Generative Butô Dance
Generative Butô Dance / Live in Bordeaux. 原田伸雄 舞踏の現場 in ボルドー
It’s a collector’s box set from unique show in Bordeaux of Butô master Harada Nobuo.
Carton box 13 X 13 X 2cm w : dvd 72’ +
4 pictures ©Kaz Tsurudome 12,4 X 12,4cm +
4 double sided data sheets french/japanese 12,4 X 12,4.
Live on the 7 of april 2017 at Le Lieu Sans Nom / Bordeaux
1 «Le fleuve rouge de l’éther». (Invitation to concentration & meditation) 41’
2 Improvisation avec Garlo. (The wind of liberation & liberty) 31’
Dancers HARADA Nobuo, MATSUOKA Chie, MINEO Kaori, SHIN Kimiko.
Butô wikipedia Butoh is a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range of activities, techniques and motivations for dance, performance, or movement. Following World War II butoh arose in 1959 through collaborations between its two key founders Hijikata Tatsumi & Ohno Kazuo.
Common features of the art form include playful and grotesque imagery, taboo topics, extreme or absurd environments, and it is traditionally performed in white body makeup with slow hyper-controlled motion.
Le Fleuve rouge de l’éther
Butoh Dance is performed where life & death are in complete harmony, and is like hovering between life and death. The flowers of blood , the flowers of ethyl, do they sprout from the ground or do they fall from heaven ? Translated by Shiho Oba