Yeh Tzu-chi’s Wind Sonata

Wind Sonata

The body in the ‘landscape’.   The body in a tactile ‘natural’ sonorous material.  There is something about the fragile, decaying quality of the dry leaves and the vulnerable body beneath that draws attention to the body’s fragility, its mortality.

I particularly like the exclamations of the audience as the leaves are blown away from Yeh Tzu-chi’s body.

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