At the culmination of her masters research with DAS Choreography, Hyoung-Min Kim shares her work in the presentation of '/ 70/ Cipher'. We warmly invite you to join.
How are censorship and self-censorship embodied through the body? This question drives Hyoung-Min Kim into diverse research practices. In this presentation, she shares two parts of her research.
70, is an imaginary number inspired by Personal Space, by Edward Hall. 70 cm is a trajectory between intimate space and personal space. It is a symbol of invasion of intimate space and protection of personal space. It contains two states: protection and invasion. 70 cm is also the approximate distance that the artist Ai Weiwei was continuously observed by guards during a detention of 91 days.
Here Hyoung-min Kim finds a common character within censorship, which performs not only for the purpose of protection of society, but also the invasion of privacy.
She applies the concept of 70 to the body, as a principle of movement, and examines what emerges. What happens if we limit movement within the notion of 70?
She shares a personal letter, which was written under strong self-censorship.
It reveals a process of confronting self-censorship in herself.
Concept: Hyoung-Min Kim
Performance: Malgven Gerbes, Hyoung-Min Kim
Music: Mattef Kulmey
Light: Benjamin Schälike
DATES & LOCATION
Saturday 20 January 2018 @ 19:30, followed by a short after-talk
Sunday 21 January 2018 @ 16:00
DAS Graduate School, Overhoeksplein 2, Amsterdam
Attendance is free, but seating is limited. So we have a first-come, first-serve policy. Reserve your place with an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a confirmation when your name is added to the list. This will be in January 2018. Make sure to specify which date you like to attend!
Sher Doruff, Jeroen Fabious, Thijs Witty, Lisa Skwirblies, Hyutea Kim, Velvet Leigh, Harco Haagsma, Udo Akemann, Collegues from DAS Choreography, Uferstudio Berlin and Tanzfabrik Berlin