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17th February at 17:00-18:00

Shore in Fossvogur between

Reykjavík and Kópavogur


Tif is an installation, creating an encounter between metronomes and movements of the shore—where human-imposed rhythms and environmental factors interact. The metronome is at once a promise of reliability and a wind vane. 

"I place a metronome on the rocks, right by the shoreline. The day is windy and gray, the waves riding at a steady pace, similar and dissimilar to the metronome. I am interested in the meeting point of human-imposed patterns of movement and rhythm with natural elements, comprising layers of continuity."

Sóley Frostadóttir works as a choreographer and editor. She graduated with a BA in Contemporary Dance Practices from Iceland University of the Arts in 2017, an MFA in Performing Arts in 2022, and holds an MA in Editing and Publishing from the University of Iceland in 2021. In her MA studies in publishing, she specialised in art magazines, artist books, and other publications. Sóley works across disciplines and has presented her work in Mengi and Kúlan at Reykjavík Dance Festival, Reykjavík’s Children Culture Festival, Midpunkt, Gerðarsafn, Reykjavík Art Museum, and Ásmundarsalur.

In addition to her work as a choreographer, Sóley has taught ballet, choreography, and dance history. In 2020, she published the first edition of Dunce, an annual magazine on choreography and performance art, in collaboration with Print & Friends, and took part in Goethe Morph* Iceland.

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