Increasingly, humans become dispensable toward
Increasingly, humans become dispensable toward each other and for themselves. There is no more value appreciation beyond exploitative purposes. Almost all relationships are built on mere ‘usefulness’.
In this third edition of Dance In Situ, choreographer Marcus Foo will work in collaboration with 7 dancers to create a work that aims to reflect the idea of usefulness and what that term signifies in the context of neighbourhood; as it questions if we as a community are establishing connections in order to achieve our goals, or is there more beyond “using” one another. The work will move through the neighbourhood surrounding Bedok Maze.
There will be a workshop and dialogue session held in conjunction with the performances, to provide the public with greater insights into the creative process and enable conversations between the public and the artists involved.
WORKSHOP & DIALOGUE
24 June 2017
4:00 – 6:00 pm
*Limited to 20 participants for workshop
Free to observe and engage in dialogue.
30 June – 2 July
Bedok Maze & Surrounds (Bedok South Road)
Give what you can
Presented in conjunction with PassionArts Festival 2017.
Event Partners: People’s Association, PassionArts, Bedok CACC
Supported by: National Arts Council, Arts Fund
June 24 (Saturday) 4:00 pm - July 2 (Sunday) 8:00 pm
Bedok Maze and Surrounds
Bedok South Road