Adelina will spend her residency at Erskineville Town Hall doing research to develop her new solo work.
Adelina Larsson is a Swedish/Australian choreographer, curator, producer, performer and educator. She trained at DOCH, Stockholm and CODARTS, Rotterdam. Since moving to Australia in 2007 she has worked with artists like David Pledger (NYID), Yumi Umiumare, Andrew Morrish, Amelia McQueen, Rhiannon Newton, Trevor Jamieson and Bek Conroy and performed/choreographed for performing arts companies presenting at Melbourne Arts Festival, Sydney Opera House, The State Theatre Centre WA, PICA, Nishi Gallery and Fremantle Arts Centre. In 2014-2016 she lectured choreography and contemporary dance techniques at Western Australian Academy for Performing Arts. In 2015 she became Associate Artist of Big hART Arts and Social Change Company working nationally on their projects. She is the founder and director of Strange Attractor - a platform for choreographic research and since 2017 the Associate Artist at Critical Path where she curated Interchange Festival Political Body and guest edited Critical Dialogue No Body.
She recently produced the choreographic Lab Hacking the Anthropocene presenting at the Powerhouse Museum MAAS as part of Sydney Festival 2019.
Image: Adelina Larsson at Monsoon Residency, Bundanon Trust 2015 Photo: Matt Cornell