Adelina Larsson is a Swedish/Australian dance artist working between Australia and Europe in contemporary dance, physical theater and interdisciplinary practices as choreographer, performer, teacher, curator and producer. She trained at DOCH Stockholm and CODARTS Rotterdam.
Since arriving in Australia 2007 she has worked with David Pledger Not yet it’s difficult, Big hART company, STRUT Dance, Nadia Cusimano, Paea Leach, David Corbet, LINK dance company, Corazon de Vaca, Sarah Kaur, Mia Holton, Legs on the Wall, QL2 Dance, Canberra Theatre Centre, You Are Here Festival, Short+Sweet Dance Festival as Festival Director, Ausdance NSW and ACT as Artistic Director of ACT Youth Dance Festival and Frank Madrid FAMA as assistant to the producer of Leigh Warren and Dancers.
In 2013 she choreographed Oneness - Voice Without Form premiering at the Sydney Opera House celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. That same year Adelina worked with Robyn Archer and the Centenary of Canberra as producer of two commissions - Biami The Creation Story of the Wiradjuri people and SpinWear fashion parade.
2014 she choreographed MURRU Concert opening the Melbourne International Festival on Federation Square and Hipbone Sticking Out both produced by Big hART.
ACT Government’s funding body artsACT has supported Adelina’s choreographic works It’s impossible.., Folding (presented in Stockholm Danscentrum), Resonance 1.1, the stars the stars, No Place and Choreographic Development Platform Strange Attractor.
Adelina is currently based in Perth lecturing Dance at Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
She is a member of the Canberra Theatre Centre’ Advisory Committee appointed by the Cultural Facilities Corporation.