Through her work, Sóley Frostadóttir explores the ways in which we experience embodiment. Whether through the dancer's body or our own. She plays with its limits and its presence. Even though the dancer is absent we experience colors, sound, silence and darkness through our own body.
Sóley Frostadóttir graduated with a BA in contemporary dance from the Iceland University of the Arts in 2017. Her installation A Discourse on Embodiment took part in Choreo-Talks in Mengi at the Reykjavík Dance Festival in 2017. Litmynd was shown at Reykjavík's children's culture festival in 2019. Ceremony 1, a work consisting of a series of photographs and aluminium sculptures was exhibited at Gerðarsafn, Midpunkt and at the Christmas exhibition in Ásmundarsalur in 2019. The video work Log was exhibited at Midpunkt. Her most recent work Festa was performed by FWD youth company at the Reykjavík Art Museum. In addition to her work as a choreographer and dancer, Sóley has been teaching ballet, choreography and dance history for the last few years. In December 2020 she published the first edition of Dunce, a yearly magazine on choreography and performance art, in collaboration with Print & Friends.