New York-based Japanese choreographer Kota Yamazaki collaborates with two dancers from Senegal and Ethiopia and four American or Japanese American dancers to create his new work, (glowing), inspired by modern day novelist Jun’ichiro Tanizaki’s essay In’ei Raisan (In Praise of Shadows) which describes Japan’s appreciation of the refined beauty found in darkness and shadow. (glowing) is Yamazaki’s unparalleled attempt to bridge the “fire and ice” of the an angular, asymmetrical and exceptionally slow-moving Japanese movement form, Butoh; with the rhythmic, exuberant, joyful and sensuous style of African Dance. For more information, visithttp://www.colum.edu/Dance_Center/performances/kotayamazakifluidhug-hug/index.php
Choose a DateMay 2013
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