Louiseanne Wong’s choreographic work Skinship was selected for the opening night of live works in Diffrazioni Multimedia Festival, Italy.
Diffrazioni Festival is dedicated to contemporary art, striving to explore boundaries between technology and poetic expression. The festival included works by widely celebrated artists such as Marina Ambramovic and Bill Viola, basing its strength on collaboration, young artists, cultural associations and non-profit organizations.
Hong Kong born and raised, Louiseanne studied on the MA Choreography programme at Trinity Laban, graduating in 2014. Her most recent work Skinship is in collaboration with sonic artist James Wilkie – together named Wong/Wilkie – creating a work incorporating video, dance and live interaction. The performance took place at the Palazzina Reale building in Florence Santa Maria Novella, Italy.
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