Winnie Chen Dixon is a corporate marketer by day, and multi-disciplinary artist by night. A trained keyboard player, she enjoys a variety of art forms: drama, dance, drawing and photography. Such versatility cultivated her passion for integrated arts: Winnie believes in the integration between art forms because they are inherently connected, and serve the same mission of educating and inspiring people. Having studied arts criticism in Hong Kong and arts management in Italy, she now specialises in dance reviews. Her works are published in the International Association of Theatre Critics, Hong Kong Dance Journal and various mainstream media.
What If Your Body Turns into a Sculpture?: Interview with Sasha Waltz on “Körper” at SIFA 2019
Have you ever imagined dancers’ bodies turning into sculptures, as if time stood still? This is the impression of Körper (Body), the signature dance performance of this year’s edition of the Singapore International Festival of Arts. Choreographer Sasha Waltz (SW), Artistic Director designate of Berlin State Ballet, is renowned for her multi-disciplinary productions, blurring boundaries …
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