퍼포먼스 | PERFORMANCE
프로젝트 첩첩산중 평창은 13개의 퍼포먼스를 만들었습니다.
Performance in Pyeong Chang
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'ENCOUNTER'
This video shows the last part of 'Deep in the Mountains × PyeongChang' Final Showcase. Choreography by Dance Producer Soodong Jung and Music by Music Producer Jaehoon Kim, the final performance brings the event to a close with a group dance and ensemble. The choreography focuses on capturing each and every memorable moment the artist felt as they tried to adapt to the new surroundings. The inner feelings— happiness, sadness, and joy—transforms, collides, and overlaps by the dancers. The music expresses the everyday life of the artists, pondering and practicing their individual work within strict time limits in new surroundings with endless repetitive rhythm and melody. The solo of each instrument over the piano tunes is the sound of the inner side of one another layer upon layer and the time spent in Deep in the Mountains × PyeongChang. Deep in the Mountains, layer upon layer, we are heading toward the same direction. Choreography : Soodong Jung Music : Jaehoon Kim
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'Memory'
Ji Hye Chung: “I tried to express the conversation between Bassist player Ehud about Nature-Anti nature using dance and music. It starts with asking a question about Nature and Anti-nature and then develops into focusing on the conversations about daily life and feelings of each event, conflict between matter and nature, crossing of music and dance.” Choreography & Dance : Ji Hye Chung Music : Ehud Ettun
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'A string for Sarabande'
Boram Jun: “Through collaboration work with musician Veronica, we tell a story about ‘String.’ The musical structure of Saraband and each body movements encounters String ‘with’ and ‘on.’ In this process, its original shape is distorted and transformed.” Choreography & Dance : Boram Jun Music : Veronica Tollenaar
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'I will survive'
Yong Sean Liu: “I talk about the experiences of different artists who come together to share the nature of PyeongChang. How to relate nature with the artists’ art work? I used ‘Collage’ to discover the various rules of the Proximity between human and nature.” Choreography : Yong Sean Liu(MAS) Dance : Yong Sean Liu(MAS), Soodong Jung,(KOR), Bartek Woszczynski(POL), Thanh Chung Nguyen(VIE) Music : Hyewon Choi(KOR)
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'Elephant'
Ingrid Rosborg: “Through collaboration work with other musicians, we collide with each other principles and attempt new artistic discovery. This was a challenge outside my comfort zone and became a passageway to rethink about myself. Me as part of this world when everything that shaped me from the system constructed by humans is peeled away. Maybe one can have more in common with an elephant or a tree than another human being?” Choreography : Ingrid Rosborg
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'After the Past'
Bartek Woszczynski: “In my body, memories and regrets from the past and other experiences remain. I expressed a moment in the past as one body ( Single ) and one dance ( Solo ) and tried to explore how individual experience can transfer to an experience of a stranger ( audience ) .” Choreography & Dance : Bartek Woszczynski(POL) Music : Seayool Kim(KOR)
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'The White String'
Irina Demina: “The content of my work through collaboration is experimentation with the methods of “metaphorical spaces and bodies” in relation to sound and image. Inspired by the female dancing spirits Vilas, I investigated the relationships between imagination and body configurations, presence and absence in relation to visual image and sound.” Choreography : Irina Demina(RUS) Dance : Irina Demina(RUS), Soodong Jung(KOR) Music : Patricio Noe Crom(ARG), Tine Surel Lange(NOR)
Deep in the Mountains X Pyeongchang Final Showcase - 'Is There'
Thanh Chung Nguyen: “Through collaboration work with Boram, we explore human behaviors of collecting stones and piling them. The motive behind this project all started at Woljeongsa during Temple stay. Musician Tine helped us find the sounds of nature. Three artists with three different styles made this work more interesting.” Choreography : Thanh Chung Nguyen(VIE) Dance : Thanh Chung Nguyen(VIE), Boram Jun(KOR) Music : Tine Surel Lange(NOR)