Motoya Kondo - Butoh workshop at Tictac Art Centre

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Tictac Art Centre

Le 29 avril 2024

Motoya Kondo - Butoh workshop at Tictac Art Centre

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Motoya Kondo

Everything & Nothing – metamorphosing body-mind, a two week butoh workshop by Motoya Kondo

“Our everyday life passes, eating, working, or dancing, within a limited cage, burying enormously rich nature within each of us. Education, traditions, or even learning dance could mold various forms of cages. But as we observe forests carefully under the sky, so many varieties of forms and qualities of plants, flowers, stones, winds… astonish us. This workshop is an invitation to explore and encounter the sky and the forest within our body-mind, discovering unlimited movements and textures within us, and transforming the personal journey into a universal poem.”

Motoya Kondo, born in Nagoya, Japan, is a choreographer, dancer, and co-founder of Motimaru Dance Company. From 2005 he had been studying butoh with Yoshito Ohno, son of Kazuo Ohno and worked as his assistant. After 2010 he has started field work researches of local and traditional dances in Japan, India, Nepal, Spain, and Bali, studied Balinese dance with Agun Anom Putra, I Made Djimat, and Ida Bagus Oka Wirjana. Since 2008, he has been immersed in the practice and study of Eastern contemplative traditions, particularly following the Tibetan traditions, and bridging between contemporary art practices and the age old wisdom. He has been performing and teaching in: Europe, Asia, Australia in over 35 cities.

Date(s)

Le 29 avril 2024

Horaire

Le workshop a lieu du 29 avril au 3 mai de 09h00 à 13h00.

Lieu

Tictac Art Centre

Rue Émile Carpentier, 34

1070 Anderlecht – Brussels

Public(s)

Tout public

Prix d'entrée / Participation

400€

+ A savoir

Language(s) of the activity : english

Réservation

Tictac Art Centre

Tictac Art Centre is the artistic home, initiated and directed by David Zambrano and Mat Voorter. In it’s 5 years of existence, it is respected and known by contemporary dancers and performers all over the world. The main focus of Tictac is the transmission of creative methods for performance and visual arts. The centre is offered to international artists with innovative ideas and who are willing to share those ideas in frames of weekly workshops, raw performances and visual art exhibitions. Tictac is also the main scene where David Zambrano himself continues sharing his artistic and pedagogic work.

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