6 – 7 March 2023
UKS, Keysers gate 1


Date: 6–7 March, 11am–3pm
Location: UKS, Keysers gate 1
Registration: The event requires registration. Read more below.

The ‘Feelings of Transformation’ workshop uses aspects from performance artist Jules Fischer’s artistic practice, in which mash-ups, loops and ambiguous compositions are central. This workshop experiments with healing through expression and movement, departing from the large-scale performance VANITAS. Using select emotions and archetypes, performers will work together to find concrete movements, actions and compositions that examine transformation. The movements are individual and there is no demand for transparency or explanation. Throughout the workshop we will build a vocabulary of short loops which we will test collectively on the last day of the workshop to the soundtrack of a live-mixed audio collage.

JULES FISCHER (b. 1988, DK) lives and works in Copenhagen. Fischer is a graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts with studies at the Danish School of Performing Arts, and Art and Social Practice at Portland State University, Oregon. Recent solo exhibitions and projects include VANITAS at Den Frie, Copenhagen (2022); the exhibition and performance The most beautiful part of your body is where it’s headed at Bikubenfonden, Copenhagen (2021) and Willumsens Museum, Frederikssund (2022). They choreographed Dryppende stof at the Glyptotek Copenhagen (2021).


The workshop is open to anyone with lived experience as queer/trans* who wants to use their body in a shared space. Physical exercises can be adapted to suit all levels of ability. We will not work towards a set form or virtuosity. Please bring comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely.

The workshop will be held in English. The workshop may contain a bit of reading but texts can be sent to participants beforehand.

UKS serves a vegetarian meal on both days. The price of the workshop goes directly towards covering costs for lunch. If you are not able to pay the ticket price, please contact m.wistreich@uks.no.

UKS is wheelchair accessible. Read more about access here.


Sign up (max. 12 participants) here.


*Image: Jules Fischer, “IT DOESN’T LOOK LIKE ANYTHING TO ME”, 2022. Photo by Julie Nymann.

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