“Yoga and Presence” v. Line Loklindt Christensen
The experiment is based on yoga and mindfulness, and the communication of these to be used as mental preparation before or during a stage performance. Language and expressions are developed over the ten times the experiment takes place.


“The choreography of communication” v. Ellen Kilsgaard
An investigation into what happens when you simultaneously “listen” and “respond” through movement. This input/output synergy is expressed in the response movement, where the responder’s eyes are closed. The experiment worked with intuitive movement based on the recipient’s communication.


“Human Gallery v. Tora Balslev
An investigation into the use of imagework and how to bring dance and a sculpture gallery together in an installation.


“Project K” v. Tea Rønne and Ditte Laumann
The purpose of the experiment is to investigate a clown in identity crisis. The “doppelganger motif”, where both performers play the same role, is examined. Through this, different sides of the same character can be explored non-verbally and comically. This includes investigating which tools best convey identity confusion.


“Sitespecific on and around the Experimental Station” v. Asterion House


“Causal Juggling” v. Samuel Gustavsson
A development of a working method to translate “juggling mindset” into choreography and “choreography mindset” into juggling. It explores whether these can be combined so that dance is experienced as juggling, juggling as dance and object installations as juggling choreography.


“Crying Together Now – House of Kittens” v. Adriano Wilfert Jensen
A search for a dance that can open up all the many things you don’t know. A further development of a method that works with the performer constantly questioning what he/she is doing.


“Anti-music” v. The Olske Orchestra
An observation of what happens when you seriously pursue something you can’t.


“Take a theme” v. Theater Patrasket
An experiment in playing with themes as a starting point for creative processes. An exploration and discussion of theme as a starting point for the creative process of theater, through the questions: What makes a good theme? When and under what conditions does the theme serve as an inspirational starting point?
What are the interactions between theme and form?


“Non-linguistic communication and language” v. Ellen Kilsgaard
An exploration through the work with improvised dance and conversations, setting tasks that sharpen non-linguistic contact and let language in, and through the playfulness of movement impulses.


“D.Y.R.” v. Jens Bäckvall
An investigation of intention and emotional expression in physical improvisation and the meaning and emotion-creating effect of diverse music on the same physical phrase.


“Artaud vol. 2” v. Kristian Husted


“Choreography and Design” v. Julie Forchhammer and Ingrid Tranum
Choreographic and design research project in the relationship between dancer and costume.