BYOUL PART 2: DA short film, 8min., South Korea, Dance
DANCE SHORT FILMS • 8m 33s
Byoul Part 2: Da
"Da reinterprets DaEun Jung and Melody Shim’s long-time collaboration Byoul through the intimate lens of filmmaker Taso Papadakis. Da blurs the boundaries between the classical form and pedestrian moves as well as discipline and spontaneity, branched out from the original project, Byoul, a dance made by chance procedure using the Korean alphabet combining system as a compositional method to randomly arrange classical Korean dance movements."
It is an honor to work with both DaEun Jung and Melody H. Sim(Shim). It was great to be present and feel the language of this original Dance. I hope that the viewer will feel present with this work through this film.
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