Artists-in-Residence Programme - 無限亮 No Limits

本屆藝術家進駐計劃的藝術家Daniele Ninarello

Artists in Residence 藝術家進駐計劃
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Artists-in-Residence Programme

This year’s Artists-in-Residence Programme took place during December 2021 to March 2022 and conduct workshops for various local communities. With different forms of practice and interaction, the individual stories as well as collective consciousness of the participants are combined to explore possibilities of the body and compose their moving stories.

Showcase “My Heart Goes Boom”

Led by Italian and local artists, performers from diverse backgrounds will explore their senses and rediscover the possibilities and limitations of their own bodies. Intimate sharing and physical interactions will pursue a synchronised frequency of movement and breath. Participants will listen, interact, digest, and absorb in this co-created piece.

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本屆藝術家進駐計劃的藝術家Daniele Ninarello

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Daniele Ninarello
Creative Concept and Artistic Director

Daniele Ninarello received his training at the prestigious Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands. He has collaborated with many choreographers internationally and showcased his works at various dance festivals and online. In 2007, Ninarello founded Associazione Culturale CODEDUOMO to study how different disciplines can help with expression in the language of choreography. There is a laboratorial dimension to the choreography that produces unique works through the collective consciousness of the dancers.

盧淑嫺(香港)

Mimi Lo
Local Artist

Mimi Lo is a local dancer, choreographer and multimedia director. She is one of the very few Asian artists well-versed in Contact Improvisation, Somatics, DanceAbility, ContaKids, and more. In recent years, she has actively promoted the inclusive participation of contact improvisation.


A graduate from the School of Dance, Department of Contemporary Dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts with majors in choreography and dance directing, Lo now teaches contact improvisation there. She studied somatics with Aaron Wan. She is the founder and artistic director of the Mimi Lo Performing Arts Development Foundation.

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