Reviews : ⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Herald by Mary Brennan 'She's harnessed it to her creative impulses and devised a performance of intense, sometimes alarming power'|
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Wee Review by Hannah Wright
'This is a visually stunning and physically impressive look at the relationship between mind and body'
Fest mag by Lucy Ribchester
'The travelling lines and uncanny shapes she takes us through feel like a style of dance you have never seen before'
Everything theatre by Alexandra Gray
Fringe Review by Jo Tomalin
'Sincere, textured, sensitive and inspired. This is an opportunity to see a wonderful artist from Korea perform with very special dance quality. Go see!'
Award : Best Performer Prize by The Korean Association of Dance Critics and Researchers Award
Mind-Goblin reveals the sense of negativity, desire, destruction and deviation of the goblins that settle within our minds. By dancing with them, the piece encourages us to accept them as part of ourselves, and reflect on our innate beauty as we are.
In this performance, identifying the foolish spirit of this confusing world as a goblin, we throw a traditional shamanism ritual for chasing away an evil and harmful spirit. LEE Kyung-eun sets up a stage for the goblins in her mind and body. She meets and appreciates the other “me” inside her just like in the old stories, where people met goblins and danced all night. She aims to understand that her mind and body is a small universe of its own and to fully appreciate the beauty of the diversity coexisting and creating that universe.
Duration : 30min
Choreography/ Performance : 이경은 LEE Kyung eun
Dramaturg : 안경모 Kyung mo AHN
Music : 지미 세르 Jimmy Sert
Light : 강영구 Young gu KANG
Photography : 옥상훈 Sang hoon OK
Coproduction : Rencontres Choregraphiques de Seine-Saint Denis, SIDance
Premier: 2016 La Commune Aubervilliers(Grande salle), Rencontres Choregraphiques de Seine-Saint Denis, FRANCE
2016 Mary Hall, SIDance, KOREA
2017 Dance Base Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, UK