Wednesday, September 25, 2013


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Port of Call was performed on 13 September 8pm (approx 20min) at FOST Gallery as part of the exhibition 床事--A Thing or Two about the Bed curated by Tang Ling-Nah
Port of Call is an original duet score created around sleepwalking (or somnambulism) and informed by movement principles such as contact improvisation and release technique. Here, the bed is regarded as a site of departure from reasoning and for release into the subconscious when the sleepwalking begins.

In creating the score, Strangeweather Movement asks these questions:
How conscious is the sleepwalker?
How far will the sleepwalker go?
How do we perform release?
Who is watching?

At once mundane and whimsical, Port of Call invites the audience to daydream about their sleepwalking abilities and potential activities.

Direction: Faye LIM
Performers: Bernice LEE, Daniel Sahagun SANCHEZ, NEO Yang Zong (guest artist)
Violinist: Audrina GOH

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