Beck Heiberg

1987 CPH/DK
is a choreographer and performer with a BA in Theater and Performance Studies from Copenhagen University.  He holds diplomas from Juste Debout School and Hotstepper’s Education.

He works in a broad field of theater and performance, but his own original work derives from building concepts up around movement and is often related to personal experiences. He is currently investigating queer- and transpolitical aesthetics in his praxis.

Beck is a member of Dance Cooperative - a platform and workspace for intersectional feminist and artistic practices in Copenhagen. He is furthermore part of the performance duo Cocktail – in collaboration with Sigrid Stigsdatter. He recently choreographed the youth theatre play Jeg er Silas, which was awarded with the Danish national theatre award Reumert.

Beck has received stipends from both Danish Actors Association and the Danish Arts Foundation in support of his artistic practice.

Charlie Laban Trier

1987 CPH/DK and AMS
is a performer and choreographer. He graduated in 2018 from SNDO-bachelor in choreography. He holds diplomas from Hotstepper and Flow’s dance education.

He has and is working with various artists internationally - both as a performer, and in collaborations. His dance background stems mainly from dances connected to house music. Living as a transperson, is further a big Teacher in his thinking/approach to work. He thinks of transness as a technology that helps him craft and complicate material.

He’s a member of Jacuzzi – an artist-run space in Amsterdam where dance/ performance and other time-based media swim together.

Charlie thinks of dance as a slippery matter, and a joker that can instantaneously inhabit many images, seducing its viewers while cheekily sliding out of shape.

He’s interested in spaces where we all have to work through the complications of participation and that calls for every-body’s responsibility for disrupting fixed structures/ideas

Alix Smed Dawids

1996 CPH/DK
is a Copenhagen-based digital designer specialised in interactive and 3D motion design. They have a BA in interactive design from the Danish School of Media and Journalism.

They explore performative femininity within the digital realm, as well as the relationship between nature and technology, constructs and reality.