Bitter Moves Sweet Truths
An evening of continuing
Angela Wai Nok Hui
Ghost and John
Last Christmas, a new telescope was sent into space and is now wandering in the dark and mysterious galaxy - is this how we, as artists, feel when we go deep into our consciousness in search of what makes us feel alive?
On this multi-sensory journey, we navigate the dilemmas of politics, sickening racial attacks, and the widening gap between the ‘successful’ and ‘starving’ artist figure, moving with and through the audience.
Together they look at what creative exchange and artist alliance means in a world where the arts are under threat, and how to project a healthier future in the post-pandemic world.
This dynamic promenade piece will merge dance with soundscapes & projections, transporting you to a place of calm that strives to build connections through art.
Ticket holders are invited to an after-show conversation.
Interviews and featuring of the event and artists are welcome. If interested, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to the original performance soundtrack here:
Idea, Direction, Performance: Angela Wai Nok Hui, Ghost and John
Sound and music: Angela Wai Nok Hui
Archive film manipulation and projections: Ghost Chan
Text: John Chan
3-D visuals for projection: Jeffrey Choy
Stage management: Bonnie Chan
Venue partner: Streatham Space Project & Old Fire Station
Rehearsal space support: Chisenhale Dance Space & Papergang Theatre
Streatham Space Project, London
The Old Fire Station, Oxford