Filmed and edited by Malcolm Fu. Questions by Adeline Loh. Music by Bensound.
A Conversation with M1 Open Stage Artists!
An introduction to the creation of the local artists’ works in M1 Open Stage!
Daring, exuberant and utterly contemporary, M1 Open Stage is the Festival’s annual excursion into the curious minds of choreographic talents from Singapore, South-east Asia and beyond.
12 performances, 3 programmes, 1 platform.
Watch The Honey Bee and the Dandelion (Programme A) by Hong Guofeng and Chua Chiok Woon, as they explore the idea of relationships between two individuals.
Bernice Lee presents Ghosting: Indelible in the Hippocampus, a solo that references her own practice and based on her thoughts and the events of Christine Blasey Ford’s supreme court hearing.
The Honey Bee and the Dandelion by Hong Guofeng and Chua Chiok Woon
The Honey Bee and the Dandelion is a duet that explores the relationship between two people. Guofeng and Chiok include their own experience as a couple in the creative process of this work, allowing this piece to be a representation of their shared experiences.
The honey bee and the dandelion by Hong Guofeng and Chua Chiok Woon. Photo by Kuang Jingkai
Ghosting: Indelible in the Hippocampus by Bernice Lee. Photo by Malcolm Fu
Ghosting: Indelible in the Hippocampus
by Bernice Lee
Bernice presents solo that has been marinated for a year. This solo references her own practice and is based on the events and her thoughts on Christine Blasey Ford’s supreme court hearing.