A Thousand Plateau

15-22 Aug 2021 | Space Design for non-theatre production | @Freespace, West Kowloon Cultural District <link>

Devised by an all-woman creative team – independent filmmaker Rita Hui, dancer Wong Pik-kei and visual artist Wong Ka-ying – A Thousand Plateaus features real-life stories about identity, gender, relationships and lust, each existing outside the mainstream social narrative and each told by the protagonists through various sensory forms. As audience-participants move freely around the site, they experience these stories in various ways, shifting back and forth between virtual and real-world perception. The experience is expanded with VR imagery, audio and musical soundscapes, on-site instructions, physical interaction and sharing.


Creative Team:
Co-creators: Rita Hui, Wong Pik-kei, Wong Ka-ying
Space Design: Melody Yiu | Sound Design: Jasper Fung | Sound System Design: AK Kan
Lighting Design: Denzel Yung^ | Video: Etienne Leung
Virtual Reality Production: Hugo Yeung Ming-him, Angus Seung Kiu-fung (IOIO CREATIVE)
Researchers: Joris Wu, Maurice Yim* | Co-ordinator: Meredith Wong*
Producer: Bobo Lee*

*Staff of West Kowloon Cultural District
^With the kind permission of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Presented by Freespace, WKCD

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