Fatric Bewong

Works with Live Art Denmark
2019 Performance Opskrifter

Recipe for Performance
In her interdisciplinary art practice, Fatric focusses are the complex relationships between colonialism and pollution. During her residency at Copenhagen Contemporary she did a walking performance adressing issues of migration and colonialism. In her performance recipe, she asks the participants to research and perform a near extinct animal from each of the seven continents.

About the Artist
Fatric Bewong is an artist and a teacher. Her interdisciplinary practice traverses the studio, the classroom, the field, and the community. Her body of works explores themes like, consumarism, discarded, waste, loss, death, memory, healing and stories. How do we understand our ‘being’? How does our understanding inform who we are the impact on our relationship with our environment and vice versa? Her artistic expressions manifest in the form of performative installation, painting, photography, video, and sounds.

She holds a BFA and MFA from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the University of Hartford respectively. She has exhibited extensively in her home country Ghana as well as in other countries including Australia, USA, Switzerland, El Salvador, and Denmark.

She continues to work in different capacities such as coaching, mentoring, and facilitating projects in and outside the classroom.

Find out more about Fatric and her work on her website.

About liveart_dk

Liveart.dk was founded in 2004 in Copenhagen to promote the discussion, documentation and development of live art in Denmark. The organisation is equally inspired by the imaginative and entertaining English Live Art tradition as by the theoretical and political German theatre tradition. We have organised 10 large international festivals of Live Art for kids and adults since 2004, and over 40 discussion events, books, video series, symposia and more in the field of live art, performance art, art criticism and documentation. We collaborate with theatres, music venues, art museums and festivals in Denmark and internationally.