Where the audiences are invited on a journey to
View a story or a visual poem.
Where the boundaries between visual art, music,
contemporary dance choreography and Theatre are

Performers: Hjörtur Jóhann Jónsson & Sigríður Soffía Níelsdóttir

Björk Viggósdóttir graduated from the Art Academy of Iceland in 2006 and has since produced a number of videos and installations. Prior to working in the visual arts, she was as a keybordist, bassist and singer for the band Lúna. In her general practice Björk deals with visual images, emotions, sounds and sensations in a similar way to what occurs involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of live, whether in dream or at wake. Björk works with colors, emotions, signs and other things from the everyday, which she brings to other dimensions by creating for them new perspectives and settings. In her art Björk likes to encourage her audience to use all their senses for viewing her work by using combinations of different media in her works. She has exhibited her work across Europe, the United States and in Iceland where she frequently collaborates with musicians, dancers and other artists in both solo and group exhibitions. Recently she has collaborated with choreographers/dancers Sigríður Soffía and Snædís Lilja in several projects.

Sigríður Soffía graduated from the Icelandic Art Academy, Department of Dance in spring 2009 and did an exchange programme at the Circus school ESAC, Brussels. She choreographed and directed Uniform Sierra, which was voted the best dance short film at Actfestival ‘09, Bilbao and viewers’ choice at Reykjavík Shortfilm festival in 2008. Selected dance projects include Bakkynjur (2007), National Theater, Reykjavik dir. Giorogs Zambulakis, choreographed by Erna Ómarsdóttir. Wearing Weather (2009) Reykjavik Art Festival, Nordic House (with Snædís Lilja in Björk Viggósdóttir’s installation). Lady’s Choice? (2009), Batteríið, Reykjavík, Fresh Meat (2009), Leikhúsbatteríið, Reykjavik (with Snædís Lilja). She is currently taking part in Erna Ómarsdóttir’s Teach us to outgrow our Madness (2009) that premiered in Brest, France.