藝術評論 Arts Review

表演藝術雜誌

  • 顏鳳曦對場面調度的掌控與劇場素材的掌握都具有一定的能力。(134期第60頁)
  • 顏鳳曦是創作力最盛的年輕編舞者之一。(第173期第71頁)
  • 顏鳳曦的舞蹈在穩重中求創意。(第173期第71頁)
  • 顏鳳曦是值得關注與期待的編舞者。(第182期第35頁)
  • 顏鳳曦保持對社會現況敏銳辛辣的嗅覺,是女性編舞家中擅長處理議題的異數。(第185期第69頁)

國藝會2008夏季號

創新新星會之報導人物。

Taipei Times

Dominique Yen is making a name who can create both Modern and Ballet.

聯合報

顏鳳曦在《箱子》裡放進一個單純的自己,以及從街道上蒐集得來的許多受訪者的願望,結合語言、影像、戲劇、裝置、歌唱與舞蹈,形成一個奇想世界。〔楊莉玲〕

中央社

顏鳳曦在《箱子》中,使用語言、影像、戲劇、裝置、歌的夢想,形成多元表演藝術。〔陳蓉〕

大成報

顏鳳曦「小我」的奇想世界結合多元表演藝術。〔張秀珍〕

『新藝見』中國時報

2012年甫開春,顏鳳曦就帶領「風乎舞雩跨領域創作聚團」的一群年輕生命,在古都臺南再度投下一顆震憾彈:2012年度製作《關係》。〔戴君安〕

在緊密的黑盒子中,觀眾席不斷傳出低低的讚嘆聲。《關係》。﹝戴君安﹞

表演藝術評論台 

在檜香屑浸化成長–臺南藝術節《母親》—從早期的霹靂外放逐漸轉入內化的情緒演繹,這應是創作者個人歷程轉變的寫照,也是對生命體悟的另一層表現。看來風乎舞雩跨領域創作聚團已在自己的創演地圖上,《母親》是延續這段新里程的路標。〔戴君安〕

詩意、舞台調度與形而上《母親》—《母親》試圖從文學中找尋舞蹈的詩意,「以文會舞」,從意旨鮮明的動作設計,到舞台空間及視覺意象,到舞者之間的〔母子〕關係,用心製作。〔李時雍〕

《孩子磁場》,「光」則代表母親永遠離不開孩子的關愛目光。編舞者顏鳳曦,以兩名舞者一盞燈,演繹《孩子磁場》一詩,沒有艱澀複雜的動作,而是藉由舞者手中燈光投射出的光影,在忽遠忽近的身體位移間,讓舞台顯得豐富迷人。〔莫嵐蘭〕

將文學讀進舞蹈裡《願DESEO》—《孩子磁場》顏鳳曦從文學取材,更大膽將光與影的物理現象帶入舞作中,運用光源與人的距離及角度,層層描繪出母親孕育孩子的過程,讓人深刻體會到一股僅存於想像中的氛圍。〔謝昱萱〕

ARTalks

二十年的舞蹈祈《願》—編舞家顏鳳曦的創作有著相當的高度,這些年來維持著穩定的品質與數量,也是目前全台重要的編舞家之一。這次以顏艾琳的詩篇《孩子磁場》編舞,巧妙地運用了手電筒的光影,創作出舞台上迷人的雙人舞空間,那明暗對比分明,移動快速的舞者身形光影,在遠近交錯間,是權力是造物者,在劇場的空間拉出了驚人的戲劇性張力。〔貧窮男〕

PAR Magazine

●“Dominique Yen has certain ability for scene dispatch’s control and the theater source material.” ~PAR Magazine #134

●“Dominique Yen is one of the most creative Young Choreographers in Taiwan” ~PAR Magazine#173

●“Dominique Yen’s dance is mature and creative.” ~PAR Magazine#173

●“Dominique Yen is a choreographer who is worthy to pay attention and anticipation.” ~PAR Magazine#182

Taipei Times

Dominique Yen is making a name who can create both Modern and Ballet.

Performing Arts Reviews

●“Light” in Kid symbolizes a mother’s undivided attention paid to her child. Choreographer Dominique Yen interprets the poem “Kid” with two dancers and a flashlight. The handheld flashlight creates light-and-shadow effects, representing alternate distance or closeness and adding dazzling variety to the stage with fluent body movements rather than human-unfriendly or difficult moves. (by Mo Lan-lan)

 

●Dominique Yen’s literature-inspired Kid boldly integrates the physically phenomenal interplay of light and shadows into a dance production. Using such elements as the angle of light source and its distance to the dancers, this multi-layered depiction of a mother’s childbearing process leaves the audience genuinely impressed with an ambiance that belongs only in their imagination. (An excerpt from DESEO: Incorporating Literature into Dance, by Xie Yu-xuan)

 

ARTalks

●Dominique Yen has presented dance productions of considerable significance that are stable in both quality and quantity, making her one of Taiwan’s top choreographers. Inspired by Yan Ai-lin’s poem “Kid,” Yen ingeniously uses the interplay of light and shadows created by flashlights to build a fascinating stage space for pas de deux. Amid stark light-darkness contrasts, the dancers’ swiftly moving silhouettes indicate power, or Creators, at varying distances, leading to the dramatic tension in a theatrical setting. (An excerpt from DESEO: a Two-decade Old Wish, by PoorBoy)

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