Camilla Eeg-Tverbakk

Artistic Director Acting
Camilla Eeg-Tverbakk holds an MA in Performance Studies from New York University. She has been active as an artist, curator, writer and teacher within both the performing arts and visual arts. She trained as a performer at École Jacques Lecoq in Paris between 1990-92, and worked as performer and director in the independent theatre scene in Norway until 1997, when she followed up an academic career. Between 1996-99 Eeg-Tverbakk was the artistic and administrative director of Forum for Exchange Between Performing Artists (f.u.s.k.), curating and producing festivals and international guest performances in Oslo as well as workshops and seminars. 

In 2002, Eeg-Tverbakk was the director of Oslo Kunsthall, an independent project gallery. In 2003 she held a position as Consultant of Information at the National Touring Exhibitions Norway, and between 2004-05 she was head of Interpretation and Information at the site-specific project Artistic Interruptions – Art in Nordland. As a scholar and performance theorist Eeg-Tverbakk has taught in national art schools, written articles for the magazines Morgenbladet, Billedkunst and KUNST.  Eeg-Tverbakk is the editor of the book Dans i samtiden (Spartacus 2006), and is working with a book about the Norwegian performance group Baktruppen. Camilla Eeg-Tverbakk also works as a dramaturge for choreographers Ina Christel Johannesen and Karen Foss, teaches performance theory and has been working with audience building at Dance House Oslo.