There is a well-known quote in Sophie’s World: “Who are you? Where does the world come from?” Have you ever thought of a world where stone can speak?

One day a stone that has lived on Earth for a long time starts recounting the past to the world’s two sole organisms, which travels to the past to experience the happenings of the world. On a dark stage, both audiences and dancers come across the most primitive immersive experience and ponder over the existence of “self”.

Les Curious Fringes – Blast of the Cave is created by Tracy Wong, choreographer of the well-established Shelf Life, in collaboration with Hong Kong artist Mao Wei and artists from France and Belgium. Through a wide range of innovative visual elements and installations on stage, the performance creates a space transcending the boundary of time for deliberation of the origins and development of life.

Choreography and Performance: Tracy Wong and Mao Wei (Hong Kong)
Visual Arts, Installation and Stage Design: Camille Panza (Belgium)
Visual Arts, Installation and Illustrations: Pierre Mercier (France) and Marie-Laetitia Cianfarani (France)
Lighting Design: Léonard Cornevin (France)
Composer and Audio Design: Noam Rzewski (Belgium)
Production: Max Dance Hall

Duration: approximately 1 hour, no interval

Post-show Talk on 27April

Les Curious Fringes premiered in 2006 atA Taste of Hong Kong,which was co-produced by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Les Halles de Schaerbeek.

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Last modified: 2018-04-26 18:52

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