Margrét Sara co- founded the production house Panic productions in Reykjavík Iceland. A production house active from 2004-2009 which produced and initiated collaborative performance works with foreign invited artist. She has produced and toured internationally with work under her own name since 2010 and currently lives and works in Berlin. Displaying the politics of intimacy is a core theme within her choreographic work while working with and exploring pathologies of the social political body within our own bodies.

Margrét Sara has collaborated with a consistent team of performers over the last years and the soundscapes which accompany the works are exclusively created by and with Peter Rehberg (PITA), electronic composer and director of the record label Editions MEGO in Vienna. In 2015 Margrét Sara became for that year the first artist in residence at the Cullberg Ballet in Stockholm. Creating her second commissioned work for the Cullberg Ballet in 2017. In 2017 an on going collaboration bridging academic thought and her artistic works and practice commenced with phenominology Professor Susan Kozel at Malmö University in Sweden. She is one of 10 selected artists sharing the space to work and to create collaboratively the  “Flutgraben Performance Series”  event in Berlin, during the period march 2019-february 2020.

During the last 7 years she has taught her practice FULL DROP at the; MA program in choreography at the Theater Academy of the Uniarts in Helsinki, BA dance program at DOCH in Stockholm, BA choreography program of the Academy National di Danza in Rome, The Icelandic Dance company, Cullberg Ballet dance company in Stockholm, Professional dancers training and workshop program at both Dansalliansen and Dance Centrum in Stockholm, Dansehallerne Copenhagen, Zodiak dance centre and theater in Helsinki,, BA dance program of the University of Arts in Iceland, Praxis Festival in Oslo, Aaden Dans in Roskilde Denmark, Norberg Festival Sweden,  Kiezkieken- workshops for refugee women and children in Berlin. As well as at various academic conferences around Europe, within the field of dance, artistic research, performance studies and philosophy, and in relation to her performance work.


Working method

Margrét Sara has focused her professional research on physical doorways into physiological, psychological and emotional sub worlds association with myofascial release and beyond. Developing the sensation and state-oriented practice Full Drop Into The Body. Through her development of this practice she began the process of mapping out a new category of performative body language, ways of developing it further, and transferring this knowledge to others. It was developed whilst creating a body of artistic works that address the mental, emotional and physical states of the citizens living within the current social political environment, and how that reality expresses itself in our matter. The working method directly informs the theme of the artistic works, and extend beyond the limits of professionalism and performance making. The first artistic work created from this on going research was in 2013. Followed by an on going research into the method. Launched with the aim of creating working conditions which would make it possible for the group to dedicate a longer period of time to work in-depth on a specific artistic topic and develop the ambitious and detailed physiological language and performance practice necessary to convey it. Full Drop is a practice of training enhanced consciousness and presence of the individual, and it is a practice of de-conditioning which is in itself directly healing and holistic,  as well as a conscious political gesture.