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AN HOUR WITH: Amalie Bergstein

Dance as a magical and social practice.


Genre: Conversation that immerses the audience in an artist’s practice

Date: January 29th
Time: 10:00-11:00AM
Place: HAUT, Lygten 39, 2400 Kbh NV

The event is free, but please reserve your spot so we know how much coffee to brew. You can book your spot right here:

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Photo: Louise Herrche Serup

For this AN HOUR WITH Amalie will share insights about her love for dance, habits of collecting and constellating, questions of dancing with vs for an audience and how this led her to two new interests: performing for youngsters and pole dancing, although not simultaneously. 

She will also touch upon pleasure elevation (inspired by the teachings of adrienne maree brown), foraging, plant medicine and plant mythology - all of which she considers magic. 

She might bring her collections of magnifying glasses, tea pots and herbs.


Amalie Bergstein Nielsen (she/her) is a dancer and performer based in Copenhagen. She completed her studies in Dance and Choreography at the Danish National School of Performing Arts in the summer of 2019. Since then, she has been engaged in both her own artistic projects and collaborative work as a dancer and performer. She works with dance as a magical and social practice.



An hour of informal conversation, which provides space for short or intense immersion in an artistry or an artistic practice. It is an opportunity to meet artists in an informal setting and gain insight into knowledge that is usually only available to the people who are part of the work process.