Photographer Sarah Wells 


Ingvild is a Norwegian dance artist. She works as a performer and choreographer across Norway, UK and Switzerland. Ingvild graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (2016) with an MA in Dance Performance as a member of Transitions Dance Company, and a BA in Contemporary Dance (2015). During her time with Transitions she collaborated with choreographers: Theo Clinkard, Dog Kennel Hill Project and Ederson Rodriguez Xavier, with the guidance and support of artistic directors Rahel Vonmoos and David Waring. 


Her interests as a choreographer and mover challenges the use of camera, projection and technology in relation to the physical body and today’s networking culture (society). This is current in her most recent work SMACK, created and performed with Olivia Edginton and Vera Stierli at Gaskessel Bern, Switzerland. Throughout 2016 and 2017 she created a solo work titled In Series, inspired by the relationship between the camera and the self relative to the social media trend the ‘Selfie’, this she performed at Siobhan Davies Dance, the Laban Theatre and Hamar Kulturhus. Alongside her own work Ingvild get a lot of inspiration working as a performer and being involved in other artists processes. She has worked with artist such as; Mattias Sperling, Rahel Vonmoos, Liz Roche, Pell Ensemble and IJAD Dance Company. 

Furthermore her artistic practice has been recognised in Hedmark (Norway) where Ingvild received Sparebanken Hedmarks Talentstipend in 2015, 2016 and 2017.