Three Sixty Five

65 Minutes
2007

Choreographed by Wen Wei Wang

Three Sixty Five pushes the boundaries of choreographer Wen Wei Wang’s own cultural traditions in order to reveal the range of human conditions and emotions that occur at any time in any one’s own life. Highly kinetic movement expresses joy, passion and sexuality. To this end, rather than following the usual sequence of seasons the work is structured in collaboration with the deconstructed electronic version of Vivaldi’s well known score, reworked by Giorgio Magnanensi and featuring cellist Peggy Lee. Three Sixty Five features lighting design by James Proudfoot, and costumes by Kate Burrows

“As complex and simple as life, beautifully performed.” — Edmonton Journal

“The performers carve the air with pristine precision as they negotiate Wang’s sensuous physical distortions.”  — The Globe and Mail

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