(Collaboration itself [in dynamic terms] is the medium for this wide wide wide body of work.)

In this instance, we are virtually strangers to one another, somehow cast into another configuration, unsure of our roles as either marginal tools of a herd or fair players of a game known as “44 Theatre” (44剧场). This game has been organised by the collective 实践论 On Practice, and in December 2016, we participated in a series of strategically planned public readings and dialogues along routes and amidst non-places of Guangzhou. The assigned text was a two-part fictionalised account of the late 19th-early 20th century warlord Baron Roman von UNGERN-STERNBERG written by writer 王炜 WANG Wei. Our doubt and illiteracy led to sidelined conversations and this piece:

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《陌生人 Strangers

影像 visuals by // 陈睿达 Ray TAT
声音 audio by // 何穎雅 Elaine W. HO



Featuring readings from the play Roman Von Ungern, excerpts from Civil Resistance: A First Look and a karaoke rendition of Faye WONG’s “Only Love Strangers

Ray何子_collab_TimesMuseum02_800x600摄影 photo // 奥森多·郭 “Ossendow-guo”


Shown as part of 44 Theatre’s contribution to the exhibition “The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away”, 8 January – 26 March 2017, Guangdong Times Museum, Guangzhou, CN