DATE : 16 - 26 October 2015
LOCATION : Pridi Banomyong Institute
DATE : 1 - 4 November 2018
LOCATION : Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Is it really true that "imagination is more important than knowledge"? What would happen if we each lived only by our own assumptions and theories until the things that connect us to one another are only make-believe? What do we do when our imaginations lead us to hurt each other?
B-Floor, a contemporary performance group based in Bangkok, will present Mano Land, an absurd dance performance, as part of Diversity Art Festival.
Mano Land gets inspiration from observing human behavior in social media. When people start sharing and trusting information based on their bias without recheck fact, is the platform of creating this performance.
Teerawat ‘Ka-ge’ Mulvilai, choreographer and director of the show, talks about the creation of this show, “ I go back to focus on body that different from other projects that I started with social issue that I want to talk about. I interested in finding form of the body that will reflect picture performers have in mind, what kind of movement that appear when we think and when we don’t think.”
Kage Teerawat Mulvilai