Continue reading “Putting in the Time”
Makisig Akin’s “Asian/LOVE”, premiering at DOCK 11 on 3 and 4 February 2023, is a gift—if one you may have to work for.
Continue reading “Cosmic Solidarity and Radical Softness”
T.E.N.T. – A Cosmic Drift Mega Mini Festival took place at DOCK 11 from 11 to 14 November 2021. Of the ‘four evenings of evolving stories that share space and collide on a cosmic drift’, I attended two. I was rewarded with two beautiful and dazzling shows and a performance lottery in which I won a cosy and thought-provoking nap in a lace-made tent. T.E.N.T. Festival did not send me to a supernova or take me on an intergalactic trip (the bold promises made in the festival description), but instead made me reflect on the politics of care and softness, and on the necessity of supporting each other in our precarious and uncertain times.
Inky Lee creates an immersive sound monologue that addresses dance.Continue reading “Monologue to Dance”
The Corona pandemic provided some people more time to be alone. Sometimes, this may mean sitting with oneself without external distractions. Inky Lee, who lives alone, is one of these people. One night, she quietly sits in this state and observes the movements of her insides.Continue reading “Collage of Loneness”
When the possibility of meeting and touching people has been restricted due to the Corona pandemic, Inky Lee reflects on physical intimacy.Continue reading “Crumb Drawers”
When movement has been restricted due to the Corona pandemic, Inky Lee travels in her room.Continue reading “Moving Puzzle”
Inky Lee writes about “Exotic Animal”, a performance created and performed by Ming Poon, and co-produced by English Theatre Berlin. The performance took place online, via Zoom, on 3 – 5 December 2020.Continue reading “Be More Chinese”
Inky and Imari imagine themselves as worms, and plot their way to continue squirming in creative arcs after being stepped on.Continue reading “Squirming Like Disco Stars”
Inky Lee thinks about her personal relationship to dance and writing after attending an event in Berlin about dance and writing. After ardent attempts, she fails to articulate.Continue reading “Do Not Write”
Inky Lee contemplates hormones, desire, and love in the context of attending Twinkle, a sound and movement gathering, and observing her cat’s hormonal explosion.Continue reading “Twinkle, a Hormonal Dance”
Inky Lee writes about her personal experience around rehearsing and performing in an unnamed work. The piece premiered in Berlin and consisted of three parts performed in three different locations.Continue reading “My Survival Tactic: Fantasising”