A collaboration with Cheryl Ng
Amongst the myriad of things in the Universe, the existence of duality is found no stranger Yin and Yang, Day and Night, Hot and Cold, Mind and Body, Male and Female. Nor is it foreign in Chinese literature the Lamp Wicks of Buddha, the Green and White Snakes such a dichotomy is always found not as two separated elements, but an inseparable whole regardless of the endeavor in some of them to live on as an individual.
Perhaps this would forever be a mystery, but perhaps this is just the beauty of nature that is encapsulated through the meticulous engineering of the Universe. Duality is created perhaps for the deed of the infusion of two unique elements, and thereof composing a unique song that would be borned to another unique individual.
The two seemingly opposing forces the push and the pull, the hide and the seek, the chase and the flight complement one another dynamically that they are often found prominent in relationships. Intangible as it is, but not unobservable. In the performance project of Duality, the two human subjects would carry out a series of actions that illustrate this whole idea, transforming the notion into an observable concept. Eventually, the audience would expect to see it woven eloquently into a lyrical, visual portrayal of Duality.