Dance; 37 minutes
Faced with relentless change, is our basic instinct to hold onto the familiar? An Impression, as one part of a double-bill entitled Seeing ______ Through the Eyes of Impermanence asks a critical question about these extraordinary times: how do we embrace impermanence with bravery and compassion?
An Impression draws from the dream-like paintings of Van Gogh, Monet and Shelly Tsang to generate poetic scenes that evoke the idea of inevitability. With startling nuance, five artists situated on a canvas create moving vignettes of everyday situations breaking down or coming apart to include what’s beyond.
(text by T.H.E. Dance Company)
2021 — Zao Bao “人·舞团年终专场演出 从新视角诠释无常”
2021 — Bak Chor Mee Boy “Review: Seeing ______ Through the Eyes of Impermanence by T.H.E Dance Company”
2021 — Straits Times “Anthea Seah Makes an Impression with Remarkable Double Bill”
2021 — Seeing Dance “A double-bill for our times: T.H.E. Dance Company’s Seeing ___ Through The Eyes Of Impermanence”