"From the point of view of movement style, the piece is full of every day actions and gestures, rather than elegant movements. I really enjoyed the liveness in this work, especially when Cai Ying starts a robotic vacuum cleaner on stage and lets it dance; while the humorous actions of the horse-headed Xiao are effective as well." - William Chan / dance journal/hk
"While its message is quite arbitrary, I like its choice of wacky music that pairs with some funky stage props and costumes that reminds me of a Nancy Sinatra style at one point before it turns to an oddball." - Chloe Chia / HKELD
《wǒ-mén》, "we" in Chinese, loosely homophonous with "women", explores how could the identities and roles of the "other" gender(s) can assume in an open space.
"What is within, myself, and what is outside, separate." ─ Iris Marion Young
Prompted by this call for philosophical reflection, I would like to invites the audience to explore with my interiors of the mind where everything is absurd and beyond reason, as I also seeks to disclose the affective conditions and dimensions of female embodied consciousness as shaped by social pressures and dynamics.
Choreographer / Dancer
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (With False Start) by The Cramps
Rak Song by Dead Combo
Alice Rensy, Sarah Xiao, Yu Jie, Wiki Lo and Lindsay Lin
Assistant Lighting Designer
Deputy Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Managers
Moving Light Programmer
Gee Gee Lau
Balletopia, Studio for A, The Yard, City Contemporary Dance Company, Steam Studio, Passoverdance, Studiodanz, Y-space
*By kind permission of Hong Kong Dance Company