This year, with an increased number of international programme collaborators, M1 Open Stage features innovative and exhilarating works by a diverse range of dance artists over two nights.
As part of this year’s M1 Open Stage + DiverCity platform at M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival, created in collaboration with Taiwanese film artist Chen Yan-Hong and local dramaturg Neo Kim Seng, choreographers Chiew Peishan and Liu Wen-Chun explore their own personal musings on life, the absurdity of life itself and the idea of death in a new work titled “Should I Kill Myself Or Have A Cup Coffee?”. In this interview with ArtsEquator, Chan Sze-Wei chats with them about their influences, feminism in the work and how has the process been for the both of them.
Catch the performance on 19 and 20 July at 8pm at Esplanade Theatre Studio.
Video produced by ArtsEquator Ltd.
M1 Open Stage + Divercity takes place on 19 – 20 July at the Esplanade Theatre Studio. More information here.
This article is sponsored by M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival.