Det er en sang, der ligner os
Performance in collaboration with Francois-Eric Grodin. We showed a work-in-progress as part of the
installation- and performance-event ”372.835 ord om klima” organised by writer and theatre-maker Marie Bjørn & Other Story.
See more here.
June 2019 - Prague Quadrennial
Folds: a durational performance by Sophie Grodin & Erik Tonning as part of the Formations festival curated by D. Chase Angier & Serge von Arx
20-29th September 2018, The Barbican, London.
MARATHON: A performance by JAMS (Jemima Yong, Alan Fielden, Malachy Orozco, Sophie Grodin) Winners of this year's Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award 2018. Marathon is a project where the storytelling is disrupted, never fully taking shape, as the narrators try to recall an event. Find tickets here!
20th January - 11th February 2018:
Kosmologym is an experimental performance gym taking place at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning. See more here
14th January 2018:
14th January marks the day when Kosmologym will begin. Walking in a parade of sound and objects that eventually will constitute the Kosmologym (exhibition) we will transport the plants, stoneheads, basketballs, treadmills, jenga blocks, instruments and much more from Nordhavn to Østerbro.
Through this movement a spacious temporary relationship between humans and others will be created and land in Den Frie Udstillingsbygning at Østerbro. Through simultaneous chaos and thoughtfulness / attention this image will be sunk into the ground at Den Frie Udstillingsbygning to sounds of drums, violins and voices. See more here:
17th November 2017:
A sharing of the performance Marathon with JAMS: Jemima Yong, Alan Fielden, Malachy Orozco and myself at the Barbican's Pit Theatre in London. Marathon is won the Oxford Samuel Beckett Price 2018. More info on this project to come soon!
13-15th October 2017: I'm performing in Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen's performance Mikado at the Live Art for Børn festival at Sort/Hvid, Copenhagen. See more here
5 & 6th July 2016: Leading a workshop with Karen Christopher called: Something from nothing - a live performance composition workshop at Chisenhale Dance Space
7th & 8th July 2016: Performing preview of miles&miles at Chisenhale Dance Space 7.30pm.
The 7th, 8th and 9th April 2016 I will be performing a version of Alan Fielden's performance Midpoint at April Wernham's performance event DANCE (HOME) LIKE THE WORLD IS ENDING : "a series of texts set to a soundscape of field recordings interwoven with live happenings…"
To launch her new self-published book 'Dance Home', April has created a live experience with the following:
a lost astronaut // radio-transmission //
countdown begins // faceless limbs //
techno // lazers // fog // projection
ritual // fever // celebration // dancing // glitter // and your guts //
Book tickets here.
I'm also working with Karen Christopher to finish our piece, miles&miles - keep an eye on this very page to see when we will be performing...
3rd February - Roehampton University: Heading for the Horizon: the composition of a performance
"Karen Christopher and Sophie Grodin are two people standing at the edge of a landscape, tied to opposite ends of a 100-meter rope they hop, skip, cajole, and reminisce about other people’s lives. They are devising a performance duet: miles & miles. They are stepping back from the edge to give a performance lecture on the results of their 3-day residency in DTP’s Studio 5. "Some things have to be imagined before they can become real."
January - Performing for KIT Theatre's Inspiration Days: Adventures in Learning for children in Key stage 1 and 2.
15th August - ROOM
6-9PM, Museum of Contemporary Art London
GROUP ROOM experience for 12 participants, in collaboration with the artist Adam James as part of the Parade for Peckham research project. This will involve a series of physical and verbal exercises leading up to a blindfolded group performance.
Tickets available here.
1st August - ROOM
DIG closing party - FAREWELL OLD ROAD
An all new performance piece, ROOMxROOM will be debuted at DIG's final closing party in Lewisham. Collaborating with Peter Cattermoul (Teleman) and Michael Lovett (NZCA Lines) on sound and music, April Wernham on live illustration, Ed Rapley on the mic as commentator, Max Morris Doherty (PUWABA) providing oily liquid light projections.
Double-bill with Lucy Hutson.
More information about the festival and the other artists here
20th March - miles & miles (work-in-progress) : Buzzcut Glasgow, The Pierce Institute
Buzzcut // 18th-22th March glasgowbuzzcut.wordpress.com
17-19th July - ROOM
Latitude Festival, Wellcome Trust Hub / Membus
ROOM performed on the Memrise bus at Latitude Festival 2015, supported by the Wellcome Trust
30th May - ROOM Harrogate Theatre, 2's Company Festival
(more information here)