Phil Fisk’s Everyday People – a series of commissioned portraits of circus performers – is on show in the foyer at The Roundhouse for the duration of the CircusFest (29 April). Fisk puts a spin on contemporary circus performers and portrays them in unusual, everyday settings, for example, the contortionist spilling out of a washing machine in a Brixton launderette.
If you’re heading to the north London venue or passing by, drop in and take a look. The private view is tonight with a performance by Compagnie Rasoterra.
For a behind-the-scenes look at the work, including a post on the hanging of the 80-inch prints in the foyer, visit Fisk’s blog.