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Party Animal

A dance piece, inspired by the mythical BERGHAIN, the Berlin ultimate destination for electronic music club,
where Jitti Chompee explores the underground nightlife with its mysterious beings and all kinds of sexual pleasure.

PARTY ANIMAL
Friday November 23, 2018 at 19:00 PM
 
A dance piece, inspired by the mythical BERGHAIN, the Berlin ultimate destination for electronic music club, where Jitti Chompee explores the underground nightlife with its mysterious beings and all kinds of sexual pleasure. In this playground where anything and everything is possible, humans become animals to free their primal behavior and inner most hidden desire to remain in a perpetual state of euphoria and excitement. Here, there isn’t any authority to dictate normality, male and female mingle as they want in a chaotic orgy of pleasure, enhanced by some substances to live the utmost raw and sensual experience.

 

In a way, PARTY ANIMAL, just like some marginalized communities, has redefined unexpected spaces to surrender itself to the pleasure of the flesh. In those momentary “site specific”, where bodies get stimulated by all imaginable ways, under the mesmerizing influence of loud repetitive techno music and illicit drugs, dance mixes with sexual acts to trigger natural relentless improvised motions. Free from any restrain, it can anonymously let its mind and body loose to satisfy its thirst for an unending exhilarating sensation it is thriving for. Thus, it is Jitti’s interest to dig into this alternative universe to propose an organic and raw dance composition tinted by his shocking, crazy and humorous personal style.

 

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Performers
Benjamin Tardif
Dovydas Strimaitis
Sukadeva Joshua Horn
Sun Tawalwongsri
Pattarasuda Anuman Rajadhon
Direction and Choreography
Jitti Chompee
Lighting
Jirach Eaimsa-ard

MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum
122, Moo 7 Tonpao Amphoe San Kamphaeng, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50130

Tickets 1,000 Baht (Free for students with ID)
For reservations please contact amolwan@maiiam.com or 18monkeysdancetheatre@gmail.com

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