Photo by Terry Tsang
RLDU 右左下上 (2018)
RLDU 右左下上 is a documentary contemporary dance work, recording the emotional experience of Ghost and John deciding to switch field from science to art, experimenting integration of text, act and dance, and celebrate a diversity of dancers on stage. The full-length work is 1 hour and 15 minutes long, with 9 dancers and 3 actors.
The project develops from a dialogue between Cheshire Cat and Alice in "Alice in Wonderland" and is in response to Satre's "existence precedes essence". The human being does not possess any inherent identity or value. We are doubtful about our identity and meaning of life. We are getting lost in the crowd. Only our true selves can witness our true feelings.
The duo is now seeking new platforms to re-make acts and scenes from the full-length into different formats, giving new life to the original work.
18 August 2018
Studiodanz Kowloon, Hong Kong
Co-Production and Co-Choreography: Ghost and John
Stage Manager: Michael Mui
Devising Performers: Veronica Chan, Bowie Siu, Siu Siu, Pui Yung Shum, Tinetine, Jacky Leung, Karen Luk, Sai, Kam, Ben