Choreography: Zhang Xiao-Xiong (Taiwan)
In collaboration with sound designer Darren Ng and video artist Chen Kunyi
Where The Wind Blows is a dance both intimate and outwardly straightforward. In this work, choreographer Zhang Xiao-Xiong uses clean, unfettered lines and movement patterns to create a work that is solid, direct and visually vivid; a reflection of the urban human environment where strangers constantly come into contact and separate. Where the Wind Blows features collaborations with Singapore and sound artist Darren Ng and video artist Chen Kunyi.
Commissioned by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Arts Festival 2009, as part of the double bill titled Variance.
Praise for Where The Wind Blows:
“A company with strong technical delivery and a visually exciting repertoire” – Melissa Quek, Business Times
Premiere: NUS Arts Festival 2009, 27 February 2009, NUS University Cultural Centre Hall.
performance date 25-26 Jun 2021 | Esplanade Theatre Studio | Dimo Kirilov Milev & Jos Baker
performance date 22-23 May 2021 | Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre | Kuik Swee Boon & Kim Jae Duk
performance date 15-16 Jun 2018 | Esplanade Theatre Studio | Kim Jae Duk
performance date 22-24 Jun 2017 | Esplanade Theatre Studio | Borderline by T.H.E Dance Company and Muscle Mouth
performance date 7 - 9 Dec 2017 | Esplanade Theatre Studio | By Kim Jae Duk
performance date 28 Mar – 6 Apr 2018 | Esplanade F.Y.I Festival | By Kim Jae Duk
performance date 1-4 Mar 2018 | Esplanade Theatre Studio | By T.H.E Dance Company and Nine Years Theatre
performance date M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival 2013, Esplanade Theatre Studio, Singapore
performance date 1-2 Oct | Seoul Dance Collection | Silences We are Familiar With
T.H.E Dance Company is supported by the National Arts Council under the Major Company Scheme for the period from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2023.
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We like to give our thanks and acknowledgement to
Board of Directors:
Jobina Tan (Board Chairman)
Kuik Swee Boon (Artistic Director)
Ho Jun Chong, Jaycee (Administrative & Partnerships Executive)