About Chloe WONG
Chloe WONG Ching-ting graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, with honours in Contemporary dance. She was awarded a scholarship by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund to receive her master's degree programme jointly organized by the Hollins University & American Dance Festival (ADF) in the U.S. She was sponsored to attend the “Monaco Dance Forum 2006” as a representative of Hollins University during her study. To enrich her creativity, she completed the Acting and Performing course in Prague, Czech Republic in 2012.
Chloe's choreographies have been staged in different countries, including Hong Kong, Germany, Poland, Greece, China, U.S., and Malaysia etc.She just presented a new work Light Flight the Night (2018), a Site Specific works as a development form Heaven Behind the Door II (2017). Heaven Behind the Door II is selected and will be performed at 2018 Busan International Dance Market in Korea.
Other works include Diffusion of the Silence and Heaven Behind the Door, which were commissioned and produced by Hong Kong Arts Festival's ‘Contemporary Dance Series’ in 2015 and 2014. Heaven Behind the Door has been selected to showcase in Internationale Tanzmesse nrw 2016.
Lifting Bones was performed in Zawirowania International Dance Theater Festival 2015 in Warsaw Poland and Guangdong Dance Festival 2014 in China. In 2012, she performed in an ensemble work in Fara, Greece, Performing at the Edge together with her solo work Tiny Hong Kong. Her other full length works include Audible Growth, The Living Split, etc.
Chloe is keen on cross-cultural exchanges with international artists. Recently, by working with artists from Japanese Traditional Noh Theater, Chinese Opera, and Contemporary Theater/Dance, to seek for an experimental cultural exchange.
In September 2017, she is invited to join the OzAsia Festival “Dance Lab”, a choreographic exchange project in Adelaide, Australia.
From 2013-2017, she has also been collaborating with Japanese artists in a cross-cultural exchange project named Absolute Airplane, which showcased in Hong Kong and Japan.
As an independent artist, Chloe has also been active in art education. She is currently teaching in HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (APL) and working as creative instructor for Zuni Icosahedron’s projects ‘Invisible Cities’ (2015) & ‘Creative Playground’ (2015-2017).
In 2017, Dance, for No Reason was nominated in the category of Outstanding Small Venue Production - Hong Kong Dance Awards by Hong Kong Dance Alliance.
In 2010, Awarded in the Category of Outstanding Dance Education/ Youth Dance/ Community Dance/ Environmental Dance in Hong Kong Dance Awards with the production Positioning, by Hong Kong Dance Alliance.