V Figurines

An interactive performance exploring emphatic states between women
by Julie Schmidt Andreasen

Kirsten Kjærs museum 8-13 August 2017
Haderslev havn in relation to Life-boats installation  15-16 August 2017
Choreography: Julie Schmidt Andreasen
Dancers: Marie Andersson, Hilde Ingeborg Sandvold,Birgitte Lundtoft, Meleat Fredriksson, Sandra Liaklev Andersen, Sophia Mage
Music: Maria Laurette Friss
Video documentation: Julie Damkjær & Troels Rosenkrantz
Photo: Mikko Seppinen
Costume design and styling: Maia Bindesbøll og Ægirs
Sharings: Dansekapellet, DK, August 2017, Dansens Dag, DK, April 2016, Forsøgsstationen, DK, June, 2016
Supported by: Forsøgsstationen, Nordic Culture Fund, Kirsten Kjærs museum,Dansekapellet


Stedets Signatur 

A collaboration with Birgitte Lundtoft, Tvis Mølle Naturlaboratorium and Amager Naturcenter, investigating movement and nature relationships as a performance duo and with children 4th-6th grade.

Performances and workshops: June, August & September 2017 in Holstebro and Tårnby
Supported by: Holstebro Kommune, Tårnby Kommune & Huskunstnerordningen v.


A collaboration with Tamara Erde incorporating movement and film
exploring imprisonment and freedom as metaphors for embodied states.

Performances: 13-18 May at Horsens Prison,
as part of ‘Freedom Prison’ for Aarhus 2017, European Cultural Capital
Choreography: Julie Schmidt Andreasen

Film: Tamara Erde
Music: Giulia Tagliavia
Photo: Mikko Seppinen
Dancers: Signe Bach Errboe and Julie Schmidt Andreasen
Supported by Institut Francais, Forsøgsstationen, Ægirs &


Human Proportions

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A study of the body as a constantly changing mass. Motifs that recur in J.F. Willumsen’s works is translated into dance sketches to undulating sounds in the context of the exhibition ‘I bølgen blå’.

Choreographed and performed by:
Julie Schmidt Andreasen & Karl Fagerlund
Music by: Andrew Power
Documented on filmcamera & edit: Paul Vernon
Skagens Museum 14-17 July 2016
J. F. Willumsens Museum 24-25 September 2016
Supported by Dansk Skuespillerforbunds Produktions-støttemidler,Dansekapellet, Sound Spec, The Commedia School, Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium


A physical and musical interaction with Bird Nest Installation by Alfio Bonanno. Taking comfort in the sense of belonging in one’s own home. Investigating the nooks and crannies of our nest.

Choreographed and performed by: Julie Schmidt Andreasen & Karl Fagerlund
Music by: Andrew Power
Photo: Emil Andresen
Johannes Larsen Museet, June 2016

My Land is Your Land

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A dance ritual journeying from land to coast.
Workshop performances for children and young people experiencing shifting roles as audiences, performers and creators.

in collaboration w. Birgitte Lundtoft
Land-shape Land Art festival, DK  2015
Kunst ved kanalen, DK 2015
Photo: Tor-Erik Ulriksborg
Supported by BMMK

Above Below

Lille vaeg Total 3

A conversation depicting different physical preconditions as well as metaphysical.

collaboration w. Julie Sparsø Damkjær
live at Cph Alternative Arts Fair, DK 2015
Slagteriet, DK 2015
Boesdal Kalkbrud, DK 2015
Above Below 60 sec film 2015
Music: Jakob Schmidt Andreasen & Rasmus Gram
Lightdesign: Mathias Hersland
Camera: Phillip Engsig
Supported by Boesdal Kalkbrud

Tik Tak Tuxen

A physical meditation on Laurits Tuxen’s painting playing with perception and multidimensionality.

Choreographed with Karl Fagerlund
Music composed and played by Miloud Sabri
Skagens Museum, Denmark 2014
Residency at Clarence Mews, London 2014
Supported by Kulturaftale Nordjylland, LOOP fitness Skagen, Dansekapellet, Skagens Museums Venner, Move Dansestudie

Branches and Bones

Workshops for all ages interested in performing whilst learning. An investigation in the architecture of the body and landscape.

Filmed by Paul Vernon
Vallø Slotspark, DK 2014
Supported by Stevns Kommune


Hula Hoops


About everyday life circularity and when repetitiveness becomes a pleasure.

Music composed by Ehud Freedman
Robin Howard Theatre, London 2014
Supported by The Thanet & Clarence Mews


Filthy Lucre

Based on the theme Cult, the pieces touch upon power relations, obeisance and systems.

Dance quartet accompanied by live music
Bussey Building, London 2014
Supported by The Thanet and Filthy Lucre


A research and performance practice enhancing relationships between fine art and dance. This has led to an installation at LCDS, “The Body Canvas” film screened internationally and live performances in London.

Involving 11 artists with background in fine art and performing art.
London Contemporary Dance School, London 2013






A dance between men relating to the weight of their bodies and the weight of the planet’s atmosphere.  “.. air is pushed into the body by atmospheric pressure that always surrounds you. The actual force that gets air into the body is outside the body.”- Leslie Kaminoff.

Music composed by Ehud Freedman
Robin Howard Theater, London 2012

Electric Kingdom


In a kingdom where each plays a different role and speaks a different language, they all gather for an electric feast.

Music composed and played by Toby Jenkins
London Contemporary Dance School, London 2012


Stop. Stop here

A collage of what was heard on the street processed through movement, spoken words and sound. The piece explores the experience as a passer-by and as an audience whilst we are watching the piece. 

Music composed and played by Toby Jenkins and Irving Rappaport
Robin Howard Theater, London 2011




voice: Per Alvsten
Choreography/Text: Julie S. A
Palladium Theater, Sweden 2008
Photos by Jakob Stig Nielsen, Paul Vernon, Justinas Brikys


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