Platform is an artistic exchange of experience in word and practice of experimental projects, where we try to get to the core of the individual experimental work, but subsequently in a common plenary also seek to talk about trends and bigger lines.

All participants will have 40 minutes each to present their work, which can be done through storytelling and showing pictures and films – if possible, we encourage participants to show/engage the audience in a practice exercise from the experimental work, which can extend the storytelling in a sensory direction.

We break in the middle of the day with soup and bread.



Lotte and Øyvind

Artistic Directors at the The Lab station


Saturday d. December 9, 2023, 10 am – 2:30 pm at the Experimental Station

Presenting trials from June to December 2023.

If you would like to take part, please register by 5 December at



Maj Rafferty

– Can you write a script and perform a play in a gender and ethnicity neutral way?

Trial: 20.6.23 – 30.6.23


Lene Kreilgaard

Anorexia; my best friend, my worst enemy
How do we explore the physicality of eating disorders based on autobiographical material to uncover and elucidate the psychomotor roots of body dysmorphia.

Trial: June – August 23


Nina Hansen

Emotional Landscape
– How can I be concrete and approach the work without getting lost in the flux, be able to hold the feeling, make it clear, but still alive in the moment?

Trial: 24.8.23 – 30.11.23, every Thursday.


Tim Matiakis

Us Us / Us Else / Else Us / Else Us / Else Else Else –
How do you create a choreographic work with kinesthetic empathy as a choreographic principle?

Trial: 4.9.23 – 10.9.23









Saturday d. June 8, 2024, 10 am – 2:30 pm at the Experimental Station

Presenting trials from January to June 2024.

If you would like to participate, please register by June 5 at


Alvilda Faber Striim

Hreyfð – an instrument that makes sound through movement – How can a wearable electronic instrument make new connections between movement and sound?

Trial: 30.5. 24 -31.5.24 and fall 24

Kirstine Lindemann

Between Strings – The audience and the space
– How can we expand the sound installation, Between Strings, to include a mobile scenographic element that musicians can interact with and that can open up the space for – and the relationship with – the audience?

Trial: 6.11.23 – 16.11.23


Max Wallmeier

Smooth Oscillator
By meshing together our respective approaches, what new choreographic methods and physical practices can we generate that allow us to oscillate between multiple possible meanings?

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Maya Dalinsky

Ode to Alone –
Experiments with solo practice, inspired by a desire to research and question: What is this solo practice that I have sustained for so many years, and where might it lead me if I invest in it more?

Trial: 15.1.24 -28.1.24


Mira Noltenius

Beatrice Visits Islands Beginning with ‘B’ –
How can I physically, vocally and performance-wise work with and express the concepts: Waves, Biodiversity, Jewelry & Boxes, 4 Islands with ‘B’ and merge the work with visual art based on layer upon layer/cut after cut techniques as if I were creating a painting or a sculpture.

Trial: 1.1.24 – 12.1.24


Sara Gebran

A Research on Art and Earth Jurisprudence – for The Forests Trial. – How to contribute to the task, to find a more horizontal representation of the relation between human and none-human actants in order to be more faithful to the style of action pursue by each exiting element in the world, hopw to do that while promoting greener forms of human culture?

Trials: 6.5.24 – 12.5.24 and 20.5.24 – 25.5.24


Ellen Kilsgaard

What the eye does not see. – How can we work with all senses other than sight and create a musical/choreographic work that is also accessible to the blind?

Trials: 29.4.24 -30.4.24 and 1.5.24 -2.5.24


Ottavia Catenacci

YOUR HEART OUT – How can fandom – as the movement between the fan and the idol, as practices of worship, and as a vent – outburst and become dance and a place of sharing?

trial: 18.3.24 -31.3.24


Nadja Mattioli

TENDER-a research into caring choreographies How can care be translated into movement and choreography, both in relation to the performers and the audience/participants?

27.11.23 – 10.12.23 and spring 24


Kristian Refslund
Abrupt disorientation of the selfI will try to describe the physical stage of being between two places in life or stages in the body or thoughts etc. And so on.

Trial: 29.4.24 – 5.5.24