FKA Twigs has released an online archive of all her work to date, featuring tracks, merchandise, music videos and more.
FKA Twigs teamed up with International Magic and British artist Matthew Stone for the website fkatwi.gs. She shared the archive via her Instagram account.
“Excited to share my new site with you and to have one place where all my work is archived, to discover unseen work and join the dots between the projects I’ve made,” she wrote on Instagram last night (December 12). “This is a creative project in itself so please explore.”
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archive & explore; excited to share my new site with you and to have one place where all my work is archived, to discover unseen work and join the dots between the projects i've made…art directed by my friend and collaborator matthew stone @artshaman designed by @intmagicgroup this is a creative project in itself so please explore…https://fkatwi.gs, link in bio
The site features four categories – Watch, Listen, Look, and Shop. The archive is also allowing Short film Soundtrack 7 to be streamed for the first time outside the UK.
The 35-minute film includes elements of dance plus a recital of Thomas Wyatt’s poem ‘I Find No Peace’. The project, which the singer described as “flesh, sweat, feeling, muscle; no air brushing, no frills”, was filmed at Manchester’s Old Granada Studios during her week-long residency at Manchester International Festival this July.
Soundtrack 7 is one of a number of projects the singer has been working on over the last year.
Last week, FKA Twigs’ released the trailer for an upcoming documentary about her Baltimore dance workshops. In July, the artist and former backup dancer gave free classes taught together with her choreographers in the US city.
The workshops, which took place in Baltimore’s Lithuanian Hall, were open to “intermediate and advanced” level dancers, aged 18 and over.
The lessons were captured in an documentary about the initiative, Baltimore Dance Project, a trailer for which was released earlier today. “When things are difficult, art always flourishes,” Twigs says in the black and white teaser.