Graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Contemporary Dance and Choreography). Enthusiastic about choreography and presented numerous works during her studies
Collaborated with local and international artists including Mui Cheuk-yin and Willy Tsao from Hong Kong, Raewyn Hill from New Zealand and Jaime Redfern from Australia
Supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2012, Wong created and presented her original work When time limps, which was restaged and performed in Beijing and Malaysia (2013) as well as Iceland (2014). Short piece Women‧Body performed in Beijing, Guangzhou and Hong Kong (2014); New work 19841012 performed during Hong Kong Arts Festival 2015
Specialises in multimedia works and site-specific creations with focus on women and the body
Recently selected to study choreography at the “ImPulsTanz – ATLAS Creating Dance Trails 2017 Training Programme”
When Time Limps
Three innovative dancers including Wong presents a dance piece inspired by Dali, the prominent Spanish surrealist painter. This dance piece is especially named after Dali’s most famous and recognisable work, “The Persistence of Memory”. The performance seeks relationship between space and time, defines dream and reality, and symbolises consciousness and unconsciousness. Through body movement and music, this performance brings an exciting sensory experience: Her/ His appearance violated (intruded upon?) my solitude, and destroyed it.
Layer by layer, the paintings and diary of the Surrealist, Salvador Dali, are unveiled until the unfolding of his narcissism. The sharpness of body movements melts gradually. With the original music, surreal scenes of “relationship and love” are brought into the reality.