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90 mins


Workshop_Me and My Body

從身體開始,我們意識肌肉,以呼吸為介質橋接情緒和肉體的相互連結。 讓我們以一同透過身體的練習,開啟身體的流動能量,這一次,希望能邀請女性,讓我們談身體、聊身體、認識身體,挖掘並意識存於內在原有的陰性能量。

Starting from our own body, we first sense the existence of our muscles, then use breathing as the bridge to connect our emotions and flash. Through various movement activities, we will gradually switch on the energy flow in our body. The workshop welcomes biologically females, like me, to join and to talk about our body, to get to know more about our body, and to dig deeper then to raise our awareness of feminine power inside of us.


LEE Yin-ying

李尹櫻 微光製造核心成員,2021年演出團隊作品《捺撇》獲日本橫濱舞蹈節暨舞蹈大賽三獎項。策劃「到處跳舞」素人計畫,帶領民眾從感知身體開始,探索肢體與意識的銜接,創造身體使用的更多可能性。 近年也與不同領域藝術家合作,持續挖掘展演的多樣可能性,更跨界影像拍攝、戲劇肢體動作設計等。2023年獲ACC亞洲文化協會支持至日本參訪;2019年獲國家文化藝術基金會海外藝遊專案補助至日本東京學習舞踏;2009-2019曾任雲門2專職舞者。

LEE Yin-ying LEE is the co-founder of Shimmering Production. She is the original cast for the Company’s award-winning work "Beings" and has since performed the dance piece on international stages in Germany and Greece (2022-23), Japan (2023), Spain and Portugal (2024). She was a professional dancer at Cloud Gate 2 from 2009 to 2019, and toured internationally with the Company at the Joyce Theater, New York City Center, Sadler's Wells Theatre, Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, International Tanzmesse NRW Duesseldorf, etc. Aside from live dance performances, LEE continues to explore various possibilities including cross-border video shooting, dramatic body action design, and sharing of physical skills with more professional dancers and non-professional ordinary people. LEE curates Shimmering Production’s body movement projects for the public, leading the public to realize and explore the existence of the body, to perceive the connection between emotions and the body, and to create more possibilities for the body. In 2019, LEE Yin-Ying received a grant from the National Culture and Art Foundation's Overseas Arts Travel project to study Butoh in Tokyo, Japan. In 2023, with the support of the Asian Cultural Council, LEE conducted an Individual Fellowship to study Noh theater in Japan.



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