TPAM 2020 #4: Malaysia, Represent!
Lee Ren Xin, dancer/choreographer
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In our fourth show in a series covering the Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2020 (TPAM 2020), we spotlight the Malaysian performer who was featured at the event, dancer/choreographer Lee Ren Xin. We speak with her about how she transposed her project, which involved becoming part of a community through a ritual of daily walking and dancing in Section 19 (Petaling Jaya) for 18 months, into a Japanese context, and what she learnt in the process.
Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan
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Categories: Film, Performing Arts, History, People and Places, Visual Arts
Tags: TPAM2020, performing arts, Malaysian performing arts, Asian performing arts, Japan, arts festival, Southeast Asia, Southeast Asian art, dance, choreography, contemporary dance, community, Petaling Jaya, Front Row, The Bigger Picture,