“We Are Your Biggest Fans” is a three-hour long investigation in finding joy through physical action and reaction. Divided into three parts, the duo will perform multiple call and response moments, wherein gestures, movement, and breathing is used to interpret the human capacity for celebration. The act of cheering, found in events like sports stadiums, parades, and other popular arenas, create the visual and thematic background of the work. This performance is a three-hour long investigation in finding joy through physical action and reaction.

AMY SINCLAIR (CHICAGO) is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist working mostly in performance. Currently working with themes related to linguistics, the cliche, and the physical and metaphysical through the use of produce (e.g. onions, pears, oranges, blueberries and pineapples) as metaphor. Gardening, farming, cooking, and related food-body interactions inform her practice.

REGIN IGLORIA (PHILIPPINES) maintains a multidisciplinary studio practice in Chicago, IL, which revolves around teaching and serving as an arts administrator. In 2010, he founded North Branch Projects, a community bookbinding project based in the Albany Park neighborhood, which allows him to combine various aspects of his work as an educator and artist. Select teaching experiences include Marwen, The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Hyde Park Art Center, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and Rhode Island School of Design. His work has been exhibited and collected internationally, including the ANTI Contemporary Art Festival in Finland, Out of Site Performance Festival Chicago, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, The Franklin, Zg Gallery, and The Center for Book Arts NYC. He is a recipient of a 3Arts Teaching Artist Award, Propeller Grant, 96 Acres Project Grant, and an Americans for the Arts Fellowship. Residencies include Montello Foundation, Ucross, ACRE, and The Wormfarm Institute. He received his MFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design and his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

photos by Mike Nourse