Promotional image for Fernanda Munoz Newsome's production of Inchoate Buzz, showing Fernanda moving with arms raised through a crowd.

2021

Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome

INCHOATE BUZZ at Sadlers Wells. Photo Anne Tetzlaff

Fernanda is currently working with partner venues to review what work she will present in 2021 as part of this CONTINUOUS tour, as a result of COVID-19 and the intimate nature of her originally proposed work.

Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome's practice involves dancing/voicing as a political gesture, presenting in institutions, alternative spaces and clubs. She is interested in creating work which shifts perspectives, crafting spaces of potential, where dancing / movement, sound / music, light and attending to our environment can stimulate sensations and kinaesthetic responses in the body, allowing ourselves to tune to innate gut and bodily intelligence while in relaxed and attentive states. Recent works include: INCHOATE BUZZ (2019), something purple: my whole body overflows with thought (2017), a body rites itself (2017), something orange: our bodies slip slide through knowing (2016), LET THE BODY (2016).

Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome will tour work to Nottingham Contemporary and Tramway (dates TBC 2021).

About

Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome
Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome’s practice involves dancing/voicing as a political gesture, presenting in institutions, alternative spaces and clubs. She is interested in creating work which shifts perspectives, crafting spaces of potential, where dancing / movement, sound / music, light and attending to our environment can stimulate sensations and kinaesthetic responses in the body, allowing ourselves to tune to innate gut and bodily intelligence while in relaxed and attentive states.

Working with pop/punk bands, electronic music producers and artists from different genres, she has presented and performed her work at Sadlers Wells, ICA, E-WERK Luckenwalde for Block Universe, David Roberts Art Foundation, Barbican, Siobhan Davies Dance, South London Gallery, TATE Modern, Store X, Oval Space, Art Night, Phillips auction house, Palais de Tokyo, GCCA, Chisenhale Gallery, Calvert Foundation, RA, Arnolfini and Whitechapel Gallery for Nocturnal Creatures. She co-founded the transdisciplinary performance night London Topophobia

 

SUPPORTED BY

John Ellerman Foundation