Screendance Stockholm and the Nordic Fringe Network has curated SOLUS to be a part of the dance film program for Stockholm Fringe Festival (STOFF). The screening will take place in Cinema Zita on 10th of September 2017. The whole selection will tour, meaning that SOLUS will visit Norway (Bergen Fringe Festival, 11.-13.09.2017), Cyprus (Buffer Fringe IV, 11.11.2017) and Australia (Sydney Fringe Festival, 05-10.09.2017). Thanks to The Danish Art Foundation we will be in Stockholm as part of STOFF 2017
We have been waiting long to share this work with an audience and finally it happens… On September 1st you can experience SOLUS at HAUT theatre in Copenhagen as a part of the program at Young Choreographers – the Festival. If you can’t make it you have another chance on the 2nd of September as well. Can’t wait to share it and to celebrate the world premiere on this new work with you
Once again I received a working grant from The Danish Art Foundation, which gives me the opportunity to continue my work and artistic development. I am very thankful for the support and recognition and I am excited to share the outcome of this precious time
I will be attending ICE HOT Nordic Dance Platform 2016 as an independent artist. Looking forward to meet fellow colleagues and friends from all over the world in Copenhagen
We just finished the shooting of SOLUS during our residency at the Lab Stage in Dansehallerne. The work is now in post production and will premiere in 2017. Thanks to Dansehallerne, WHYRED, Wood Wood and Filmgear for supporting the production
I will be attending Tanzmesse 2016 in Dusseldorf. Looking forward to see a bunch of performances and share ideas, experience and knowledge with fellow dance professionals
We have been selected for a residency at Laboratoriescenen at Dansehallerne for the development of a new work, which will be a collaboration between musician and video artist Tim Panduro, dancer Anna Stamp Møller and myself. The title for the project is SOLUS and will include elements of dance, video and sound.
I just received a working grant from The Danish Art Foundation, which allows me to investigate and dig into new ideas. I am very happy and grateful for this opportunity
“…their movement vocabulary ranges from twirling in unison to madcap wheelbarrowing of one another’s bodies across the stage.”
We are very happy for the fine review of WWW by Yi-Sheng from FiveLines. Read the full review here: http://www.fivelines.asia/release-5-0-stage-2-review-by-yi-sheng/
“Danish choreographer Simone Wierod presented WWW, a rhythmically sensitive and slapstick dance performed to a carefully edited soundtrack of weather reports. The two dancers bounced energies off each other with impeccable timing…” ” …I was suddenly very aware of the size of the world I live in.”
Read the full review by Lee Mun Wai here: http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/arts/dance-platforms-growing-pains?&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social-media&utm_campaign=addtoany
It is with great excitement that I can announce that we have been selected to go to Singapore with WWW in March 2016 to take part in the dance festival RELEASE 5.0 at Maya Dance Theatre. We will perform WWW three nights in a row at The Substation from the 10th-12th of March 2016. A big thanks goes to the Royal Danish Embassy in Singapore whose generous support make us able to go there.
I had the pleasure of visiting kibbutz Gaa’ton where the Kibbutz Dance Company is located. Inspired to meet the whole dance community there and not least to follow the rehearsals of the talented French choreographer Martin Harriague's new work PITCH
I just finished a week of intense Gaga and repertoire training at Suzanne Dellal Centre in Tel Aviv with Ohad Naharin and the beatiful dancers from Batsheva Dance Company. Feeling inspired, overwhelmed, refreshed – and sore!
Grateful and honored to receive support from the Danish Art Foundation to go learn, share, be inspired and develop my artistic expression in Israel over the next 30 days. Lots of exciting things and meetings scheduled!
Yesterday was the premiere of my new site specific solo performance IF, which was created during the Sowing Seeds Artist Village Residency. I would like to thank Kaman Art Foundation and all the involved artists, locals and volunteers for the support.
I am very excited to take part in this artist residency in Rajasthan in India in only a few days. It will be two weeks of inspiration, learning, sharing and creating together with a group of very interesting artists from Holland, Singapore, Brazil, Philliphines, Egypt, Bulgaria and India.
We will perform WWW at AABEN DANS in Roskilde, Denmark, where we will take part in Åben Laboratorium on the 24th of November 2015 alongside three other acts. Tickets are for free and still available, so make your reservations now. Looking forward to see you there!
WWW is still touring and now it’s time to go to Amsterdam. We will take part in the Highs&Lows performance night alongside other national and international artist, and it will all take place at OT301 in Amsterdam this Wednesday the 18th of November 2015.