by Ji-Hyun Youn

Ji-Hyun's research project takes its starting point from the book The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra and her interest in the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle in quantum physics from 1927, which states that The more precisely the position is determined, the less precisely the momentum is known in this instant, and vice versa. For that reason, in this quantum world you only can speak about the proximal statistical probability of being or appearance. Ji-Hyun explores the premise that in order to understand the logic of the quantum world and oriental mysticism, you need to transcend logic itself. Ji-Hyun Youn will develop and translate her findings into the language of theatre.


Parallel Event, for three dancers, three speakers, light and sound

Idea and Choreography: Ji-Hyun Youn

Dance:...Jasmina Krizij, Felix Marchand (orig), Norberto Llopis Segarra (Antwerp), Ji-Hyun Youn
Voices:. Saar Frieling (orig), Sarah Manya (Gent), Anat Spiegel, Anne Wellmer (orig), Jeanette Groendaal (Amsterdam)
Music:.. Hilary Jeffery and Friends
Video:.. Nick Fox-Geig
Light:.. Ji-Hyun Youn