Chinese choreographer Wen Hui draws up the inventory of 1960-1970 Maoism.
Wen Hui translates into dance the traces left on bodies by the amazing movements of Chinese society. Through gesture and backed by files, interviews and videos, she breaks the bonds between history and intimacy. In “Red”, she revives “Red Detachment of Women”, the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution iconic ballet. Did this choreography stand the test of time? A fascinating history(ies) book, open-body.
choreography Wen Hui company Living Dance Studio