Rosalind Goldberg graduated from the MA in choreography at HZT – Inter –University Center for Dance Berlin October 2014. She is born in Norway, raised in Sweden and based in Berlin and in Stockholm where she is working within several collaborations as well as alone. She is interested in the notion of practice as a way to construct different logic systems through which bodies could function. Since 2009 is she co-produced by the venue WELD in Stockholm where she lately developed and presented the projects Fake Somatic Practice and MIT. With her workMIT she was invited to Impulstanz Festival in Vienna and nominated to the price Prix Jardin d’ Europe. In 2014 she worked with artistwin deufert&plischke in the project Niemandszeit and started a new production with Sandra Lolax and Stina Nyberg, with whom she has been collaborated with since 2008.

As a dancer and performer Rosalind has worked with, among others, Ingri Fiksdal, Anne-Mareike Hess and Mårten Spångberg. She is a co-founder of the organization BLINK where she curates workshops and lecture series. 


Malin Astner is a dance artist based in Malmö and she is currently working as teacher on the faculty at the Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen. More info on: and


Emma Nordanfors works with choreography in a wide understanding. A part from choreographing performances for the stage she has produced choreographed bike tours, boat trips, physical installations and also written drama. Emma travels between Berlin, Copenhagen and Karlskrona.


Thérése Nylén is based in Berlin. Her dance practice spans from solo work over writing to teaching. She likes to think of dance as being as transformative and abstract as the thought is in relation to movement. Collaboration with artists from various fields is important to her and result in dance performances, films and exhibitions. Thérèse absolved a BA at AHK(Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten) and an MA at HÜZ(Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz) in Berlin.

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