The Unicorn’s Travelogue – Part 2 - Gary Ng Photography
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The Unicorn’s Travelogue – Part 2

A total of six choreographers came together in The 9th Kua Bu – “The Unicorn’s Travelogue” to apply their thoughts and sentiments towards life, using different choreographic approaches and forms to create their works.
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The choreographers, like a unicorn galloping and searching in a vast desert of people, target something higher in value and more precious than what the casual traveller would aim for. That something the “unicorn” seeks for is “the present”, which will be kept safely with the unicorn’s belongings. Performed by Kwang Tung Dance Company.

  • Sterling Media
    Posted at 22:14h, 08 December Reply

    I love the lighting it all perfect wow!!! 🙂

  • docugraphy
    Posted at 23:57h, 08 December Reply

    Awesome set, nice how you played with contrast!

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 20:07h, 09 December Reply

      Thanks! and juxtaposition 😀

  • alexia medici
    Posted at 03:49h, 09 December Reply

    Reblogged this on (study) art in Barcelona.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 20:07h, 09 December Reply

      Thanks Alexia!

  • abporter
    Posted at 06:54h, 09 December Reply

    Some great moments yo have captured here Gary. I really like the bags in the air. It feels like the two dancers are searching for something in the commercial waste… I really like it.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 20:06h, 09 December Reply

      Thanks for you kind compliments. I must say you do have a taste for the performing arts and their hidden messages.

  • schmidtgabi
    Posted at 16:22h, 19 January Reply

    Reblogged this on

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