White Ginger Lily

Hugh Cho x TS Crew
Date / Time: 11-12.01.2020 12:00
Location: Glass Bridge at 1/F
Length:Approximately 45 minutes without intermission
Remark: This is a non-verbal programme

What if I cannot retain it long in my memory
Things that did happen
Turn out to be never happened at all
A dream after all

Just like the spinning wheel on a treadle sewing machine, the formidable time wheel rolls on nonstop and yet at changing rhythm. Days after days, years after years, the wheel of time transforms into a giant beast. Flower blooms and fades, good things come and go. Memory is the best present we get from the past.

Connecting the building complex of The Mills are glass bridges and the ground, where artists have installed a gigantic sewing machine – a delicate ensemble of cloth and bamboo scaffolding. Prepared to be awed and amazed by the aerodynamic bodies crossing the air with difficult leaps, turns and other parkour movements.

Performer:
Cheng Tsz Yeung @TS Crew
Steve Ng @TS Crew
To Chi Sing @TS Crew
Tong Cheuk Yin
Li Sau Tung
Kwok Hang Lin

Producer:
Andy Lo @TS Crew

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