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    CPR Practice

    Geumhyung Jeong
    SPRING 2015

    CPR stands for ‘cardiopulmonary resuscitation’, or, resuscitation through heart massage and mouth-to-mouth. In CPR Practice, Geumhyung Jeong is practising CPR in a re-enacted emergency, in which she sticks to the CAB-instructions, C: compressions, A: airway, B: breathing. The medical training session slowly transforms into a sensual game – of life and death. The South Korean choreographer and performer Geumhyung Jeong has a crush on machines: in her last show it was an excavator, now it’s a CPR-practice doll. With this fascination Jeong’s work focuses on the relationship between the human body and physical objects. 

     On 27 May CPR Practice can be seen with We don’t speak to be understood as Double Bill #6 Silent + Outspoken
     On 28 May CPR Practice can be seen with 5: ECHO as Double Bill #7 Touching theatre + Minimalistic dance



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