Helle Siljeholm is a choreographer, performer and visual artist, based in Oslo. She holds a BA (hons) from London Contemporary Dance School in 2003. In 2016 she graduated with an MA in Visual Arts from the Oslo Academy of Art (KHiO). Her artistic practice involves film, installation, choreography and performance. She has exhibited, performed and produced projects in theatres, galleries, and site-specific contexts in Norway as well as in the UK, Germany, Nordic Countries, Middle East, Asia, USA and East Africa. Siljeholm is a recipient of Ibsen Scholarship award (2011), a 3 year grant for younger artists from Norwegian Arts Council (2014) and Hans Christian Osterø´s memory award (2015), received together with colleague Sara Christophersen focusing on a 3 year project for dance in Palestine. In 2017 she has exhibited/presented work in Fotogalleriet (Nordic Anthology), Black Box Theatre (Oslo), Ramallah Contemporary Dance Festival, Golan heights, Jugenstilsenteret KUBE (Ålesund) and Høstscena (Ålesund). In 2018 she will be amongst other create a new work co-produced by Teaterhuset Avant Garden (Trondheim), a pre- project for Munchmuseet on the Move (Oslo) and a solo show for Akershus Kunstsenter (Lillestrøm).
Noder om stein og andre sosiale landskap Jugendstilsenteret og KUBE og Høstscena, Ålesund, Norway 2017 (pictures by Marius Simensen and Helle Siljeholm)
Detail from exhibition: Looking at chemicals. at Fotogalleriet, Oslo 2017. (both photos by Istvan Virag)