The Dissolving Self
“The Dissolving Self” explores the possibilities of co-living with the environment, with the
actions of shaping and reshaping. The alienation towards the object will soon infiltrate reality.
Will you help me to find a new way to care for objects?
Choreography assistance: Katja Haarla, Antoine Dupuy
Mentor: Manon Santkin, Kosi Hidama
Warning: flash light, violence
Created in frame of personal work in P.A.R.T.S.
Ching Shu Huang is a performer, performance maker, and choreographer from Taiwan.
She travelled across the world to attend training in P.A.R.T.S. 2019-2022. She
presented her first choreography 荒衍 in Sun-Shier Salon Dance Exhibition and
continues her exploration and journey of performance making here in Brussels. Her
artistic practices include sensorial practices, practice of touch, painting, pottery, and
hand craft. Through the experience of embodied crafts, she shares philosophy of
Japanese pottery and《齊物論》from Chinese philosopher, Zhuangzi, with audiences
“The Dissolving Self” is presented in the Tuesday 28th June program