"Two days of boundary-burning music and art performance, Neon Lights brings to mind the muddy banks of Glastonbury" - Timeout Singapore
Daniel Kok, aka diskodanny, was the laureate of the Young Artist Award from National Arts Council (Singapore) and his works have been performed in various cities in Asia and Europe, notably ImpulsTanz (Vienna) and Festival/Tokyo, as well as the In-Out Festival in Burkina Faso. In 2017, he has been commissioned by the Singapore International Festival of the Arts (SIFA) to direct a massive dance work, “HOLI” with up to 20 dancers based in Singapore.
An avid pole dancer, he won the SG Pole Challenge 2012 and represented Singapore at the International Pole Championships 2013 (Finalist). In 2014, he collaborated with Arco Renz (Belgium) and Eisa Jocson (Philippines) to create pole duet “ALPHA”, co-produced by Esplanade (Singapore), KobaltWorks (Belgium) and Goethe Institut.
Daniel is presently developing his artistic research on critical spectatorship and audienceship, and he will explore these themes through a stunning interactive performance sculpture at Neon Lights.
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