"Time to Meet" is a series of open rehearsals and discussions, a meeting place for exchange and feedback on artistic processes, this time with the artist Gyeong-Min Kang.
"This story is about possibility. The possibility has a meaning of the future. Because we feel like living in the present, but the future is not far from now. It is going to happen in just 1 second. It contains infinite chance and we might feel waves of derived emotions from it. The future is unstable. The Possibility based on the future is also unexpected and unsettled. People have all possibility of this performance"
This takes place within the framework of a residence, which is made possible through cooperation with the Daegu Cultural Foundation in Daegue, Korea.
Choreography/Dance: Gyeong-Min Kang/SITS Dance Project | Dance: Yariel, Dan Su, Meggie Blankschyn | Supported by the Daegu Cultural Foundation in Daegue, Korea. | Co-founded by Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa.
Gyeong-Min Kang is a choreographer and a dancer from South Korea. Her main interest is that human’s deep inside mind causes diverse issues. She believes that person’s behaviors have cause-and-effect relationship. Most of her performance pieces are about human psychology and explore human’s feelings.