The dance performance challenges the media’s portrayal of women by expressing emotions through Dadaist-inspired poetry. The artist uses her body as a poet’s pen with the help of machine learning models, it critiques the prevalent culture of objectification and exploitation of women perpetuated by the media. Through movement, words, and rhythms, the performance empowers women, amplifying their voices and celebrating their authenticity.
Passion Asasu, a Thai multimedia and performance artist, explores body, sexuality, society and identity. Her work merges biology, psychology, physicality and emotions, examining how capitalism, consumption and media affect women. Through installations and performances, Asasu disrupts societal norms, sparking dialogues on desire, trauma and empowerment.