WHY? DOCUMENTARY DANCE PERFORMANCE / 1933 MICRO THEATER
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ADAPTATION / DANCE FOR CAMERA FILM
HANGZHOU'S 1ST INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL
'THE ACT OF LISTENING' / MINSHENG 21, EXHIBITION: LISTENING TO TRANSPARENCY / 2017
'WHY?' / POWER STATION OF ART / 2017
'SHANGHAI FLOW' / BASEMENT 6 COLLECTIVE
DOCUMENTARY / DANCE FOR CAMERA FILM
‘The Politics of Space: Creating intangible theater space in Shanghai'
’DIRECTOR/VIDEOGRAPHER/EDITOR: Anneliese Charek
Shanghai is an immensely populated city with a disproportionate amount of theater space. What does exits is not easily accessible for independent local artists, especially those working more ‘experimentally’ with performance. This fact has lead many of these kinds of artists to present their work in alternative spaces, for example: art galleries and museums, public outdoor space and private residences. When the element of a traditional theater is taken out of performance, artists need to adapt their creation process and aesthetic choices. I believe that these restrictions are actually shaping the work of these artists in a profound way.
Includes interviews with: Petra Johnson (Germany), Nunu Kong (China), Bruce Ding (China) and features a guerilla performance by SLATE contemporary dance company.
DANCERS: Wu Yaqi, Kara Madden, Julie S.
TEDX WOMEN / SUZHOU
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