Creation Editor Sabine Klaus-Carter Msc has performed live since 1996 and has created video dance works since 2002.

Her most recent work ‘Either Or’ was created for Dr Dance‘s Psychology Danced Show. The work was commissioned to create a dance piece for stage inspired by BiPolar. Voice & Context: Nicole Carter, 3D Animation: Iain Klaus-Carter, Dancers & Choreographers: Sabine Klaus-Carter & Emma Snellgrove, Director & Edit & Sound: Sabine Klaus-Carter Msc (copyright holder)


In the international dance and media scene, Creation Editor is also known for her work as a screendance designer and presenter. You can view on her vblog and blog on Dance-tech.

Sabine enjoys working with dancers, dance companies and dance media artists. One of the companies she collaborated with is Company Chameleon on various video dance projects that were inspired by their performances and movements. Click here to view the video TRENCH – Die Furchen which has featured in film festival like Moves in Manchester/UK, ShortsShorts in Tokyo/Japan and ImPulsTanz in Vienna/Austria as well as it was short listed for a Virgin Media Shorts award.10398872_90053082168_3278221_n


Her personal research investigates the relationship between the viewers’ muscle empathy and the moving image. Click research to read more, her research also detailed information about The State of Play which was durational performances performed in Scotland and Berlin in collaboration with curator Alexander Ross, sound artist Arnar Halldorsson and dance artist Ridade Starsies.




Sabine also hosts the international mailing list that presents opportunities and news in media, arts and dance. Click here to join!

Over the course of 2009, Sabine produced the documentary series ‘Dance Plus’ in collaboration with Tendu TV and Dance-Tech. The series trilogy presents the contemporary dance media artists Jeannette Ginslov (South Africa), Arthur Elsenaar (Holland), Katrina McPherson and Simon Fildes (Scotland). ‘Dance Plus’ is available for download on Amazon.

During the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, I performed at the Dr Dance show which subsequently led to the current development for the INSPIRED performance in May 2011.