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Workshop by Rebecca Wong


An exploration of the dynamics of human relationships, where the use of a rope facilitates and amplifies the experience of controlling and being controlled.

Rebecca Wong is a graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Wong’s choreography and performances question stereotypes from a female perspective. Sometimes provocative her works evoke a revaluation of attitudes by and towards – women, body and desires, especially sex.

Major works include: ‘When Time Limps’, ‘Woman.Body’, ‘19841012’, ‘Nook and Bird-Watching’. With performances in Iceland, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Australia.

Wong studied Butoh under master Yukio Waguri’ and participated in the theatre production, White Room in 2016. Earning a scholarship in 2017 she joined the Atlas choreography workshops at the ImPulsTanz Vienna International Dance Festival. In 2018 Wong participated in Creative meeting Point :Hong Kong x Barcelona a residency exchange programme with the support of West Kowloon. Bird-Watching was part of The Message Behind the Wall by 198491 winner of the Outstanding Small Venue Production 2019.

As a dance artist, Wong seeks to enrich her choreography through contemplation of social issues. She anticipates creating more works from the perspective of women that question traditional asian mindset.

Rebecca Wong participates in ‘Creative Meeting Point :Hong Kong x Barcelona’ by Mercat de les Flors – Graner and West Kowloon Cultural Authority (WKCDA) . More info about the project HERE.

Dates:  October 6th from 11h to 18h (lunch pause)

Place: Graner (c/Jane Addams 14-16, Barcelona)

Number of participants: 12 maximum

Price: 25€

More info:

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