The methodically dull storytelling of Sigrid Savi's work "Pushing Daisies" creates fragments of playful melancholia. The performer confronts individual and collective will and expectation while using cheap tricks, erotica, nostalgia, and a lack of illusion in endeavor for compelling effect, intercourse.

The metaphors in this work are engaging the audience in an active process of influenced, indicated interpretation. The performance applies to the identity of our collective mind or cultural rhythm by the hands of carefully crafted symbolism - "A story is a promise, mobility and decorative".

Sigrid Savi has worked as a freelance dancer at Tallinn Dance Theatre, Ugala Theater, STL, Vaba Lava and has been active since 2015 after graduating from the University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy. Sigrid currently lives and works in Berlin. Her works are characterized by brutally naive techniques both in structure and performance. In her creative work, Sigrid emphasizes on the experiential perspectives from the viewer audience and on the stylistic accordance, learning to consciously work with and apart from the canons.
Her first solo work "Imagine There's a Fish" has been presented in addition to Estonia in Norway, Germany, Scotland, Latvia, and Ukraine. The collaboration performance with Jon Konkol "Not this pillow fight" (2018) has been performed in New York and in Berlin.