State of Play Festival
you don't deserve us is a dance piece about desire, visibility, and age, and how age representation changes when visibility is the goal. Drawing inspiration from collected interviews from Queer and non-Queer elders, Kim Ip will present a dance work that delves into desirability, sexiness, and lust.
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- Kim Ip
Kim Ip is a Queer Femme Asian choreographer and movement artist. Graduating from Mills College in 2014, she's been graced with opportunities to create works for Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture ,CounterPulse, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Gray Area, and B4BEL4B. She is honoured to be producing work that spans generations.
Image by Hillary Goidell
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