The Macao Cultural Centre
Exploring the notion that all objects in the world are made by intersections of dots and lines, "Weaving Landscape" deconstructs both the human body and textures, using its fundamental elements to form new objects. After exploring the possibilities of light and sound through "Perceptual Landscape" in 2015, Jenny Mok is back on the "Open Box" with a new touchable experiment.
The Stone Commune director and performer is joining hands with daring visual designer Nip Man Teng, devising a new theatrical aesthetic presented through physical movement. Devoted to the creation of an alternative performing frame since 1996, the Stone Commune never stopped to affirm itself as an irreverent creative force.
With occasional Cantonese dialogues.
Director/Playwright/Performer: Jenny Mok
Playwright/Set & Lighting Design: Nip Man Teng
Date: 19 - 20 Feb 2016 Fri - Sat 21:30
Venue: The Macao Cultural Centre
The Macao Cultural Centre was founded in 1999 and remains a modern space that marks the cityscape surround it. Its several venues open for the Macao audience provide quality programmes, such as performances, conferences, exhibitions, among other projects organized by CCM or hirers.
With a total area of 45.000 m², the Centre includes a building with an area of 11.920 m² with 5 floors, including a complex with two auditoriums, an art museum and Handover Gifts Museum.
The complex of auditoria is composed of two venues for performances: The Grand Auditorium, with capacity for 1,076 spectators and the Small Auditorium for smaller shows and movies, with 389 seats. Both halls have simultaneous interpretation booths, as well as the most sophisticated sound and light systems.
Besides the auditoria, there are other important spaces in the complex as a conference room with capacity for 200 persons, Rehearsal room for orchestra, music and dance studios, multi-purpose rehearsal room, VIP room, etc. The Cultural Centre also has Parking Lot, Box office and a reception desk and is served by a Wi-Fi system.
The art museum has five exhibition halls with an approximate area of 4,000 m2, plus a conference room and a multimedia library. This is the largest space dedicated to visual arts in Macao.