BamBam Frost is a Swedish dancer and choreographer. She has worked as a freelance dancer and choreographer within the swedish dance scene since 2008, moving in between the club scene, commercial work, music videos, and art insitutitions. She graduated from Stockholm University of the Arts, with a bachelor of contemporary dance spring 2013. And has earlier studied film at STDH.
SORRY, with witch she had her choreographic debut, premiered in 2018 and was the start of an artistic research circling around black entertainment culture within the western context. A continuation of the piece, called So Sorry premiered spring 2019 and toured Sweden together with Riksteatern. Staying within questions of community, entertainment culture and lust she is currently working on a solo work that will premiere in fall 2020.
Besides her own work, BamBam in the beginning of 2019 started a continuous collaboration with choreographer Lydia Diakité Östberg with who she presented Lajv dancing fall 2019. She has also worked as a dancer with Mette Ingvartsen, Alexandra Pirici, Erik Linghede, Marina Abramovic, Paloma Madrid, Mari Carrasco and Lisa Janbell.
Current projects for
Solo Work premiere 2020: This work circles around questions of community, entertainment culture and pleasure. Dealing with the idea of a solo being something one does not do alone and the vulnerability of doing collective actions as a single person on stage. Premiere November 2020 at MDT Stockholm Choreographer BamBam Frost Light design: Anton Andersson Set […]
SORRY Sorry premiered spring 2018 and is a project initiated and choreographed by BamBam Frost, created together with performers Ingrid Mugalu and Bianca Traum. Light designer Anton Andersson, Set designer Lisa Berkert Wallard and sound designer Yared Cederlund. Sorry is an invite to a space where we play with a culture that in many ways […]
Lajvdance by BamBam Frost and Lydia Diakité Östberg Lajvdance is an invite to a collective linedance party with showings, linedancing and snacks! For all ages, no previous experience needed. Photo Marta Thisner