One is a solo performance for and by choreographer and performer Kari Hoaas, created in recognition of the continuous global struggle for women’s rights it premiered in 2013 marking the 100th year anniversary for womens right to vote in Norway. One is an extreme physical collage of hundreds of images and representations of women collected from classical and contemporary art, pop-culture and contemporary society. By exposing and then distorting familiar images and representations of the female, the work seeks to challenge the inherent restrictions of gender. The work is created in collaboration with stage designer Carl Nilssen-Love and lighting designer Tobias Leira. Together creating a shifting landscape of textures, levels, forms and perspectives, based on an idea of a frozen landscape, where the frozen ideas of the feminine forms we all know, can melt and disintegrate.