Köttinspektionen dance

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Köttinspektionen Dans is led by a wish to facilitate processes and relations that contribute to artistic development and spontaneity. There is a lack of platforms and support for artistic research and processes without a finished/fixated product as an outcome. We want Köttinspektionen, as a space, to allow artistic practices to meet, develop and get challenged and therefore mainly invite artists with a process based practice, and works that can develop on site.

ACCESSIBILITY AT KÖTTINSPEKTIONEN

Köttinspektionen offers hearing loop, contact us before your visit. The premises are largely accessible for wheelchair and permobile use, as they are located on the ground floor. Unfortunately the space is lacking accessible toilets. We are working on getting permission to build one.

All of the programme is free of charge. Welcome!

Köttinspektionen Dans is a performance venue and place for experimental dance and choreography in Uppsala, led by choreographers Tove Salmgren and Kajsa Wadhia. Köttinspektionen is an artist-run cultural centre located near the centre of Uppsala, and co-directed with the art collective HAKA and the theatre group Uppsalas fria teater.

The whole program see kottinspektionen.org

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Kajsa Wadhia works as an artist and curator in the fields of performance, text and choreography and holds an MA in New Performative Practices from DOCH, Stockholm University of the Arts, 2015. Together with Maria Stiernborg she forms the performance duo ”The Disengaged Free Jazz Orchestra” developing an experimental artistic practice dealing with neoliberal capitalism, precarious working conditions and the artist as worker. Between 2007-2014, she worked with, and co-directed the performing arts collective Arena Baubo. Since 2016 she co-directs Köttinspektionen Dans with Tove Salmgren, an artist run platform for experimental dance and performance practices.

Tove Salmgren (SE) is a dancer, choreographer, curator and educator. As a dancer she has been active in the scene of experimental dance and choreography since 2002, and since 2015 she has an MA in choreography from SKH.  As a choreographer she’s interested in activating spaces which resist and trouble hegemonic understandings of the social, self, relation, knowledge and art, through performative experiments. Her solo and group works often carries a curatorial approach, as in “We happen things” (with Moa Franzén and Manon Santkin), in collaborations with “The Blob” (with Anna Efraimsson), and when co directing Köttinspektionen Dans, together with the artist Kajsa Wadhia – a platform and venue for experimental dance and performance in Uppsala, Sweden. Since 2018 she forms a performance trio together with Moa Franzén and Kajsa Wadhia exploring the voice as physical materiality and choreographic tool, currently working on a production through residencies at MDT and Weld, Stockholm, with upcoming performances at Art Lab Gnesta and Weld. Since 2017 she is a Lecturer in Perfomative Practices at Stockholm University of the Arts.