SI FY1718 Cycle 1

Baby Baby Mama Bear by Faye Lim and Bernice Lee



Description

Join Bernice Lee in this initial public sharing of her choreographic exploration with dancers Faye Lim and Eva Tey. They explore nuances of womanhood and the meaning of being with child; playing with unpredictability, responsibility, patience, girlish charm, and the mysterious maternal instinct.
 
In this process the artists have discussed the meaning of femininity and feminism, the evolution of our culture across the gender divide, but mostly, the joys and troubles of having a child, or of knowing you might one day birth a child or four.
 
The process for this work began in April 2016. They have physicalised pretending to be babies and pretending to be pregnant, amongst other things.
 
Baby Baby Mama Bear is supported under SIF's Singapore Internationale programme.
 
 


Date:09 Dec 2017 - 20 Dec 2017
Venue:Vientiane, Laos
Map:click here
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