One Man Nation/SG


One Man Nation’s work was best described by Portuguese avant-garde collective Soopa as a “performance that transmitted a deep narrative feeling of geopolitical disenchantment, ingrained into dark textures.” This disenchantment exists on
more levels than purely narrative, it is exorcised by the use of every part of his body as a whole, that presence with the inclusion of the sounds produced by the intended or accidental gestures and physical actions - everything is
technology making anything and everything potentially an instrument, a source of sound, a critique - the avoidance of
a priori drawn ways, ontologically reinventing the possibilities of life, and as a living performer/artist, exploring
all the possibilities in the here, in the now.

One Man Nation

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