Anne Elmholt (b. 1993) is a danish performance maker and scenographer. 

The work strives to address the situation we find ourselves in today - social and political - through alternative dramaturgical structures and spaces. Broadly, it might be considered

as post-dramatic theatre and fuses aspects of post-modern 

design/performance with an ability to

convey emotionally resonant insights into the human condition. Meaning is often displaced and as a result, the audience is challenged and encouraged to not just consider their relationship with the work but also the world they inhabit.

Elmholt is exploring different devising methods and staging strategies, involving other fields i.e. science, sociology, anthropology etc. in the process of performance writing as well as developing strategies and structures that further involves the audience as an

active part of the creation process, aiming to create a stronger dialogue between performance art/space, spectators and current issues in society.

Education 

2014 - 2015

Foundation Diploma Arts and Design 

Central Saint Martins College of Arts & Design 

London, U.K. 

2015 - 2018

Ba(Hons) Performance: Design & Practice

Central Saint Martins College of Arts & Design 

London, U.K.

2021 - 2023

MFA in Performing Arts (Scenography)

The Danish National School of Performance Arts 

Copenhagen, Denmark