VOL 1: n(t)a(ex)ture 自然而然
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自然而然, as the name suggests, looks at nature & texture, reinterpreting text from 文心雕龍 The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons, the first Chinese book of literary theories written in 5th century. The performance seeks an expression of texture in nature, by weaving the inprerpretive sounds of cello, 古琴 guqin, electric guitar, and 琵琶 pipa, each representing elements of nature mentioned in the text, as well as an expression of 'being and letting it be', by replying on chance to trigger vocal reading.
reading in blindfold
as a way of being taken over and letting it be
my scores of the performance