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Textures: 息.字亭 In the mood for words
Unfolding in the intimacy of the Play Den, In the mood for words is a two-part durational performance cum installation set in accordance to《房间絮语》Discourse In A Room, a collection of prose written by theatre actor and critic Neo Hai Bin over the past ten years on his reflections in daily life. In his writing practice, Hai Bin often attempts to cultivate two kinds of spaces to facilitate his creation process - a physical space and a mental one. The former allows him to indulge in writing and creating with a quiet mind while the latter hones his observation skills and empathy for the society at large. In this interactive and experiential event designed by 微Wei Collective, participants are invited to enter the mind of the writer and glimpse into his ruminations and inspirations, after which they get to pen down their thoughts and read their creations aloud.
This session will be held in Mandarin.
“微.Wei Collective” was formed by theatre
practitioners Liu Yong Huay and Neo Hai Bin in 2017. Liu Yong Huay is a lighting
designer by practice while Neo Hai Bin is an actor and a writer. They are
interested in the performance of space, and how the combination of materials
and movements can allow one to experience the breath of a space. They believe
in taking time to dive into the overlooked, the subtle, the negligible, hence
finding depth in these details. In September 2017, they explored and presented
“Breath @ Nine Years Theatre”, opening up a theatre rehearsal studio, and
presenting a performance in the space.
“微.Wei Collective”由剧场工作者梁海彬和廖永慧成立。梁海彬是演员、作者;廖永慧是灯光设计师。该艺术小组旨在探索各种不同的空间,通过物件与肢体动作的配合,让观众体会空间的独特“气息”。他们的理念是:挖掘空间里被忽视掉的、深入体察空间里琐细处,让空间“活”起来,在微不足道之间,见微知著2017 年,他们在九年剧场排练场呈现了“Breath @ Nine Years Theatre”,将排练场开放给公众。那也是九年剧场排练场第一次成为一个表演空间。
This programme is part of Textures – a weekend with words.
Textures celebrates the power and beauty of words. It invites audiences to experience and appreciate how words give us the ability to express ourselves as well as give meaning to our lives and the world. With its profound ability to connect and unite, words breathe life into the vast breadth of human thought and feeling, whether spoken or written.
In this weekend of words, we also celebrate Singapore literature and the people who have contributed to it. From mastering the craft to those building a community of writers and readers, they are all part of weaving and strengthening the fabric of our literary landscape.
- The event description was updated. Diff#311496 2018-01-26 14:56:32