Art Sonje Performance: Jee-Ae Lim Mountain, Tree, Cloud and Tiger ver.0

2019. 11. 30. / 12. 1.

1F Project Space, Art Sonje Center

Art Sonje Performance: Jee-Ae Lim Mountain, Tree, Cloud and Tiger ver.0

The Art Sonje Center presents Lim Jee-ae’s performance Mountain, Tree, Cloud, and Tiger ver.0 on November 30th and December 1st.

Lim Jee-ae, who has been questioning the roots and the origin of Korean dance, continues to explore how it has developed within the various cultural agencies. The artist is particularly interested in tracing and recording the past and present of Korean dance through the acts of migration, built upon the idea of geographical space and the spatiality of the body. It is an attempt to connect the “memories of the body,’ which are scattered among various subjects, reenacting the transformation of a local art form in a larger geographic space using the language of the body. Lim reconstructs some of the moves and materials based on her earlier work, which first premiered in Berlin, Germany, in October.

*There is an artist talk planned for about 30 minutes after the performance.
*Video-recording/photographing is restricted during the performance.
*Re-Entry is permitted during the performance.
*Food and drinks are not allowed in the exhibition hall.

Dates Nov 30 – Dec 1 2019, 5:00 p.m. (30 min)

Venue 1F Project Space, Art Sonje Center

Admission 10,000KRW

Bank Account 신한은행(Shinhan Bank) 100-024-172796 (재)대우재단아트선재센터

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Lim Jee-ae currently lives in Germany after completing her M.A. in choreography at the Solo/Dance/Authorship (SODA) HZT/Udk Choreography School in Berlin. She comes from a traditional Korean dance background. Thus, Lim is concerned about the multiplicity of meanings of the traditional Korean dance in the present age through choreographic experiments under the conditions of the performance media. The notion of tradition to her eye is less about worshipping the visions and glories of the past but closer to a creative space, in which criticisms as experimental entities arise. Her major works include ‘The New Monster,’ ‘10 Years in 1 Minute – Still Moving, Transition, Reprise,’ a trilogy based on the theme of the ‘memory of the body.’ Furthermore, Lim was named for the ‘Notable Rookie Choreographer’ by a German magazine, Tanz, and also as one of the ‘12 Next Generation of Young Artists 2015’ from the magazine Gaesuk in Korea.

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Organized by Art Sonje Center
Supported by Berlin Senat Culture and Europe , Goethe-Institut

2019. 11. 30. / 12. 1.
1F Project Space, Art Sonje Center