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)
Fragments from a workshop we did with Quim Bigas earlier this summer – talking, writing, moving, doing – creating a possible startingpoint for a future collaboration on collectivity and failure. Super interesting, super fun. Thanks Quim!
Yes, Fanclub loves food. Fanclub trigger connections of manyness. Fanclub is touching time by insisting on curiosity. Fanclub is an encounter of dancers, through time and it’s traces. Fanclub is doing, moving, texting, questioning, working, caring… Fanclub is questioning dance and words. Fanclub supports pleasure and friendship. Fanclub surrender to allowance of doubts and misspellings. Fanclub is a dynamic body of DIY and guests. Fanclub is a surprising woman. Fanclub’s emotions roadtrips around reformulations. Fanclub is confused about endless presens. Fanclub is a constellation of persons and co. Fanclub infiltrates now (with contributions). Fanclub is listening to whales. Fanclub confuses responsibility with fun. Fanclub confuses fun with responsibility. Fanclub encounters empathy with coffee. Fanclub is moving through crisis with love, caring and chemistry. Fanclub moves through crisis fluidly. Fanclub is fluid thinking. Fanclub is sharing no grey heart.
About Quim Bigas
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
Fanclub has been invited by Bora Bora in Aarhus to be a part of their new initiative “Inspiration Room” – a research platform that offers four invited Danish artists the time and space to focus on artistic development and fine-tuning.
During the two following weeks we will be in residency, first at Bora Bora and then at Vestjyllands højskole, taking the time to dig deep into our collective persona, detecting and (re-)shaping our collective ways. We have invited the dramaturge Paula Caspao as well as the dance-guru Anna Grip to visit and take part in our work and we look forward to see what these two meetings will bring..
Big thanks and thumbs up for this great and generous initiative by Bora Bora!
On our way to Switzerland to join Isabel Lewis for an occasion during the Zürich Moves! festival 16-19 March. Great program, great people, great moves, great times – can’t wait!
Isabel Lewis with Fanclub at Zürich Moves! 18 March at 6-11:59pm
Kunstraum Walcheturm, Kanonengasse 20
See you there lovely people.
It’s been a year of reflexion, investigation and transformation – accessing new thoughts and territories. Now we look forward to commit to new collaborations, dances and spaces and to explore what lays ahead. First up in Jan-Feb is An Occasion, a collaboration with Isabel Lewis in Copenhagen – more info to come!
We wish you all an amazing new year and hope that we will see you soon, somewhere around the world.
Peace & Love
Fanclub – Andrea, Carolina, Ellesiv and Sofia
Thank you RISK crew for this platform/forum made for sharing thoughts and creative processes. Fanclub had a really good experience while creating a blogpost of our own, leaving us with new and interesting thoughts and revelations to bring with us into our work.
Check it out here at the RISK website and maybe share some of your own experiences!