New Force in Motion Series: Dehydrated Flower by Ivy Tsui

2015-01-09 20:00 - 2015-01-11 16:00

New Force in Motion Series: Dehydrated Flower by Ivy Tsui

When: 9-10 Jan 2015 Fri-Sat 20:00, 10-11 Jan Sat-Sun 15:00
Where: Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre

Dehydrated Flower by Ivy Tsui


It is a common analogy in art and in history of the world to liken flowers to human beings, and even more common to liken them to women. Is this love of beauty in women's nature? Or it is more like men's 'second nature'? Flowers bloom and wither. But people tend to do everything they can to make their most glorious moments stay.

They use photography, painting, poetry, fiction and music to stop time, but never succeed in making the beauty of flowers stay, least of all with the dehydrating process. The same applies to flowers and to human beings. People strive to capture transient beauty and make it eternal.

Are they trying to encapsulate moments, or are they looking for the exuberant vitality that is bursting forth in every stage of life, from birth to death, with growing up and aging in between?


Production Team
Choreographer and Performer: Ivy Tsui
Set Designer: Yuen Hon Wai
Video Designer: Oliver Shing
Composer and Musician: Lego Shum
Lighting Designer: Bert Wong
Graphic Designer: Benny Leung
Rehearsal Assistant: Blue Ka Wing
Producer: Raymond Wan


Ivy Tsui
Ivy Tsui graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Her creations included Beans (Beijing) in Site-specific Dance Series, Quanquan at Hong Kong Kubrick Café, Video Installation?, Installing Myself I and Installing Myself II in Video Experiment Series, short pieces Shan Zha Shu, Dandelion, Dream, Played by a candy wrap…, etc. They all received favorable comments.

Quanquan II in Site-specific Dance Series was re-run with the support by Hong Kong Art Development Council in 2012. Beans in Site-specific Dance Series was also re-run with the support by Hong Kong Dance Company in 2014.

Ivy Tsui was a dancer of Y-Space and a visiting artist of Body Acts (Beijing). Currently, Ivy works as freelance performer, tutor and choreographer in Hong Kong.


Running time of each performance is about 1 hour without intermission.
10 Dec 2015 (Sat) With post-performance meet-the-artist session.


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Tickets: $160 *Half-price tickets are available for senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and the minder, full-time students and Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) recipients.
Tel: 852-24080128
Add: 12 Hing Ning Road, Kwai Chung, N.T., Hong Kong


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