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My Wild Flag is an international dance and performance festival in Stockholm. Consisting of local and international acts and scenarios that propose contemporary choreographic and artistic work. Bringing communities together and joining in social choreographies as well as works devoted for the stage. 


Through the years the festival have compiled, matched and forced a mix of institutions, freelance artists and organisations, the list continuously grows. As one know, there is always so much more than what meets the surface: We are disturbed, concerned and engaged with our locality, a context we are part of building together as well as inviting international actis into. 


MWF2023 is made possible by generous support from The Swedish Arts Council

This year we are co-producing the festival together Dansens Hus and further more collaborating with Stockholm University of the Arts and Hallen in Farsta.


Karina Sarkissova

Organizer & Curator

Karina works with choreography from several sides; dramaturgical, curatorial and other things related to context. She is based in Stockholm, with studies from School For New Dance Development and Dutch Art Institute. Karina is interested in the cultural and political body, and its locality. 

Pontus Pettersson

Organizer & Curator

Working in the expanded field of choreography and contemporary dance, Pontus' work is anything in-between fountain making and cat practicing to curating festivals and dancing. Where hospitality and temporality can be seen as two major choreographic and artistic principles, as well as more open fields of study such as poetry and water. 

Jonatan Winbo

Light Technician

Jonatan Winbo graduated from Valand Academy of the Arts in Göteborg 2009. In his work he explores aesthetics and concepts of reality. May it be enhanced reality, phantasmic reality or disturbed reality. He has been working as a lighting designer in the areas of dance, film, theater, art, contemporary circus, music and performance for many years in cooperation (to name a few) with Jefta van Dinther, Josefin Hinders, Tove Sahlin, Eleanor Bauer, Thiago Granato, Fever Ray, Yung Lean, KIKI, Cullberg, Silver Films, Mint, ccap,, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Corpus - Det KGL. Teater, Strindbergs Intima, and many more.


Hara Alonso

Sound Technician

Hara Alonso is a pianist and composer based in Stockholm. Coming from a classical background, she currently practices a blend of electronic and instrumental music with interactive elements. Her music combines dance, electronica, and experimental aesthetics, resulting in rich, complex, and imaginative sonic landscapes. Movement and physicality play a central role in her creative process, and she collaborates on various dance and circus projects. Her works have been featured at several festivals such as Sound of Stockholm (Sweden), Biennale de Musique en Scène (Lyon, France), S.T.R.E.A.M. Festival (Hamburg, Germany), and Keroxen Festival (Tenerife, Spain). In 2021, her new album 'Somatic Suspension,' featuring piano and electronic music, was released on the Eotrax record label.

Mmabatho Thobejane

Producer and Curater

Mmabatho Thobejane (she/they) is a producer at MDT–Moderna Dansteatern and an independent curator, researcher, and writer currently based in Stockholm. Her multidisciplinary and research-centered practice explores, immerses in, and unfolds, the ‘otherwise’. 

Sara Kaaman

Graphic designer

Sara Kaaman is a graphic designer and artist working through the politics and poetics of publishing as public action and performance. Using a variety of strategies including publication-making by paper and voice, writing, printmaking, drawing and video, she sets up conditions to make language move. 

Sal Reis Trouxa


Sal Reis Trouxa is a plant-based chef working with sustainability, zero-waste and fermentation. They have a special interest in the politics and social aspects around food and culture. Growing up in a self-sustaining community made by their grandparents in rural Portugal, Sal’s roots continuously inspire them to work with food both as a need and as a point of connection and togetherness. In their recent projects they have collaborated within artistic contexts and during the process of ‘Precarious Perspectives’. Sal will be nourishing our work team at My Wild Flag during weekdays. On saturday Sal will bring their new project of Swedish quinoa tempeh to Hallen.

sara kaaman
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