Jo Fong
  • Female
  • Cardiff
  • United Kingdom
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Jo Fong commented on Rhian Lewis's group Who's in Edinburgh 2019?
"Yep, we’re coming too!  Neither Here Nor There is at Summerhall 15 - 25th Aug 19.15 - 20.45 Me and Sonia I can’t come to the meeting on the 4th but Cathy Boyce is coming and helping as producer and Megan Price is helping with all…"
Jun 2
Jo Fong posted a blog post

Neither Here Nor There, Cardiff

Ive been working with artist Sonia Hughes, we created this one for Experientica last year. We’re back at Chapter on Friday, Saturday and Sunday4pm and 7pm Check out the details herehttps://us7.campaign-archive.com/?e=&u=65efb873a914a2ac9667770c1&id=ad64f81605Eddie Ladd and Sara McGaughey will be joining us in the studio this week to get ready for our Welsh performances in the afternoonsI…See More
Jun 2
Jo Fong joined Rhian Lewis's group
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Who's in Edinburgh 2019?

National Theatre Wales are off to Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, with Cotton Fingers and For All I Care, and we want to link up with as many Wales-based companies as possible in the run up the Fringe, and during.Comment on this group to let us know if you, your company, or a play you recommend is there. Be great to support all the Welsh companies heading up there!Also, please feel free to use this group to look for accommodation, travel buddies and cross-promotion opportunities - such as…See More
May 23

Profile Information

What I do:
I am a director, choreographer and performer working in dance, film, theatre, opera, live art.
A little more about me:
I have been performing for 25 years with companies such as DV8 Physical Theatre, Rosas (Belgium) and Rambert Dance Company. Recent performance work includes Wendy Houstoun’s Stupid Women and Deborah Light’s HIDE and Quarantine's Wallflower.

I collaborated with John McGrath as Movement Director on NTW's Mother Courage. And later on NTW and Quarantine’s co-production called English.

I create and tour my own work
I’m currently touring Neither Here Nor There created with artist Sonia Hughes.
An Invitation… began at the Edinburgh Festival 2014. The work toured and was selected for the British Council Showcase 2015 and British Dance Edition 2016 and headed to Dresden for Szene Wales.
Trailer
https://vimeo.com/98975788

As an independent artist I present work that is thought-provoking and centred around people, dancers or players who translate, reveal or perform. The work is grounded in the idea of honesty in performance and looks under the skin: the psychological drives, motivations or inherent characteristics of an individual or group, creating a shared and considered relationship with an audience. The body is my first language, though text and voice work are regularly a part of the whole. I combine physical technical knowledge, agility and experience with a raw, rebellious and curious spirit. I endeavour to understand further and explore the scope for movement to communicate and to cultivate work that is generous, engaging and embodies an alternative beauty.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
See the work 2019

Neither Here Nor There was created for Experimentica Festival 2018. Currently touring.

Next stop

Chapter, Cardiff, 7th 8th and 9th June
London, Bush Theatre, 10th and 11th June
Harstad, Norway, 26th June
Capel Y Graig, Furnace, (near Machynlleth) 6th July
Summerhall, Edinburgh, 15-25th August
Created and hosted by Sonia Hughes and Jo Fong

Since 2011, I’ve been working with Quarantine Theatre.
Wallflower began with pilot performances in 2015.
https://qtine.com/work/wallflower-2/


I’ve started a new work with SID Shropshire Inclusive Dance.

Ways of Being Together
A choreography for many people
http://dance.wales/events/ways-of-being-together
The Cardiff Dance Festival event at Chapter was performed by 46 people who like to move. We are thinking about how this work might exist again and might travel. We will be recreating Way of Being Together for CAN Festival in London in Feb 2020.
Personal Website/CV:
http://www.jofong.com/news
Twitter @username:
@JoFong

Jo Fong's Blog

Neither Here Nor There, Cardiff

Ive been working with artist Sonia Hughes, we created this one for Experientica last year. 

We’re back at Chapter on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

4pm and 7pm 

Check out the details here

https://us7.campaign-archive.com/?e=&u=65efb873a914a2ac9667770c1&id=ad64f81605

Eddie Ladd and Sara McGaughey will be joining us in the studio this week to get ready…

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Posted on June 2, 2019 at 18:08

An Invitation... Touring Wales

 

An Invitation... is an alive and evolving work. 

An Invitation... is about connection, conversation, spontaneity and uncertainty. It’s also playful, joyous, imaginative, powerful and human. 

An Invitation… is about us. 

We are creating this performance now. 

We play the…

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Posted on January 10, 2016 at 9:20

Edinburgh 2015

Who's going to Edin this summer?

The run up is starting - all systems go, start telling Everyone!

An Invitation… by Jo Fong

**** "Radical-witty and entertainingly thought-provoking” Herald Scotland

Dance Base, Grassmarket, Edinburgh

British Council Edinburgh Showcase

25th and 26th August

2.15 and 4pm daily

£10/(£8)

To book tickets…

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Posted on July 1, 2015 at 8:21

Witness - Portraits of Women Who Dance

Dance film installation by Jo Fong

 At Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

11th - 14th July, 8pm

Witness three exceptional dancers as they explore the making of their own choreographic portraits.

Dancers Ino Riga, Eeva-Maria Mutka and Annabeth Berkeley generously share their practice and processes and explain who they are and what dance is to…

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Posted on June 22, 2012 at 10:00

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