2nd Stage

the artists

Chan Wai Lok | Holmes Cheung x Lawrence Lau x Sabrina Wong

2nd Stage 2019

Everyone know what it means to think

Choreographer: Chan Wai Lok




Holmes Cheung x Lawrence Lau x Sabrina Wong

Is dance/body/movement communicative?

In researching dance/body/ movement as a personal coded signifier, we unfold its literacy and readability by decomposing our thinking processes and deconstructing the acts.
Playing with the relations of our ways of thinking and opening up the authorship of interpretation leads to the discourse of acts and thinking.
May readers be(come) co-authors?
Readers’ Reference
Credo in Artem Imaginandi by Bojana Cvejic; 
A Picture of Stone by Mette Edvardsen; 
My Value Your Value Our Value, Artistic Statement by Pavle Heidler; 
Choreographing Problems by Bojana Cvejic; 
Moving Together by Rudi Laermans

"Live" is a space that is repeatedly but also continuously transformed. The interaction of different media constitutes "LIVE".
This is an exploration of the intuition and perception of time, Holmes Cheung, Lawrence Lau and Sabrina Wong constructs a “LIVE” to stimulate the visual and auditory experiences, arousing the interaction between performers and audience.



Chan Wai Lok

Chan, a Hong Kong choreographer and performer, completed his studies in P.A.R.T.S. (Belgium) in 2019 upon receiving scholarships from the [DNA] network supported by Creative Europe under the European Commission (2016-2018) and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund (2018-2019). He previously studied in SEAD (Austria) after graduating from the Architecture Studies in the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Freedom and individuality in interpretation in the perspective of audience are the major genre he has been exploring in his works like his recent collaboration with Mariana Miranda, /bɪˈtwiːn/ (2019). 

He performed in Let it all out (2018) created by Cristian Duarte and worked with Meytal Blanaru in We were the future (2019) which was toured in Europe and South America on the same year. His latest collaboration with Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker was also premiered in Belgium in 2019.     


Holmes Cheung

A freelance actor and graphic designer. Exploring theatre, dance and movement from the perspectives of both as a designer and a performer, Cheung has actively participated in a variety of theatre performances and experimental creations. Cheung was also an actor in Disneyland and was selected to take part in Dream Operation 002: Kearen Pang Drama Camp.

Cheung has been a core member of Feitheatre since 2016, and involved in the performance such as EthanolWho is absent?Source and Fei’s Performance Group Twelve.

Recent performances include The World Once Flat by Joseph Lee, Anti-Kōdy by YinNgZi, Phototropism by Joseph Lee, Cave Theatre by Alex Tam.


Lawrence Lau

Lawrence Lau is an artist based in Hong Kong. His works cover music composition, live musical performance, audiovisual art and installation. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in composition and electronic music at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Media at the Hong Kong City University respectively. During his years of studying in the academy, he has been awarded many scholarships including the HSBC Hong Kong Scholarships, CASH Composition Scholarship, The Lions & Joseph Koo Music Foundation Composition Scholarships, Musicus Society Trey Lee, etc.

As a composer, Lawrence’s composition ranging from numerous chamber ensembles, orchestra, Chinese instruments and live electronics, etc. His music has been performed at international music festivals and art events including the Asian Composer League Conference and Festival, Hong Kong Art Festival, highSCORE Music Festival Italy, Musicus Fest, etc.

Lau has written for not only concert music but also for theatre, where he explores the various concepts in form and space. His recently participated productions include FaustDas Prinzip MeeseThe World Was Once Flat, etc.

As a musician who always looks for innovative and creative ideas, Lau is also active in media art exhibitions/festivals, developing his new approaches to combine music, sound and technology. His collaborative works were presented by exhibitions including XceleratorRemix GardenFuture of TodayDeveloping the Future.zip NY, etc.


Sabrina Wong

Born in Hong Kong, Sabrina started with modern dance at the age of 18. And she graduated from the National Taiwan University of Sport with a degree in dance.

In 2018, Sabrina presented a short choreography “Here I am” at Imagination Boom 4 by E-Side Dance Company.

As a performer, here works include To Each His Own City (2018) by Stella & Artists(Macao), The Message Behind The Wall by 198491, SIDance 2018: The 2nd HOTPOT East Asia Dance Platform—The World Was Once Flat(2018) by Joseph Lee, Awakening (2017) by NTUS Dance Company, Fetch The Light (2017) by Hu Chien, Vanished Heaven (2016) by Chia-Hui Chan, Taichung International Dance Parade & Festival (2016) and The Jumping Frames International—It Tastes Like You (2016) by Joseph Lee.

About 2nd Stage

As the cradle of the local dance creation, CCDC Dance Centre introduces a brand new creative platform for continues work ─ 2nd Stage. This is the 2nd chance for potential dance pieces which are previously performed to continue the journey, an exploration of creativity. It is also a golden opportunity for local young artists to review their work, to deepen and extend their creation.。


Sep 21 - 22, 2019

21.9.2019 (Sat) 8pm
22.9.2019 (Sun) 3pm & 8pm

Meet-the-artists after eachperformance

This program contains nudity scenes, audience aged below 12 must be accompanied by parents



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