FKA twigs’ website is now “a creative project in itself”

  • Words: Spindle

Not releasing an album this year hasn’t stopped FKA twigs from producing numerous creative projects over the past few months, from an immersive art exhibition to a documentary about a free dance masterclass she taught in Baltimore. Last month also saw the premiere of her abstract autobiographical film ‘Soundtrack 7’ on BBC4. The 35-minute project features performances of ‘Good to Love,’ ‘How’s That,’ and ‘Ultraviolet,’ and dance pieces she created during her residency at Manchester’s Old Granada Studios in 2015, part of Manchester International Festival. It also includes a recital of the poem ‘I Find No Peace’ by Thomas Wyatt.

Now, FKA twigs has re-imagined her website as “a creative project in itself” to create an online archive of all her work, recruiting the help of International Magic and artist Matthew Stone. Now featuring music videos, film clips, photographs, and merchandise, the website also contains some “unseen work” from the artist. She took to Instagram to announce the news, “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.”

View a preview of her website in her Instagram post below:

Visit FKA twigs’ new website at