Lee Su-Feh : Touch Me Hold Me Let Me Go

02oct21:3023:30Lee Su-Feh : Touch Me Hold Me Let Me GoVirtual Event21:30 - 23:30 FacilitatorLee Su-Feh (she/her/they/them)CategoryQEB3


(Saturday) 21:30 - 23:30





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Touch Me Hold Me Let Me Go (Dance, Movement, Performance Art)

An algorithm for dancing with the planet.
An algorithm for dancing with your beloved.
An algorithm for dancing from enough-ness.
To practice love in the midst of distress,
To practice care in the midst of distress

In this part lecture, part workshop, Lee Su-Feh will talk about the algorithm they have been developing for the past several years and give instructions on how to use it.


This session is part of the Queer Practices / Queer Embodiment remote transdisciplinary conference that aims to bring together artists, theorists, and practitioners. The conference continues our work of building a community that is focused on intentionally developing bodily practices. We want our space to be a place for political growth and experimentation using all the materials that bodywork, sex education, and cultural inquiry can provide.

We aim to take advantage of the opportunity for an online conference. We seek to engage a broader audience that may be familiar with sex-positive culture but is not necessarily attuned to a wider set of political concerns, or approaches to gender and sexuality that are more often encountered within academic, activist, and artistic spaces. We want to put together a conference that will be open to the public and focus on fostering challenging yet accessible conversation.

Queer Practices / Queer Embodiment is curated and organized by a collaborative team consisting of Andrea Rimon (an intimacy choreographer and movement artist) and Georg Barkas (a tying and sexuality educator) and Karada House in Berlin (a queer art/research space). It is sponsored by Karada House and Github for Good.

You can browse the full program and get access to this session/the conference here


Event Details

Date & Time:  October 2nd, 2021, 9:30 pm – 11:30 pm CET (Berlin time)

Format: transdisciplinary conference


Language: English, automated closed captions provided

Recording: yes, will be available for 30 days to the participants of the conference


What else to know

After your successful ticket purchase, you will be sent an email with all the necessary data for this event.

This event is free. You can also choose a payment for your ticket which will be used by Karada House to finance similar events in the future.

photo: Caio Oviedo


Lee Su-Feh (she/her/they/them)

Lee Su-Feh (she/her/they/them) is an artist whose work encompasses choreography, performance, teaching, dramaturgy, writing and community-organizing. Born and raised in Malaysia, they were indelibly marked by teachers who strove to find a contemporary Asian expression out of the remnants of colonialism and dislocated traditions. Since moving to Vancouver in 1988, Lee has created a body of work that interrogates the contemporary body as a site of intersecting and displaced histories and habits. In 1995 they co-founded battery opera performance with David McIntosh, and together they have led the company to earn a reputation for being “fearlessly iconoclastic”, producing award-winning works that take place in theatres, on the street, in hotel rooms and in print.

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