Choreography, Dance: Miri Lee
Lighting: Emese Csornai
Dance: Manuela Tessi
Music: Jong Kag Park
Lucht (Air) is a 50 minutes dance theatre performance premiered at ‘Dans in de Wereld’ at Muiderpoort theatre, Amsterdam. It is a collaboration between Miri Lee as a choreographer, dancer Manuela Tessi, musician Jong Kag Park and visual/light artist Emese Csornai.In ‘Lucht’ contemporary dance performance that takes air, and use of air as a departure point and meeting between Korean and Western dance technique.There will be five parts, each one referring to one of the senses (hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste).
Air is the vessel of communication between human and nature. Air and five senses is something all of us can easily refer to, as the senses are the basis of human perception. In ‘Lucht’, M. Lee combines the tension in the stillness coming from the controlled way of breathing used in the Korean traditional dance.She investigates a balance of Korean Breathing scale and flow movement, reflecting differences in cultural tendencies in East and West.