The project features an online interactive performance with Tap Dance performed by Harriet Yeung and Music composed and performed by Amos Wong. With the use of technology, participants could take part and control the flow of the performance. With Tap Dance and Music streamed live through Zoom, participants would also go online and join the online collaborative visual whiteboard platform, Miro. All movements such as participants’ cursor actions, drawing lines, shapes or typing worlds would instantly relay back to performers for an interactive response. This project has also been accepted to the 靠邊站藝術節 Along the Edge Arts Festival (2021), organised by the M.A. Cultural management Programme of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The festival will be held online from 12th – 16th May, 2021.
Credits: Tap floor kindly supported by Rhythm&Tempo (R&T)