existing crying material
In the heart of the city, amidst the chaos and noise, a temporary playground became our stage. As we stood under the flickering lights, the two light balls in our hands became our eyes, illuminating the depth of our emotions for all to see.
We decided to work together because of our distinct differences in expressing emotions. My eyes are like concave lenses, diminish and hide my tears without a trace. Yuki eyes are like convex lenses, magnifying every little thing in our daily lives and transforming them into tears that flow freely down her cheeks. Together, we work in perfect harmony, a reflection of our shared sorrow and the desire to express the complex emotions that lie within us.
The constant hustle and bustle of the city can often leave us feeling numb, disconnected from our emotions and the world around us. As we go about our daily lives, the noise and chaos can become overwhelming, drowning out the subtle sensations that make us human.
As we touch and collide with each other, we transfer our tears into actions, hoping to awaken the dormant haptics that lie within us all. We want to remind the audience of the beauty of human connection, of the power of empathy and compassion.
Date: 23 July 2022
Duration: Approx. 40 minutes
Venue: 135YCS, 135 Yu Chau Street
Performer: Jennifer Yue and Yuki Lok
Sound: Michelle Tam Man Ching
Photographer: Jeff and Gustav