Guofeng is currently the artistic director of Sigma Contemporary Dance and SMU Indancity. His works have been showcased in local arts festival such as M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival and SMU Arts Festival, and in international dance festivals such as Sibu International Dance Festival, Dance Circus and Blossom Arts Festival.
He creates works based on the ongoing development of his movement and choreographic practices and The Straits Times and Arts Equator have described his works as “compelling”, “slick”, “immersive” and “clever”. In 2019, he created a work with long-time collaborator Chua Chiok Woon, which has been showcased in M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival and invited to perform in Hong Kong Dance Exchange and Macau CDE Springboard. He is constantly exploring different ways of presenting contemporary dance to the audience, such as Dock 65, a full length piece using Esplanade Park as an outdoor theatre, Survei:ance, a Zoom performance, and Hypnagogia, a 360 site specific performance with 360 sound.
As he continues to refines his practice, he hopes to share his findings with people curious about art and the moving body.
Chua Chiok Woon
Trained in ballet and contemporary dance, Chiok is a founding member and dance artist of Sigma Contemporary Dance. She has performed and collaborated in works by Hong Guofeng, Jessica Christina (Indonesia), Marcus Foo, Benedict Soh, Christina Chan, and Yeri Anarika (Berlin/ Mexico). Her co-creation, "Honey Bee and the Dandelion" has been performed at M1 Offstage 2018, M1 Open Stage 2019, as well as CDE Springboard in Macau and Hong Kong Dance Exchange in 2020. She has also created short works for universities and tertiary institutions.
Aside from dancing and creating, she shares her practice and dance knowledge with children, youths and adults as a freelance dance educator.