I have always been a fan of maps since L6 when I was working on a project titled as “Rooftop” (OK it might not sounds logical to you but it makes perfect sense to me). Vintage maps, 3D maps, digital maps… They have been a very valuable influence and inspirations of my work – The information given, abstract lines, font, indication patches… everything! I really love reading maps! So when I know the Southwark Playhouse is showing The A-Z of Mrs P – I know I. Must. Go!
It was a sunny day after the horrible storm from last night, and my first visit to the Fashion and Textile Museum for their Picasso to Warhol exhibition was so perfect with the stunning orange building under the clear blue sky! :)))
Arebyte, a digital and performing art gallery in Hackney Wick which I am part-time interning with did a 24 hour project with Mark Farid – Alone Together.
As a normal routine, I was at The Print Room volunteer ushering with their latest contemporary dance production – Ignis. Similarly to the Fuerzabruta production of using natural elements throughout the evening, Ignis (which means fire in Italian) brightens and warmth the winter cold from the hollow darkness.
I celebrated my Chinese New Year with my buddies from Hong Kong at Fuerzabruta following our dinner at Circus. For bunnies whom love contemporary dance performance, I would definitely recommend it as a whole new perspective of promenade interactive dance theatre.