Meet Artist and Choreographer, Jules Fischer, during Art Week 2022, when they open up their studio and invite the viewer to experience an intense working process revolving around non-binary narratives in large-scale performances.
Jules creates immersive experiences through different media, but always involving a multitude of perspectives, senses and bodies. They are interested in basic feelings such as love, loneliness and grief, but always from an ambivalent and queer perspective. Community or how we find each other, what images we create and recognize, what bodies are allowed, what actions we participate in are some of the questions that drive their practice.
Right now, Jules is preoccupied with an exhibition for Den Frie entitled VANITAS, which refers to baroque still life paintings where the things around us are staged to symbolize both impermanence and vanity. The performance VANITAS will take you into a dark and dreamy world of queer bodies and symbols ruled by change. Here you will meet the precariousness of finding intimacy and meaning in a landscapes dictated by binaries.
VANITAS is a tribute to queer and trans communities everywhere and to those who must be in flux to be whole.
Artist talk with Jules Fischer will take place in studio ”Large Formats” right behind the metal workshop
Registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Danish Art Workshop
Gammel Dok Pakhus
Strandgade 27 B, 1401 København K