Fanclub has been invited to be part of Choreography in Action, hosted by Dansehallerne at Kunsthall Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, 30 Oct 2017 at 7-9pm
What vocabulary belongs to the dancer and how can she as a figure make us think, move, act..? During a two year long, disseminated process called We Are Dancers, Fanclub has collected a wide range of materials related to the figure of the dancer – applying these in artistic and non-artistic situations with the desire to explore other grounds and potentialities. At Charlottenborg Fanclub will perform a self-interview based on the materials and methods from this process, where the dancer, the collective and structures of work and everyday life will be central.
Hope to see you there!
This Friday we reunite with Isabel Lewis for yet another occasion as part of the opening program for Cph Art Week, unfolding in the beautiful foyer of SMK. With us we have the dancers Casper-Malte Augusta, Mejse Vedel, Sandra Liaklev Andersen and Meleat Fredrikson.
Friday 26 August at 4-10pm – Statens Museum for Kunst – Sølvgade 48, Copenhagen
Isabel is the best of hosts and together we invite you to take part of this celebratory and sensory gathering of things, people, plants, music, dance, tastes and smells.
You can come and go as you please and we hope to see you all there – can’t wait!
In the meantime here is an article on Isabel’s work by kunsten.nu (in danish)
We just got the good news that our collective-writing ‘Partners in Crime’ is part of the Norwegian journal ‘Utflukt’ – an idealist driven magazine with a broad orientation towards culture, literature and social issues. Two issues in a row the focus has been on exploring collectivity as human fellowship, ideological principle, community organisational tool, cultural expression and (new) economic reality. It’s an honor.
If in Oslo go and visit the release party on Thursday and give them all a hug from us.
Take care out there
‘Partners in Crime’ was originally presented as part of the RISK’s Shared Blog
A venue, a bar, a gallery
There is a new place in town! On the top floor of Huset i Magstræde the old black box have come to new life. The collective behind HAUT consists of young and ambitious theatre people, connected by their wish to promote Danish and international free stage art groups. They offer residencies (“in exile” periods), co-productions and invite artists from across the art fields to be part of their vision of a vivid and creative art community. The season is set continiously keeping the programme fluid and up-to-date, and you can apply for a collaboration with HAUT at any time – they go through the applications every month.
This week Fanclub visit HAUT for a period of exile – come see what we are up to this Saturday 27 Sep at 7.30 pm. Free admission.
See you then and there – the bar opens an hour before the showing, so come have a beer and check out the fine space of HAUT!
A peaceful residency with lots of space
Fanclub has just returned from a mini residency in an amazing house, situated on a hill on the beautiful Danish island of Samsø. Together with the video artist Anna Maria Helgadottir we spent three days recording video for future projects, including material for a new music video for the danish artist Jomi Massage…
The house is called Dansebjerg and it comes complete with several generous bedrooms, an open fire place, a stunning view and a big dance studio! It’s a rare opportunity in Denmark – a space for creativity and peace and a free zone from the everyday noise that tends to take over. We highly recommend to check it out!
Big thanks to Poul and Ulla
During the rehearsal period of GONE HOME we have had a visiting artist making paintings of our work.
Paula Karoline Kamps is an art student at Kunstakademie Duesseldorf, with professors like Tal R and Lucy McKenzie. We really like her work and are happy to present her paintings in connection to our performance GONE HOME.
Dansehallerne, Lille Carl, in Copenhagen 18th – 25th of April
Stop by and have a look