Tag: Nordberg Movement

Nordberg Movement

NORDBERG MOVEMENT

 works with a select group of independent choreographers and choreographic projects in Sweden. Through co-operations and co-productions the main aim is to strengthen the position of the artform in relation to public space, audience encounters and modes of production. We also work with domestic and international co-production projects, touring and pedagogical endeavours. Nordberg …

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Weld Company

Weld Weld, an artist-run, experimental platform in Stockholm, initiated Weld Company in 2013 – running three months per year. Weld Company is aiming to rediscover and re-valuate the old institution of a dance company and is updating the company form through a collective work conducted by one of Weld’s clearly given structures, with room for …

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Shake It Collaborations

Roses and Beans MISS U My Own Bodies Shake it Collaborations (SiC) is a Stockholm based, internationally working company operating in the fields of performance, dance, theatre and opera. Shake it Collaborations functions as a platform to share artistic ideas and it also provides means for research and a creative context for invited collaborators through …

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Andersson Dance

Triptych photographer: Göran Hallberg Meet the choreographer Andersson Dance is an alternating constellation of artists in the field of dance collaborating with choreographer Örjan Andersson, based in Stockholm, Sweden.  Andersson Dance collaborates with venues and organizers nationally and internationally and invite artists from all over the world to collaborate in new and older creations. Andersson …

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Björn Säfsten

Fictional Copies photographer: Björn Säfsten Lecture Performance Introduction photographer: Idiots Björn Säfsten is a Swedish choreographer based in Stockholm. He created his first work “The adaption” in 2006 and has since continued to create choreographic concepts in various contexts, through Säfsten Production and through commissions. Focusing on the examination of movement as an ambivalent language …

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