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One ladder, two hemispheres, and two bodies!
Constantly shaking physical property and impulse of the gesture
There is nothing that doesn’t shake. Two people on a large steel hemisphere.
They balance themselves together, or alone under the same shake, become closer and/or push each other away.
With the persons’ movement, the rusty hemisphere that they stand on endlessly moves like a living organism
that has endured a long life, trying hard to cope with the forces of gravity.
The hemisphere and the people standing on the hemisphere can continue to move because they are constantly empowered and interacting with each other.
The balance and tension seen through the body and ladder / hemisphere motion attract the audience.
A life that can last only with constant shakes, familiar gestures of the consistently moving body show a day of life.
In the beginning of their creation, ‘Theatre Momggol’ received attention from the theatrical world with their works that utilize bodies and objects.
Currently, they are active across the theater and even outside the theater.
They are constantly experimenting with the artistic language that is unique yet fresh, and the group tries to bring out what society has forgotten or neglected.
Performer_ Jeahyun-Noh, Jaewook-Shin
Producer_ Ggol Culture (Hyewon-Shin, Hyunjin-Yim)
517 Cheonggyecheonno Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, 02589, Korea
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Copyrightⓒ. 2018. The Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture(SFAC). All rights reserved
Copyrightⓒ. 2018. The Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture(SFAC).
All rights reserved.