Dancing of Lights
TEAM: Kenneth Chang – Malaysian – Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus, Austin Pua – Malaysian – Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus, Claire Zhuang – Malaysian – Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus, Jake Hooi – Malaysian – Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus
Dance is _____?
Dance is something that’s inherently present in everyone, it’s a universal language, a lingua franca of the world. We historically use it to communicate our needs and desire, and yet for every single individual, the concept and intentions behind dancing strangely differs drastically base on each individual’s personal reality on what dancing symbolizes.
Introducing the Groove, the unique and ever adaptive positive and negative spaces allows it to conform to the shape and volume of every street and cityscape spaces. This invites a change of pace where modern club dancing is soulless, stagnant and lonely, the purest essence gone in pursuit of social acceptance and reciprocation. In here, dance is personalize by allowing everyone’s input for their prefered genre to be used for the night’s mixtape before entering, therefore no one is excluded from the party. Let your individuality lead your body to seek nourishment for the only thing that matters, your soul.