(4-27 August | not on 7, 10, 14, 17, 21 & 24 August | Facebook won't allow us to show the full run!)
‘Together Alone talks a lot about how to live together. We tasked ourselves to never let go of each other. That creates huge limitations. It’s just the two of us, but what we experience parallels society: how we deal with people, how we use each other, how we collaborate.
Sometimes we help each other, sometimes we are against each other, sometimes we need to negotiate. The relationship is always
changing. It has difficulties, it has moments of being smooth, it will
change again, but nothing lasts forever.’ – Chen-Wei Lee
(Contains nudity throughout)
‘Manifested the essence of nudity as art’ PAReviews
‘The upsurge and the crystal clear purity deep in their souls – simple
yet rich’ ArTalks
This show is part of Taiwan Season — Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017.