ArtScience Late at Home with Adele Goh

ArtScience Late at Home presents a new performance work choreographed and performed by independent dance artist and performance-maker Adele Goh. Contemplating our collective experience of isolation and loss, Adele's solo dance piece is composed from her intuitions and dreams of breath, life, and hope.

The performance will be livestreamed on 20 August (Thursday), 9pm in tandem with a Q&A session moderated by Zhang Baoxin (Curator, Public Programmes).

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The Artist

  • Adele Goh

    Adele Goh is an independent dance artist, performer and maker. Her recent collaborations include Back of the Bus, an interactive site-specific performance by Java Dance Theatre for Arts in your Neighbourhood and Plastik by Melissa Quek and Ang Hui Bin.

    From 2013-2018, she joined Frontier Danceland as a company artist, performing in works by choreographers including Low Mei Yoke (Singapore), Christina Chan (Singapore), Matej Kejzar (Slovenia), Liu Yen-Cheng (Taiwan), Stephanie Lake (Australia), Shahar Binyamini (Israel), Sita Ostheimer (Germany) and Thomas Lebrun (France). In 2019, she was commissioned by M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival to create Disappearing Act in collaboration with Germaine Cheng. This solo work has since been selected to be performed in Odoru Akita International Dance Festival in Japan and Internationale Tanzmesse NRW in Germany.

    In 2021, she will co-create a new work with award-winning Korean dance artist, Kwon Hyuk, which will premiere at CONTACT Contemporary Dance festival.

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