Wolf in the Winter is an international performance collective. A group of six solo performance artists who come together through the years to make a pack. The essential element that binds the group is a commitment to direct communication that is not splintered by language or clogged in technology. We speak through physical action in a tough poetic about the world around us. Each time we perform we invite one or two other artist to join us, thus keeping the packs manifestations fresh and vital. We also actively vary our venues and audience. Making work in Greenland for a ninety percent Inuit audience. Haunting Spanish industrial towns with no previous experience of contemporary art. Working in Dorchester Abbey from Dusk to dawn. Smuggling ourselves into theatrical festivals as well as being invited to perform in significant culture centres like Fierce Festival Birmingham, Modern Art Oxford, the Württenbergischer Kunstverien Stuttgart, Germany, the South London Gallery and the National Review of Live Art.
Image: Left to right- S Raven, M L Galpin, B Catling, A Van de Elzen, K Norrie, A Williamson, D Blacker. Photographer: Nils Kenninck