Sari Nordman, born and raised in Finland, is a New York -based, interdisciplinary artist working with dance, video and installation. She has presented her works for Atlantic Center for the Arts, AUNTS, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance!, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Center for Performance Research, Columbia University, CounterCurrent Festival, Dance Film Lab Moderated Screening at Gibney Dance Center, Danspace Project, Dixon Place, FiveMyles Gallery, The Immigrant Artist Biennial 2020, InSitu, The Irondale Center, Movement Research at the Judson Church, SHIM Finland at Odetta Gallery, Performance Mix Festival, SPARK Summer Film Fest, Triskelion Arts and UnSpace Gallery in the US; ViDEOSKiN at The Edge Gallery in Canada; TsakBam Festival in Greece, and for Alpo Jaakola Statuary Park, Dance Theater Hurjaruuth, Full Moon Dance Festival, Pop & Jazz Conservatory, Zodiak and Teatteri Avoimet Ovet in Finland; and at Radical Heritage in India. Her film Assimilation was an official selection for Women CineMakers 2018 Biennial Edition.
She has enjoyed residencies at Atlantic Center for the Arts, Bearnstow, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Catwalk Institute, Fantasy Generator at Hollins University and Tofte Lake Center in the US; at Eckerö Post and Customs House, Loimaan Taidetalo, Tohmajärvi and Zodiak Z Free in Finland; and at Solo works @ 77 in Greece.
Nordman worked as a dancer with Dean Moss-Gametophyte on several of his productions in 2009-2018. She holds a Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree from New York University’s Tisch Dance Department.
Nordman has been awarded American Scandinavian Foundation, American Scandinavian Society, Finlandia Foundation National and Finlandia Foundation New York Metropolitan Chapter grants.
She has taught dance to various ages, abilities and backgrounds of students and has worked as a teaching artist in New York City public schools since 2007. She is also a certified personal fitness trainer through International Sports Sciences Association.