November 9-19, 2016
Wednesdays thru Saturdays at 8pm
Fear in Porcelain is a live experience that incorporates fierce sexual restraint to obliterate the ego and willfully eradicates the self through the solo dance form. Performed by many, Fear in Porcelain pushes a radical new sensibility and meaning for the solo by heightening the voyeuristic relationship between soloists and viewers, and celebrates self-destruction in order to arrive at that place where ‘it’ is doing the performers, rather than the performers doing ‘it.’
Created and performed by Sam Kim in collaboration with performers Katie Dean, Tess Dworman and Amanda Hunt, sound artist Steve Roden and lighting designer Madeline Best. Costumes and visual design by Sam Kim.
"To Sam Kim, One Is the Most Narcissistic Number That You’ll Ever Know" - Gia Kourlas, New York Times
"Impressions of Sam Kim’s Fear in Porcelain at The Chocolate Factory" - Erin Bomboy, Dance Enthusiast