I I I (something flat, something cosmic, something endless)


SERAFINE1369´s performance creates a space for pursuing dreams and becoming aware of one’s body. The performance is part of the URB22 festival program.

  • 10.6.2022 at 18–20
  • 11.6.2022 at 12–18
1st floor, Kiasma Theatre
Tickets: with a museum ticket
Buy your ticket in advance to ensure admission to the museum during the performance.

SERAFINE1369, I I I (something flat, something cosmic, something endless). Photo: Katarzyna Perlak.

About the performance

A work made in a moment when all that was there was this body, its dreams and nightmares and cycles and needs, sensations and wanting. I went mining. I haunt this work. I is a collection of already historical circumstances, remembered and un-remembered. I is a crowd. I is a trick of the light.


I I I (something flat, something cosmic, something endless) creates a communal space where you can pursue dreams and memories and their infinite dimensions or remain in a private sphere. The lights, sounds and haze extend outward from the stage to become part of the viewer’s experience – the way the space is constructed invites the viewer to become aware of their corporeality and the tensions and energies that shape the dynamics of space. 


The body in SERAFINE1369’s practice is physical, communal and responsive to its environment; as a way of being, dance is both intimate and political. SERAFINE1369’s performances are about presence just as much as they are about absence. Through their experiential practice that manifests as writing, facilitation and performance, they explore the ways in which the mechanisms of oppression make identities or entire groups invisible and influence how bodies reproduce dominant and normative conventions.



Concept, text & performance: SERAFINE1369  
Sound design: Josh Anio Grigg  
Light design: Jackie Shemesh
Commissioner: Liverpool Biennial 2021  
Previous presentations: Bluecoat for Liverpool Biennial (June 2021) & Radialsystem for Montag Modus, Berlin (August 2021)  

Location and accessibility

Kiasma Theatre is located on the first floor, at the opposite end of the building from the main doors. The theatre has no numbered seats. Jackets and bags can be left to Kiasma’s cloakroom for free.

The top level of Kiasma Theatre is accessible. We recommend to contact Kiasma’s info before if a place for a weelchair is needed.

URB22 program