Suk-Jun Kim (Composer), Imogene Newland (Performer), Kate Steenhauer (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formPerformance


Hedda is a multi-disciplinary and multi-platform experience in which a unique dialogue is created between movement, sound and live Japanese ink drawings unfolding on a screen through a projector. This collaboration is with Dancer/Choreographer Imogene Newland and Sound Artist Suk-Jun Kim, with 72-year old Anne Steenhauer-Randall appearing as guest performer. The dialogue focuses on malfunctioning of human body and mind in different stages of life. The work is supported by Creative Scotland’s Open Project Fund and a Residency through CityMoves Dance Agency and performed live as part of the May Festival University of Aberdeen. A 20-minute audio-visual production was screened at Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Glasgow.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018


  • performance
  • dance
  • visual art
  • composition


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