1. Terminal 2 (Group Performance)
People subject to endless replacement. Where is their self-recognition headed? Never-ending inversion of common sense, nonsense, usual and unusual days. The work deals with self-recognition of humans in the modern civilization that are full with uncertainty and indeterminacy. Curve lines are applied to movements and objects to express images of circulation and repetition.
Choreographed by Sudong Jung
Performed by Boram Jun, Heong Yeun Ko and Soodong Jung
2. Into Thin Air (Solo)
This piece observes how humans control their breathing, how breathing controls muscles, and how breathing affects every movement and emotion. The Korean traditional dance "Sum-Breath" is used as a research basis to control the body and stimulate the movement and emotions of the muscles
Choreographed & performed by Pexstret Liu
3. Undammed (Solo)
'Undammed' is a creation inspired by Soodong Jung and Boram Jun. This piece was originally choreographed by Soodong but this time, the concept of re-creation aims to present freedom and unrestrained appearance of water to allow audiences experience a fresh feel of enjoyment. The same work that enables female dancers to re-interpret it regardless of the difference in gender, control of strength, or the difference of thought. Therefore, this work presents the posture and process of a man unrestrained circumstances, reviewing the most primitive language.
Choreographer originally by Soodong Jung
Recreated and performed by Boram Jun
4. I am Not Alone (Duet)
None of any living creature is ever alone, even for microorganisms. Breeding, a norm and common practice for continual existence, is happening everywhere. We explore and seek to develop a unique set of the surviving pattern. And with the strong will to stay alive, we evolve to maintain our place in the life chain. Expressed mainly with contemporary dance performance focusing on how one survives in this universe is presented by Pextret Liu, who has been trained and performed in Korea for over 10 years, and Tze Shen, one of the young rising stars trained in Hong Kong.
5. PASS THROUGH
Through movements and body communication, we create an exchange in language even with different backgrounds and cultures.
Performed by Pexstret Liu Yong Sean, Tze Shen Ong, Soodong Jung, Heong Yeun Ko