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Liv Edginton,   Maria Lothe,   Ingvild Marstein Olsen,   Hannah Parsons

STICKY Productions is a collective of queer, female, dance artists based in Norway. Their practice delves into the bodily and the sensitive, the playful and the peculiar. Using the receptive and expressive body to investigate their subject matter, their performances play between literal and abstract to offer audiences proximity to imagination and opportunity to kinesthetically absorb stories.


The artists met at Laban in London, and share a drive to create environmentally conscious work that centres new or untold narratives. Between 2020-22, STICKY created their first work Økohelter, which by the end of their Dansenett Norge tour in 2024 will have played 100 times. STICKY is currently in development of their new dance work OOZE, approaching nature from a Queer Perspective. Through an imaginary,  sensory, and somatic journey into the world of slugs, we invite sexuality, sex, fluidity and transformation into the room.


In 2024 ​Økohelter was nominated for 2 Hedda awards in the categories Best Children's Performance and Best Dance Performance.

In 2023 Økohelter was nominated for Sustainability Hero of the Year by Scenekunstbruket's Guljerven Awards.

STICKY Productions were part of 2023-24 cohort of the international residency programme, Moving Identities in the development of OOZE.

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Producer Ida Frømyr Borgen

Ida is a dance artist, teacher and producer based in Oslo, with extensive experience working with and towards children. 


As a producer Ida has worked with choreographer Ingri Fiksdal (NO) and Rom for Dans w/Caroline Wahlström Nesse, Camilla Myhre and Marius Kjos (NO), as well as the dance collectives Ompaniet (NO) and Kunstgress (NO). 


Ida has a BA in dance with pedagogy from The Norwegian College of Dance in Oslo (2010) and a two year degree in choreography and improvisation from Skolen for Samtidsdans in Oslo (2014).


Producer Marte Golten

Marte has her degree in dance from The Ballet Academy in Stockholm (2018) and Spin Off in Oslo (2015). After working as a freelance dancer for three years, Marte continued her education, and this spring graduated with a BA in Project Management, The Art and Creative Industries from Westerdals / Kristiania University College (2024). 


Marte has worked as a producer within performing arts since 2021, as well as having various roles within cultural production for festivals such as Miniøya, Trænafestivalen and Ice Hot Nordic Dance Platform. Marte also has a long experience as an event manager for SALT Art & Music, and has also worked on different TV productions. In the time coming, Marte will be working with CODA 2024, as well as being the producer for OOZE by STICKY Productions, and other artists in the contemporary dance field.



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