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Hwang soo Hyun
The performance experiments to see if the physical sensation, which has been stored in individuals’ experience, can be developed into “collective sensation” to enable communication among people. The performers transfer their sensations by using physical sensation felt through their skins, and muscular sensation connected to the bodily movements. Physical sensation used during the performance connects the performers and the audiences, and this sensation is transformed into unfamiliar impression. This work thus attempts to see how the others’ sensations can be linked to the individuals’ experiences.Intention of the Choreography
Dealing with sensation - which is in the realm of unconsciousness, and with collectivity – which is in the realm of consciousness, Sense of Black approaches ‘empathy’ that works between a person and others. Asking a question about what will remain and what will disappear, this body-based performance explores the potential of the body.
Soo-hyun Hwang looks into how one’s experience functions in the performance where the performer and the audience co-exist. She has recently worked on expanding her interest in the connection between one’s physical senses and emotions towards the question of empathy with the others. Hwang has also played different roles in projects carried out by numerous artists.
Choreographer ｜ Soo-hyun Hwang
Creative assistant ｜ Na-ye Son
Cast ｜ Ho-jung Kang, Yeon-woo Na, Yu-ra Park, Da-som Hwang
Stage Manager ｜ Do-yeop Lee
Sound design ｜ An-na Kang
Light design ｜ Yeon-hwa Kong
Producer ｜ Heon-hu Kim, Yu-sung Lee
Video ｜ Tae-jun Yeop
Photo ｜ Hyeon-u Cho
Gathered for 2019 SPAF, this project group is characterized by its members delving into choreography and performing style. They play diverse parts in production, sharing questions arising from choreography, performing and watching and seeking for new ways. They also consistently think over the way to make a creative environment which constantly arouses artistic curiosity for collective growth.