Tove Sahlin

About This Artist

Tove Sahlin has worked professionally as as Performer, Director, Choreographer, Project manager, Workshop leader since 2001 and have initiated, co-created and led many projects, produktions and artistic collaborations.

Sahlin was one of the co-founder and long term project manager of W.I.S.P. – Women in Swedish Performing arts – an established feminist network and for 10 years she was one of the members of the creative collective Bastardproduktion.

Tove Sahlin now divides her time between her own work and commission work for some of Sweden’s biggest theaters and opera houses.

About This Project

In Shake it Collaborations new solo piece dancer and Choreographer Tove Sahlin explores shaking as a movement, emotions and linguistic metaphor. The performance underscores issues about adaptation, empathy and commitment. My Own Bodies is a shaking solo piece for many that shakes it out and invites the audience to a common shake action. The performance premiered at the House of Dance in Stockholm in March 2013 and have since then been performed at Ponderosa Tanzland in Germany, Örebro citytheatre in Sweden, Penghao Theatre in Beijing/ China and Winterpalace/ Wire Monkey in Holy Hoke MA/ USA.

Background photo: Jannica Honey
Performers: Lilith Sahlin & Tove Sahlin

Upcoming Events

Grand re Union

Art Stations Foundation, CounterPulse, Movement Research
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Flyaway Productions
Fri & Sat, Oct 9-10, 7:30pm & 9pm; Thur, Oct 15, 7:30pm; Fri & Sat, Oct 16-17, 7:30pm & 9pm

Archived Events

Mindfulness Meditation

Ramekon O’Arwisters
Mon, Jun 29, 3-3:30pm

Courthouse 2 Compton’s

SF Protest for Trans Economic Justice and Safety
Thurs, Jun 18, 7pm at the SF Federal Courthouse

Matchbox Hyperlink

Andersmith <> Heidi Boisvert
Weds, May 27, 5pm-6:15pm

The Sun as Camera: Cyanotype Printing at Block Fest – EVENT POSTPONED

Anna Rotty & Kristi Chan
Fri, May 15, 3:00pm-5:00pm

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