Ivy Tsui 徐奕婕
"Ivy TSUI is imaginative and enquiring,
an independent artist with a unique musicality and sense of play in her performance.”
—Sue Healey, Director of On View: Hong Kong
Independent choreographer who born and based in Hong Kong, specialising in site-specific dance, is interested in nature and life. She is the winner of the "Young Artist (dance)" for the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards in 2015.
She enjoys dancing among the crowd and sharing the living moment beyond any boundaries, where she made QuanQuan, a site-specific dance work in 2011. The work was re-created and performed at the HK Kubrick Bookstore in 2012 and Rahva Raahmat in Tallinn, Estonia in 2017.
Her strong passion and sensitivity of flowers inspire her choreographies: Water Lilies (2017), Morning glory (2016), Dehydrated Flower (2015), Frangipani (2015) and few more to name, which were commissioned by the Hong Kong Arts Festival and the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Recently, she was selected as one of the three HK artists to join a Finland-HK exchange program supported by the West Kowloon Cultural District.