Body Lab for Priori Tropism (Hong Kong )
- YCC Yokohama Creativecity Center 3F
- 6-50-1 Honcho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
- 2.6 Sat14:50/15:40/16:30/17:20/19:00/19:50/20:40
- 2.7 Sun14:50/15:40/16:30/17:20/19:00/19:50/20:40
- *Only 4 members of the audience can be admitted to each presentation.
- *WARNING: This presentation contains nudity that some may find unpleasant.
- Adv & Door¥500
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This presentation is set to the occupation site at Mongkok in Hong Kong during the Umbrella Movement in 2014. The audience will be able to reflect on the recent social movement and actions in Hong Kong inside tents installed with video and audio clips; “witness” in an artistically defined public space a dance performance of The Great Wall of Memories and an exhibition “Streaming · Unyielding – Disposition of Resistance.” The whole presentation will last for about 60 minutes (including a debriefing session).
With greenmay 綠美 (Curator / Movement Artist), Paul YIP 葉破 (Soundscape Artist), Jesse Clockwork and V-Artivist (Exhibition Co-Curators).
greenmay 綠美 @ Body Lab for Priori Tropism
Hong Kong grass-root dancer, life drawing model and percussionist greenmay founded Body Lab for Priori Tropism in 2012 to pursue improvisations that liberate the body from institutionalization and inhibitions; to arrive at a movement structure that carries self-reflection that is dispositive of the multiplex proprioception and historical consciousness inherited within the body. greenmay believes that “our bodies are highly socialized; our reasonable self-judgement is cheated by corporeality; we are not expressing ourselves but performing”. His major works include Rustling of Discourse (2012), Habitat Here…and There (2014). The Great Wall of Memories (2015) will be staged for BODY.RADICAL Performing Art Biennial (Hungary) in 2017.