8/ 26 - 28 | 19:30
The length of the show is about 40 minutes.
Venue: Navy Yard No.2
Tickets: MOP 140
Performance language: No language
Suitable for those aged 13 or over
Time and Toys
創作人高凱琳由戲劇跨界到形體表達，《Time and Toys》是她首個個人創作《Almost》的第二階段呈現，繼續拆解內心對時間的焦慮，用她那具發育完滿卻尚未適應的身體，呈現她感受到的當下，一個遊離、虛幻、又荒誕的錯亂時空。
Time and Toys
Where shall we go?
Where did we come from?
Are these two different questions or just the same inquiry in different ways?
No one can escape thinking about time. For example, when we see a traveller with luggage, how can we tell if s/he is on his/her way back home or just departing? Is it a must for us to really go somewhere? A person’s actual conditions are likely to be different from what others conjecture. Do we really have a grip on our life? We may well decide to live in the present, but does “the present” really exist?
Helen Ko Hoi Lam crosses over from theatre to physical expression. Time and Toys is a sequel to her first creation, Almost, as she continues to decode the anxiety towards time. With her fully-grown body to which she is still adapting, Helen will reveal what she feels in the present moment, a chaotic time-space that is dissociating, illusory and absurd.
近年作品： 香港大館舞蹈季《198491牆後的赤祼信息》邱加希 作品《圄》、澳門夢劇社《兩韓統一》等。
來自日本的居澳結他手、作曲家和音效設計師，早年在福岡組織了“Climb Your Mind”樂隊並開始其音樂生涯。婚後，他來到澳門展開新旅程，加入澳門著名樂隊刃記作結他手。他同時制作電子和後古典音樂，為電影、劇場和視覺作品配樂。
2017年推出處女獨立專輯《Monologue EP》(澳門獨立音樂廠牌4daz-le Record)，揉合精致的古典音樂元素和電子節奏，帶來迷人的聲音。
Helen, Ko Hoi Lam
Born in Macao/ Studied in Taiwan/ Lives between Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao
Graduated from the School of Theatre Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA), majoring in performance. In 2018, she studied at the Odin Teatret in Denmark on scholarship, before studying dance creation in TNUA’s Graduate Institute of Dance in 2019.
Her recent works include The Message Behind The Wall by 198491 at Tai Kwun in Hong Kong, Confine – a piece of KT, Yau Ka Hei and The Reunification of the Two Koreas with Dream Theater.
Born in Japan/ Studied in Japan/ Lives in Macao
Aki, is a Japanese guitarist, composer, sounder designer, based in Macao. Originally from Fukuoka, Japan, Aki started his professional career as a musician performing with his own band “Climb Your Mind”. After getting married, he chose to follow a new and exciting adventure, by leaving Japan to move to Macau. In 2013, he became the guitarist for Macau’s popular rock band BLADEMARK. Besides playing in the band, Aki, as a solo artist, composes and performs electronic and post-classical music, and produces music for theaters, films and visual works.
In 2017, he released his debut solo work, “Monologue EP” (4daz-le record, Macau) - a cinematic album that features delicate classical music elements infused with exquisite electronic rhythms and mesmerizing ambient sounds.
Born in Macao/ Studied in Taiwan/ Lives in Macao
Chan graduated in Stage Design from Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA) in 2017. She is the artistic director of Songs of Migrants in the 28th Macao Arts Festival, stage designer of The Dumb Waiter (2016), a graduation production by the 110th Graduating Class of the School of Theatre Arts of TNUA, and worked as an image assistant for The Here & Now (2015), an autumn performance also by the School of Theatre Arts of TNUA.
*作品為孵化項目「非常一搏Give it a shot」之第二階段呈現。
Concept / performance: Helen, Ko Hoi Lam
Music Design / performance: Akitsugu fukushima
Set and costume Design: Kaby Chan
Artistic consultant: Johnny, Tam Chi Chun
Lighting Designer: To Kuok Hong
Sound Engineer: Chan Ming Kin
Stage Management: MIIS production
Duty Stage Management: Sarah Tong
*The work is a second presentation of the incubation project 'Give it a shot.'