'We must no longer be objects of desire, but subjects of our own desires’ – Susan Sontag.

Jo Bannon will create a new group performance work called We Are Fucked, a new large scale performance and participatory project exploring the internal and external experiences of female desire, sexuality and neoliberalism. Led by leading female disabled artist Jo Bannon as director/choreographer and performer, We Are Fucked will bring together a diverse company of performers and participants who identify as female to contribute to the work.

As well as a large-scale performance, Jo Bannon will create Sex In Public Places – a participatory programme of events, podcasts and publications further exploring the research process behind We Are Fucked.

Jo Bannon is a UK artist making live art and performance. She has presented her work internationally, including The Barbican, Art Gallery Western Australia, Itau Cultural and the National Theatre. Jo’s work is concerned with human exchange and encounter and attempts to unpick the ways we look, hear and sense our immediate environment in order to make unfamiliar these intrinsic behaviours. Her performances often manifests as intimate encounters designed for single or small audiences alongside staged theatre work and installations.

We Are Fucked is currently at research and development stage. It will premiere at Mayfest 2018.

If you would like to find out more about We Are Fucked drop Kate a line.