Wednesday, October 23, 2013


 Date & Time: 
 6th, 7th December 2013 @ 8.30pm
 8th December 2013 @ 3pm

 MAP @ Publika Black Box, Level G2-01, Block A5, Solaris
 Dutamas, No.1, Jalan Dutamas 1, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.

 Minimum donation of 
 Adult RM 38, Students RM 28
 Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248

Please browse our youtube website to watch the teaser if you've missed it.
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INTERTWINED is a contemporary dance performance challenged the idea of collaboration. Choreographer Steve Goh, music composer Chor Guan Ng and set designer Lisa Foo come together and create a performing art piece that interacts between different arts disciplines, interpreting the word "intertwined" through their professional artistic language of each. A performing art piece that is based on interaction, moveable abstract origami set design that inspired the body movement of dancers, music that incorporate the ideas of body movement, dance movement that react to music rhythm, emotions coming from deep down of performers heart that interrelate to the environment. This performance seeks relationship between space and time, defines imagination and reality, symbolized consciousness and unconsciousness.

Three dancers including choreographer Steve Goh, Bee Hung Tan and Foong Siew Ching will perform on stage, bringing the audience a newly created stage performance. Through body movement and music, this performance brings audiences an exciting sensory experience.


Steve Goh (Choreographer/ Dancer)
A Sabah native, Steve Goh graduated from The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts (APA). After returning from Europe as a freelance dancer, Steve founded Youth Studio of Dance in 2004 with Lee Swee Keong and Amy Len. In 2011, Steve founded JS Dance Theatre with Datin Jane. He has collaborated with choreographers from all over the globe including Rosalind Newman (New York), Pina Bausch (Germany), Natalie Weir (Australia), Tony Yap (Australia), Csaba Budday (Australia), Ng Teck Voon (Amsterdam), Helen Lai (Hong Kong), Ong Yong Lock (Hong Kong), Angela Liong (Singapore), Chen Wei Ya (China) and Lin Hwai Min (Taiwan). Between year 2006 to 2013, Steve has received numerous awards from BOH Cameronian Arts Awards including “Best Performer”, “Best Set Design”, “Best Choreographer in a Mixed Bill” and “Most Promising Artist”. 

Ng Chor Guan (Music Composer)
NG is an invigorating music composer and sound designer for theatre, dance, film, concert music and new media. He started his career as professional music composer during his years in London. In 2008, he was nominated for Cameronian Arts Awards Most Promising Artist. His music for films was awarded the Grand prizes in Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival in France and Artfilm Fest in Slovak Republic. In 2010, he was nominated the Best Music Composition, 1st Selangor Youth Awards and awarded the Goethe Institute Scholarship in 2011. He was the musical director and composer as well as theremin player for Live Cinema Performance entitled “Super Everything” directed by The Light Surgeons. In 2012, he was invited to be one of the five Asians selected artist who represented Asia in The Playable City Sprint at Bristol, UK and also invited to Korea to perform at the opening ceremony of the 7th Global RCE Conference organized by UNICEF. Ng currently lectures in University Malaya and New Era College. To add to his list of accomplishments, he has also produced 11 CD albums.

Lisa Foo (Set Designer)
Trained in architecture, she now practices design independently. Lisa has been involved in art projects and set installations, alone and in collaboration with others, for a few years now beginning with Art for Grabs 2007 in Kuala Lumpur. Recently, she has created and exhibited the eco-light sculptures depicting deep sea creatures from recycled plastic drinking bottles with her friend and formed LFSS in 2008. Her art and installation were also exhibited at Re-creation: Art & sustainability 2008 jointly organized by Balai Seni Lukis Negara, and The Light Show 2009, which she co-produced in Kuala Lumpur. Through the initiation of The River Art Project with choreographer-dancer, her eco-light installation expanded to the site-specific performance titled Reflections at Melaka Art and Performance Festival in 2010 and River Meets Light at George Town Festival 2011. In her creative experimentation with found objects, she is seeking for that transformation of the unexpected into art and beyond through sculptural installations.

Tan Bee Hung (Dancer)
LLB degree graduate. Trained predominantly in contemporary dance and has participated in various dance performances in Malaysia, Singapore, China, Germany etc. She was selected to participate in the 'International Young Choreographers Project' 2013 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Currently a full time dance instructor and dancer with Kwang Tung Dance Company.

Foong Siew Ching (Dancer)
Foong Siew Ching graduated from University Science Malaysia. She trained in contemporary dance and classical ballet. She has participated in various performances locally and internationally, including Singapore, China, Germany etc. She won Best Choreographer in a Mixed Bill at the 9th Annual BOH Cameronian Arts Awards in 2012. She was one of the 7 selected emerging choreographers in the recently held Dance Escalator Program launched by MyDance Alliance. Currently she works as a dance instructor, choreographer and freelance dancer. She is also a dancer with the Kwang Tung Dance Company. 

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