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Skisser i bevegelse - SIB 

SIB is an organisation based in Hamar, Norway. The board is formed by 4 members and the SIB Lab is managed and administered by Annette Brandanger. Our mission is to join dance artist together to collaborate through creativity and exploration. 

Org nr: 912 484 726 (stiftet 2013)

Our collaborators: 

Teater Innlandet


SIB Dance Lab

Every year SIB organises a Lab event for professionals. The project takes place in Hamar, Norway. Read more

The Team

Annette Brandanger (AD)

Michelle Flagstad (Producer)

Artistic committee 

Anders Engebretsen

Line Joten

Maria Lothe

Ingeborg Bjerke Styve

Track Record of workshops @ SIB-Lab through the years:

Francesco Scavetta ( IT)/ Cancelled due to Covid-19 


Frida Vorgaard (NO)

Ragnhild Reinsberg (NO)

Hillevi Larsson (NO)

Embodied Practice (UK/ FR) 

Terje Tjøme Mossige (NO)

Hagit Yakira (IL)

Walk lola Walk (GR)

Thomas Goodwin (UK)

Iona Kewney (UK)


BodyCartography (US/NZ)

Scarlett Perdereau ( FR/ UK)


Heloise Gold and Kristin Norderval (US/NO): Deep body listening.   


Cecilie Sleppen Ålskog (NO):


Janne Camilla Lyster (NO) 


Manuel Ronda (IT)


Suzie Davis and Mattias  Ekholm (UK/ SE): DEED 


Sua Rusten (NO/ TH)

Marianne Kjærsund (NO) 

Gabby Rose (AU)

Helle Moum Levang (NO)

Karen Høybakk Mikalsen (NO)

Jorge Crecis (UK/ES)


Photographer Jesus Rubisco (UK/ ES)


Stella Howard (UK)

Maren Wedøe (NO)


Gull Øzger (NO)

Mirela Kolo (CH)


Annette Brandanger (NO) 


Alenka Herman (UK/SI)

A brief history of SIB-Lab

The SIB Project started in 2009 when two local dance practitioners called upon their network from  previous student years and created a laboratory for movement creation in their home town of Hamar. SIB stands for "Skisser i bevegelse" translated sketches of movement. The Idea is to create a space where movement can be researched, explored, created, reconstructed, where dance practitioners from different culture and background can meet, exchange experiences and thrive. 

SIB grew to become and organisation in 2013 and is now run by 4 board-members. 

The main activity for the organisation is to run the SIB Lab each summer, in addition we also organise weekend workshops, daily training and choreography. 

SIB artistic outreach work: 

In 2016 SIB created it's first choreographic work as collaborators. the choreographers Annette Brandanger and Cecilie Sleppen Ålskog created a Site-responsive piece which was part of an Art Trail. The choreography is recognised by the name of "TYGGIS,BESTEFAR,KJÆRLIGHET- jeg tenker ofte på universet og hvordan det hele henger sammen" 

The project participated at TILT Innlandet/ Panta Rei. The project was called Ung i stange and involved a collaboration of professional dancers and young dancers.

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