellow jacket?
Did you notice someone was smiling?
Have you seen the sunlight from the window?
Sometimes I go to places and the sound goes on. There is a sudden performance where no one actually realizes that they are performing. Someone is the audience and someone is the performer. The situation changes all the time. The real world mixes up with the imagination and suddenly I have no idea what is real and what is not. I call it a cartoon world. It lasts around 10 minutes and then it stops. Everything goes back to normal. The sound goes off.
I go to the supermarket. My partner tells me he wants to separate. And the sound goes on.
I take a flight to California. I am climbing up on a track next to the waterfall. And the sound goes on.
It is an urban safari and I am the guide.
Hello, Welcome to the ride of our lives!!!! Enjoy the ride. Ride on.
And the sound goes on. Tip tap.
Miradonna Sirkka is a circus and performance artist, director and performer. Currently she works with plastic tubes (hula hoops), awkwardness and audience-performer relationship specializing in site-specific and interactive works with her multidisciplinary art collective Recover Laboratory.
Miradonna believes in honesty and is ashamed of everything and nothing at the same time. Absurd surrealism hangs over the productions. Anything is possible, just like in an ordinary day.