Wayson is continuously doing his movement research based on Chinese philosophy (Taoism), concept of "Qi" and 5-rhythms.
His theatre works cover 3 different aspects:
(1) movement research
(2) cross-over with multi-media
(3) literature themes.
Work available to tour
In this work, dance and sound are intertwined in an abstract world, where the essentials in one’s daily life are felt. Human civilisation is constantly redefining what is legitimate or appropriate, when many of its preconceptions are rooted in ignorance. Humans, who have long been accustomed to constraints, have drifted away from their true selves. In this moment, can we contain the whole world in our enfolded existence, and open up the space for an expanding vortex or trajectory?
2018 - Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre (part of the Hong Kong Arts Festival)
2018 - Chengdu (part of Hello Chengdu Ufun Music & Art Festival)
2019 - F Hall, TaiKwun, Hong Kong (part of the Hong Kong Arts Festival @Taikwun)
City, memory, desire, symbols, names, death, sky... departing from Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, between the visible and invisible walls and gaps, the body saunters the virtual cities and writes Marco Polo’s travel journal with programming language.
2016 - Hong Kong iDance Festival
2017 - Kwai Tsing Theatre, Black Box Theatre (Hong Kong City Contemporary Dance Festival)
2019 - Visy Theatre, Brisbane Powerhouse (Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance)
Workshop & Movement
With Wayson's continuous research on Taoism, "Qi", western movement theories - 5-rhythms & liquid body, and mind & soul, he has been developing a unique series of workshops for both professionals and community. Participants may obtain a new understanding and balance on their own bodies and souls.
Bath Spa University (Dance MA Course), UK
China Beijing Balance Art Center
China YUAN SHU Contemporary Dace Art Space, Chengdu China
China Academy of Art
Guangdong Modern Dance Company
Guangzhou China Jiangsu Performing Arts Group
Nanjing China Sichuan Conservatory Of Music
The Hong Kong Academy For Performing Art, School of Dance (MFA Program)