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Still water makes no change
Moving water moves

I`d like to be a vortex of moving tradition & powerful ideas creating passage to the unknown

- HallGrim -

WINNER OF THE SILVER PRIZE OF PERFORMING ARTS, PRIX ITALIA 2013 FOR:

Hallgrim Hansegård, artistic name "HallGrim", (1980) is a choreographer dedicated to the art of moving. His works are performed in 29 countries, censored by the catolic church of Italy and awarded the Silver Prize of Performing Arts in Prix Italia 2013 and«Best Choreography» of Eurovision Song Contes 2009. He is also national champion in the Norwegian traditional dance, halling, in 2011-2013.


HallGrim has choreographed for tv, theatres, orchestras, wall dances and performance arts. By National Geographic he is described as «wildly inventive» and by NRK as a «new-thinking choreographer with a strong will of doing his own things».

HallGrim is trained as a video artists in Italy and has shown animation arts at the Biennal of Venice and at Norwegian cinemas and festivals. He often has an archeological approach to innovation and has won the Norwegian Championships of traditional dance twice in a row. Parts of the last year he has spent in a Chinese kung fu temple exploring the non-verbal communication in between traditional movement artists. HallGrim founded Frikar Moving Arts in 2006.

HallGrim is currently recieving the Norwegian governments grants for artists for his research on border crossing choreograpy. He is also writing a book on his project "8". In 2013 he is touring solo on international stages like Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona, Potsdam and Celtic colours in Canada. His ensemble pieces are touring contemporarily with Frikar Moving Arts.


NRK`s documentary about Hallgrim Hansegård, "Frikar in Dragons temple" was released 12.12.12

Watch Hallgrims latest dance movie ("8 møter") here, collaboration with NRK, 26 minutes


The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation about Hallgrim Hansegård