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Destinies Of Flowers In The Mirror


Key Words

Abjection, Ambivalence, Asian Classical Literature, Collaboration, Contemporary Art, Contemporary Dance, Counter-Appropriation, Eating Disorders, Gender, Holocaust, Installation Art, Jing Hua Yuan (Destinies Of Flowers In The Mirror), Live Art, Ming Dynasty Chinese Literature, Outdoor Performance, Promenade Performance, Queer Studies, Singapore Writing, Site-Specific Theatre, Suntec City Fountain, Transdisciplinary Performance,


About

One woman refuses to eat. She becomes the chosen one – to lead the women, the people, into a new era. She visits Gandhi, Karen Carpenter and Mother Theresa on a little island called Paradise. Hordes of women follow her – women who heal and perform miracles. The women have a glimpse of utopia in the Land of Women. They become a nation unto themselves – a nation of hungry ghosts. They are hunted by a man with a syringe – by the establishment.

Inspired by the Ming Dynasty classic, “Jing Hua Yuan”, and the Holocaust during World War II.



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Location:>
Suntec City Fountain, Singapore, Singapore
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Date:>
1 – 10 May 1997
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People:>
Concept & Director: Collaborators & Performers: Writer: Installation Artist: Choreographer: Production Director:
Tay Tong.
Production Manager:
Tan Lay Hoon.
Technical Manager:
Emmanuel Lee.
Stage Manager:
Karen Loh.
Associate Stage Manager:
Denise Pereira.
Wardrobe:
Dian Tanmizi, Doreen Chen.
Stage Team:
Agnes Tan, Clarrisa Von Riesen, Penny Ng.
Production:
Cheryle Yin-Lo.
Set Construction:
Kevin Draper.
Business Manager:
Michele Lim.
Publicity:
Leslie Lee.
Collaterals:
Theseus Chan
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, WORK.
Front of House:
Elvan Ong, Julia Lim, Low Su Ming, Tilottama Shome-Sinha.
Ticketing:
Norizah b Mohd Sabudin.
Administration:
Michelle Bong.
Chief Muse:
Janey Hou.
Photography:
Tharm Sook Wai.

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Genre:> Contemporary Art
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Contemporary Performance
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Live Art
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Outdoor Performance
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Performance
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Promenade Performance
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Queer Performance
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Singapore Writing
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Site-Specific Performance
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Site-Specific Theatre
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Theatre
,
Transdisciplinary Performance
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Year:> 2020


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