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Artist: Lieu Le. Photor: Diska Livia. Performer: Anton Skaaning Thomsen
Artist: Lieu Le. Photor: Diska Livia. Performer: Anton Skaaning Thomsen

KHiO Quarterly: Dancing in tune with oneself & others

As a part of the group exhibition 'Sticks, Stones & Stitches,' Lieu Le will present her performance work 'Dancing in Tune with Oneself & Others.'

Inspired by the ever-changing nature of existence, Le's textile sculptures undergo a transformative journey. Time-consuming, yet meditative, each piece has taken hours to sculpt. Utilizing the ancient Japanese shibori technique, she intricately ties hundreds of stones found in her daily nearby surroundings, infusing them with the element of earth. In the performance, these sculptures breathe, moved by human gentle touch. Each stitch and stone hums with life, inviting the audience to listen to the whispered echoes they release, harmonizing with the space.

Witness textiles transformed into clothing on moving bodies through live performance.
Time: 13th and 14th of April at 14.00
Duration: 30 minutes
Artist: Lieu Le
Performer: Anton Skaaning Thomsen and Ida Simone Weidemann.

Part of the group exhibition 'Sticks, Stones & Stitches.