Fucking Loneliness Freedom
Photo: José Figueroa
Högkvarteret and Ny Gemenskap, Stockholm 2010
Performance, sing along and hangout in bar
WHAT? A performance about Modesty Blaise and the loneliest day of my life. Sing along where solitary voices meet in the most sad song in the world.
WHERE? At a bar.
WHO? Katja Seitajoki, Guro Hustad Stugu and a keyboard player in the corner.
Fucking Loneliness Freedom is an open scenery around which the performers are improvising in different spaces such as bars, cafes, centres for homeless people and prisons. They use the existing spaces and are interested in how different rooms and contexts shape the performance. They have created the performance through a collaborative method called Devising and in conversations with homeless people at Ny gemenskap in Stockholm. Fucking Loneliness Freedom was performed at Högkvarteret and Ny gemenskap in Stockholm 2010 and toured to a number of prisons in Sweden.
With and by: Katja Seitajoki and Guro Hustad Stugu
Music: Fredrik Pettersson and Nandi Vileika
Supported by The Swedish Art Council