Zhang Tian Yi 张天伦 (performance) • Thomas Charvériat (art direction & technical guidance) • Fabrice Amzel (video animation) • Jean Le Guyader (documentation) • Guan Yan 官彦 (production supervisor)
The English philosopher R.G Collingwood once declared that “dance was the mother of all languages” to this thought he choreographed a moment that could transcend language barriers and break boundaries. Starring the love child of a marriage of oriental and occidental cultures and dancing the moves of a historical European art, whilst wearing a dress whose roots begin in Ancient Chinese legend. The glory of this intercultural exchange was dreamt up in an enticing reverie. He saw a planet that had been ravaged by meaningless battles; he grew tired of witnessing the devastating circumstances of clashes of culture... Whilst in his mind a beautiful phantasm marked through a routine, Collingwood sat there and pondered the prospect of how one who could benefit from the best of both worlds, artistically and spiritually, in a dance of affinitive appreciation... [Cecilia Garcia]
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