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Nien Tzu Weng

Laboratory · Laboratoire

Dates

May, 2024, 17 - 19

Venue

Anti-Space

Practical Informations

Free event

May 17, 2024
Doors open at 7:00 PM
Performance (approximately 30 minutes) at 7:30 PM
Doors close at 9:00 PM

May 18 – 19, 2024
Doors open at 4:00 PM
Performance (approximately 30 minutes) at 4:30 PM
Doors close at 6:00 PM

Anti-Space
5425 casgrain, Montreal, Quebec H2T 1X9, space 318

Limited seats, reservation: https://www.zeffy.com/fr-CA/ticketing/9496f8fb-b12d-40d9-be8b-71da4e1dd973

Description

A dance score, a light robot, a virtual world - different rooms, some objects, 4 personas - interrelated in a mix of realities. What would happen when they all come together? When the past and future meet one another, what timezone do we live in?

Nien Tzu Weng is opening her studio to invite people to travel through propositions of landscapes she carried with her from Taiwan, experimenting the density and intensity through multiverses, where realities co-influence a multi-layered temporality.


Team

Artistic direction, Original Concept, Scenography, Choreography: Nien Tzu Weng
Videographer, Photographer: Vjosana Shkurti
Online digital artist: Naoto Hieda
Augmented Reality: Timothy Thomasson, Milo Reinhardt, Ahmed Drebika
Sound design: Dae Courtney
Video mapping: Baco Lepage-Acosta
Scenography, Material and Costume: Marie-Audrey Jacques
Rope artist and assistant scenographer: Isaac Chanoki Endo
Production manager: Emile Pineault

Co-presented by Danse-Cité + Festival Accès Asie
Co-produced by Nien Tzu Weng, Danse-Cité + Festival Accès Asie
Curated by Ellen Furey and Sophie Corriveau 

Laboratory · Laboratoire is made possible thanks to the financial support of: Conseil des arts du Canada, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Danse-Cité and Festival Accès Asie.

Artistic intent

My creative process involves language barrier, internal dialogues between western and eastern philosophies, questions on cross generational and culture ideology. My performances often include issues of gender equality, personal identity, and playing dynamics between audiences and performers, and I am looking to facilitate a space that reflects diverse perspectives.

About the artist