歸屬 Gui Shu (Belong)

Sally Richardson
Upcoming
12–16 November
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
Perth, WA

Through your eyes, I see myself…

透過你的雙眼, 我領悟了自己

Come on a contemplative journey through the streets, suburbs and open spaces of Taipei and Perth in Steamworks Arts’ latest production, 歸屬 Gui Shu (Belong). This moving new work is an invitation to reflect on moments of isolation, connection and finding your way.

Devised by an extraordinary interdisciplinary team, each performance fuses dance, music, sound and video projections live on stage.

The result of a 4-year intercultural exchange, 歸屬 Gui Shu (Belong) asks how our understanding of self and home are shaped by our experiences with others.

In addition, 歸屬 Gui Shu (Belong) will share a video installation of footage from both countries, to tell the story up until now.

Special Offer

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Credits

Writer/Director
Sally Richardson

Choreographer/Performers
Laura Boynes
Yilin Kong
Yiching Liao
Hsiao Tzu Tien

Sound & Music / Performers
Tristen Parr
Yenting Hsu

Vision Design
Ashley de Prazer
Pilar Mata Dupont

Lighting Designer
Chris Donnelly

Produced by
Performing Lines WA

Co-commissioned by
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Current dates & tickets

12–16 November
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
Perth, WA
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Information for Presenters

This work is currently in development ahead of premiere at PICA from November 12-16th, 2019.

We are currently seeking international presentation partners in Taiwan and beyond.

Jen Leys Producer

Presentation History

2018
Asia Discovers Asia Meeting
Taipei, Taiwan

Project Partners & Acknowledgements

Presenting partners:

Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre & Fly Global.

This project has received support from:
Taipei Arts & Cultural Foundation, Australian Cultural Fund, the WA Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Strut National Choreographic Centre, The Bundanon Trust and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.

In everything we do, we acknowledge that we live on Aboriginal land and constantly learn from the wisdom of our First Peoples.

Where we are and the history that precedes us informs how we work and how we move forward.