Fanclub/Quim Bigas: WOWOWOW

COLLECTIVE

Production: Fanclub

Choreography: Quim Bigas

Dance: Andrea Deres, Carolina Bäckman, Sofia Karlsson, Ellesiv V. Selseng, Quim Bigas

Graphic design: Jacob Grønbech Jensen

Support: The Danish Arts Foundation, Dansehallerne, Bora Bora

 

> collective > togetherness > commoning > network > autonomy > co-presence >  composition > company > work > world > words > grouping > sharing > utopia > layering > pluralism > collaboration > inter-connectedness > placement >

WOWOWOW is a collaboration between the dancers’ collective Fanclub and choreographer Quim Bigas (ES), an investigation within and around collectivity, in close relation between performers and audience.

WOWOWOW is space for reflection upon (the) collective. A place where a set of images appears and disappears. A collection of actions and ephemeral statements. A radical mode of being in a structure through the lenses of being present and in relation, always. You. We. Us.

WOWOWOW suggests a visualization of “our” movement as a mode to unfold an assemblage, an ecology of things, in which certain aspects of the self comes at stake as a mode to trigger different layers of relations that takes place in the moments we talk about “us”. A big, yet tiny – us.

Fanclub (DK/SE/NO) is a dancers’ collective who invite artists they find fascinating into different collaborations. In 2010 Andrea Deres, Carolina Bäckman, Ellesiv V. Selseng and Sofia Karlsson got together with a wish to challenge the working formats within the Danish dance arts. Today they see themselves as a collective in ongoing development, initiating collaborations with people from various genres with a desire to explore structures around and within the art form, as well as their role as dancers and self-producing artists. Their work range from bigger and smaller stage productions, video art, events, concerts, sharing structures and writing rituals.

 

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