Constructed situation assuming a party themed theme of 2019 at the post-human point of view (after Homo sapiens). In the partying space, nonlinear space-times are intermingled with those who once again become biological beings from the future (post-humans are supposed to overcome the boundaries of biological beings in this party), and the human beings who have stood here through long biological evolution. It is played in the blurred boundary between the audience and the performer. The event, which crosses various genres such as space installation, modern dance, theater, music, etc., is a teaser of the project 'Do Androids feel like dancing?'. It is a planned pop-up exhibition event.
The party was held in a secret space in the basement of the clothing store. In a secret underground space full of artificial-fog, performers begin their performances behind camouflaged walls and curtains. During the three-hour performance, performers appear out of the crowd in a dense fog and start to dance among them until they faint at the end of the performance.
Director: Kwanwoo Park
Engineer: Chan Lee
Performance Manager: Jaeseng Song
Performer: Bo-Kyung Kim, Yongbin Shin, Serim Lee, Kangwon Park, Kibom Han
Composer: Minjae Jung
Assistant: Jung-Sik Oh
© 2019, all right reserved by LBL Project, co-founded by Kwanwoo Park, Chan Lee
Sponsored by ZER01NE, Hyundai Motor Group as LBL(Laboratory of Blurry Lines) project.