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”
Review written by Nine Yamamoto-Masson.*
Continue reading “Sajan Mani – Tyger von otherspur”
This performance was part of the festival Radical Mutation: On the Ruins of Rising Suns, curated by Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, Saskia Köbschall, Tmnit Zere, in collaboration with Wearebornfree! Empowerment Radio, 23.9.–4.10.2020, HAU1+2+4.
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”
On September 11, 2020, Pêdra Costa* went to see “Inverted Landscapes”, a performance directed by André e. Teodósio (Teatro Praga) from Lisbon, which began inside with an exhibition by Teodósio and Bruno Bogarim, and was then taken out onto the streets. It was presented at the gallery Kunstraum Botschaft – Camões Berlin, by the performers Ana Tang, Aurora Pinho and Paulo Pascoal.Continue reading “We Have to Learn to Repair the Denial: Inverted Landscapes, Action in the Streets and Stolen Lives.”
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”