Nina Kov is a choreographer, drone choreographer and film maker.
She completed her MA in Choreography at Laban, London in 2010 and is a pioneer in human-drone choreographic interaction. She’s the cofounder and former Artistic director of “Dancing with Drones”, a project featuring interactive movement between a flock of drones and dancers.
Her work at the intersection of technology, dance and activism has been shown amongst other places at Sadler’s Wells Lylian Baylis studio, the Royal Opera House Studio, the Science Museum, Sziget Festival. She’s a member of the body>datas>pace collective and Head of Organised Agitation at the I.U.R. She’s a PlacePrize semi-finalist in 2012, a 2016 recipient of the New Europe 100 award for the InfoAid app for Refugees, and choreographed Kristof Deák’s 2017 Oscar ® winning short film “Mindenki” (Sing). Nina is living with Ankylosing Spondylitis.