Jules Fischer works with performance in an intersection between choreography and visual arts. Their performances are re-arrangements of found material from pop culture and everyday scenarios spread across multiple bodies. Movements, gestures, sentences, music and images are removed from their original context and composed in new patterns. It is not possible to see it all, leaving the spectator with the choice of what to see and what to miss.
Fischer is presented in collaboration with the Bikuben Foundation. The artist is a part of the foundation's studio programme, which focuses on artistic development and offers studio space to three newly graduated artists every year. The aim is to add value to the artist's future career by providing both physical space and professional advice. In the longer term, the desire is to help develop and qualify the Danish art scene.
The other artists in the studio programme are Hannibal Andersen and Emilia Bergmark.