Choreographer and dancer, studied dance at IAA in Reykjavík and choreography at ArtEZ in Arnhem, graduating in 2008. She also holds a MSc in Economics from the University of Iceland. Katrín is interested in resonance, rhythm and how labour intensive choreographies reveal the relationship between action and its affect. She has toured internationally with her work since 2013.
Makes, directs and performs. Saga studied dance from early age in her native Iceland, later pursuing a BA in Dance-Making at ArtEZ (NL), another BA in Theology at the Iceland University, and in 2017 an MFA in Performing Arts at the IAA (IS). Alongside her choreographic practice -collective and solo- Saga has been a faculty teacher at IAA, has lead numerous workshops and classes in various contexts for professionals as well as amateurs, is board member of Reykjavik Dance Festival and Reykjavik Dance Atelier and vocalist/dancer in The Post Performance Blues Band.
Sigurður Arent Jónsson
Graduated with a BA in Contemporary Performance Practice from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2010. A performer and maker, Sigurður Arent has worked internationally since 2009 when he first performed here at K3 in Begüm Erciyas' residency performance, "Ping Pong". He is interested in movement and the body as an instrument of affections and affect.
Graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels in 2012 and holds a MA degree in Applied Culture & Communication Studies from The University of Iceland. Védís has worked with various choreographers as well as The Icelandic Dance Company. She has been teaching at the Academy of the Arts in Iceland and is a board member of The Reykjavík Dance Festival. In 2017 and 2018 she was nominated as Dancer of the Year by the Icelandic Performance Arts Awards.
Visual artist and performer
Visual artist and performer. He has a BA degree in fine arts from Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, 2012. In 2016 he graduated from Dutch Art Institute with a MA degree. In his work, which he works with Peter Sattler (AT), their practice researches into individualism, selfhood, authenticity through many sources of friction. Kristinn lives and works between Brussels and Reykjavík.