Live performance / 80 minutes
Tanztage Festival, Sophiensaele, Berlin 2015 / premiere
Buzzcut Festival, Glasgow 2015 / transeuropa Festival, Hildesheim 2015
Body Talk Festival, Münchner Kammerspiele 2016 / My Body is My Business Festival, Sophiensaele Berlin 2016
Antistatic Festival, Sofia 2016 / Arts House, Melbourne 2016 / Quarter Block Party, Cork 2017 / Schwankhalle, Bremen 2017
PAF, Sophiensaele, Berlin 2016 / Theater Rampe, Stuttgart 2017 / Le Fete du Slip Festival, Lausanne 2018
On Time //// (excerpt) / 2015 / 2 minutes 53 seconds
video of On Time monologue from MIRA FUCHS
commissioned by Runway - Australian Experimental Art
 Made for an audience of 35 in the round,
MIRA FUCHS proposes itself as an abstracted memoir of the Woman's body as a political riddle.
Building a temporary circuit of community,
MIRA FUCHS invites audiences to witness their own witnessing,
bringing to light specialised economies of affect
and dance & performance as labour.
The work is based on the artist's own 8 year experience
of working as a stripper in a Melbourne Gentleman's Club.
MIRA FUCHS is the first piece in the Arch Type trilogy.
It was followed by HIGHNESS (2017) and the forthcoming THIEVES LIKE US (2020)
The three works investigate economies of affect as they relate
to three available archetypes of performing womanhood:
the Whore, the Queen, and, the Hag
Videos produced for MIRA FUCHS include:
Drag Dad (2015 / 6 minutes 5 seconds)
screened at
This Is What I Want Festival (San Francisco, 2015)
On Time //// commissioned by Runway - Australian Experimental Art (2015)
screened at
VAEFF (New York City, 2016)
Femmosphere for Schwulesmuseum (Berlin, 2017)