Vancouver FakeKnot

whip

interdisciplinary
© Marchel B. Eang

whip is a 60 minute duet performed entirely in leather hoods, leaving performers blind for the duration of the work. Inspired by the virtuosic head-whip motion found in a multitude of dance forms, the leather hoods also reference the consent-based culture of the BDSM community. Bodies explore giving and receiving through a range of physical touch, with the support of interactive new media light and originally composed sound design.

A coproduction by FakeKnot and MAI (Montreal, arts interculturels), part of Queer Camp Performance.

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whip FakeKnot
  • $10 — Single rate season 20.21
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