art naming 奇能 creates and participates in projects that deal with documenting the passing of time and its endless endings, as we do as we live.
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Caroline is a performer from Singapore with a background in Theatre and Dance. She obtained a professional diploma in acting from the Intercultural Theatre Institute (Singapore) whilst training in contemporary dance, Butoh, and Odissi. She is currently a company dancer with Chowk Productions. She seeks to continuously dissolve and challenge boundaries of culture and its perceived notions while seeking new ways of understanding relationships between beings, space, and time.
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Chloe Chua was born in Singapore, in 1998. At age 3, she started her dance journey at Attitude Performing Arts Studio, under the tutelage of Donato C. Ferrer. She went on to pursue her passion for dance at School of The Arts, Singapore (SOTA) from 2011 to 2016, and graduated as one of the top scorers in the International Baccalaureate Career-related Program. Currently, Chloe is attending the Boston Conservatory at Berklee under merit scholarship, and will earn her undergraduate degree in the spring of 2021.To enrich her dance education, Chloe has attended dance intensives at The Juilliard School (2016), Batsheva Dance Company (2017/2018) and Nuova Officina Della Danza Summer Program (2019). She is privileged to have had the opportunity to work with esteemed choreographers such as Iratxa Ansa, Catherine Coury and Loni Landon, and to study the repertoire and works of Batsheva Dance Company and Martha Graham Dance Company. In an environment where interdisciplinary possibilities are endless, Chloe enjoys using this to her advantage by building connections and collaborating with artists from other art forms.
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Eng Kai Er was born in Singapore, raised compliant, now mostly a question mark mixed with a complaint. After a horrifically misspent youth, she is rehabilitating herself through slow dancing, quick writing, and long-term art-making. Since October 2019, she has been studying MA Choreography and Performance at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Giessen, Germany. She creates small-scale, intimate, and fun performances, mostly for stage; sometimes also for galleries, film, internet, or other contexts. For more about her work, see kaifishfish.tumblr.com.
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