BamBam Frost “So Sorry”
Music videos, a pink room, Rihanna
We watch music video after music video. Talk about music videos, about what music videos mean, what they have done to us and the way we move. We have danced different dances, dances we hardly dare to show you, but we will show you something completely AMAZING. Thank you MTV for endless inspiration. And thank you Internet.
A completely pink room. Experiences of inhabiting a body that does not pass as the norm.
To see yourself represented among female stars like Beyoncé and Rihanna. Be Inspired by how they move on stage in ways that make their energy reach all the way to the back of an arena filled with tens of thousands of fans. How their costumes, lights and set designs work together to create an experience of something superhuman, almost divine.
To place your own work with your body, your belonging, your journey in that type of movement – to give your work that incredible quality. Place it in a completely pink room.
BamBam Frost s a choreographer and dancer based in Stockholm. In 2013 she graduated from the Stockholm School of Dance and Circus. BamBam has worked with Marina Abramovich, Erik Linghede, Paloma Madrid, Lisa Janbell, Mari Carrasco and Mette Ingvartsen, to mention a few. Since 2008 she is a member of P*fect Dancecompany that have performed in many different music videos, concerts and as a intermission entertainment at Melodifestivalen. In 2018 she was part of Erik Linghede’s performance Drone. The performance Sorry, that So Sorry is based on, was her debut as a choreographer.