Rosalind Goldberg (NO/SE) works as a choreographer and is currently a research fellow at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. She graduated from the MA in Choreography at HZT - Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum für Tanz Berlin in October 2014 and at the Ballet Academies in Stockholm in 2007. Her work is based on an interest in the biological and social construction of the body and in methods to explore the murky waters in which they are found. Her recent work focuses on the notion of practice as a way of constructing different logical systems through which bodies might function. Her recent work includes Fake Somatic Practice (2011), MIT (2013), Jump with me! (2016), Immune System Set (2017), and Ruth (2018).
Last year she began a new collaboration with scenographer Signe Becker and composer Ingvild Langgård, with whom she presented the work Still Life at the ANTI Contemporary Art Festival in Kuopio, Finland. Rosalind Goldberg's work has been invited to Impulstanz Festival in Vienna, Tanz im August and a number of venues in Europe. She was nominated for the Prix Jardin d' Europe with her work MIT. Today she is an associated artist of Weld in Stockholm and Skogen in Gothenburg.