TSANG King-Fai, Terry
They are everywhere,
Long, frizzy, and matted.
On the street, in the house, all over me.
Terry TSANG exposes his fear of hairy objects in this dance solo. The work originates from the choreographer's childhood experience of being afraid of cats and dogs, especially the fear of hair. The dancer wearing hairy costumes, shakes his bodies vigorously which forces the choreographer to face his fear when creating and rehearsing.
近年專研舞蹈攝影並成⽴ Labora-Terry Arts，以舞蹈視覺攝造身體的瞬間，同時藉由鏡頭返照⾃身的舞蹈創作，重新展開對身體及創作的另⼀探索與叩問。
Tsang was a full-time dancer of the City Contemporary Dance Company from 2013 to 2019. He was nominated for “Outstanding Performance by Male Dancer” and “Tom Brown Emerging Choreographer at the Hong Kong Dance Awards” in 2019 and 2022 respectively. Premiering his signature work Mo Ngaan Tai and Terry-fy in 2019, he received invitations from two local festivals, and oversea festivals in Italy and Taiwan.
Recently he established Labora-Terry Arts, specializing in dance photography. Intensifying his exploration in creation and human body, his choreography and photography have fueled inspirations for each practice.
Choreographer / Performer: TSANG King-Fai, Terry
Music: LEUNG Po-Wing