Dates and Times
Tue 22 March at 9pm
Presented by Howl Yuan
Part of our Sprint Festival Freshers Strand
Work in Progress performance
Do you have second name? If yes, what is it? Where it comes from? Why?
Invisible Guest starts from a personal journey, tracing back to the origin of modern identity and self-contradiction with it. Combined with images and a little bit practice, Invisible Guest presents the timeline of how we change ourselves by name we have, place we live, clothes we wear and language we use. Who I am should not is not a question about me, instead, it’s a question about other who coexist with me in the world.
Invisible Guest initially created by Howl Yuan for his MA in University of Chichester. After further developing, Howl brings this work to London, invites audience come and think of this familiar issue in different way.
Part of Sprint Festival 2016: London’s biggest and best festival of the newest, most adventurous theatre from across the UK and beyond.
Catch Invisible Guest in a double bill with The Old Image of Being Loved on the same evening. Two shows for just £16!
About the Artist
Howl Yuan is an artist based in UK, his work spans on performance, object, text, video and photograph. Since his scientific background, he interests in crossing culture, mobility, relation between sense and sensibility, objective and subjective, humans and the surrounding they live in.