Meetings on Aggresion - NeMA - 16.04

Meetings on Aggresion - NeMA - 16.04

On behalf of Klaudiusz Ślusarczyk and NeMA MA students,

the MA New Media Arts department would like to invite you to a lecture as part of a set of meetings on AGGRESSION.

Taking on ideas connected to aggressive behaviour in the public sphere both in the offline and online universe, the theme for this set of meetings is also connected to this year’s activities organised nationwide by a coalition of public institutions, non-governmental organizations, social movements, collectives, artists and activists as part of the Antifascist year initiative.

Our next meeting will be on:

Butoh Dance is a Battlefield / with TO-EN

at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology / ul. Koszykowa 86
Studio Sztuki [building C] on Tuesday 16.04.2019 at 16:30 - 18:30

[meetings are free and open to everyone]

TO-EN is a butoh dancer and choreographer form Poland, artistic director of TO-EN Butoh Company. TO-EN is a next member of quite small generation of butoh dancers in the world. For many years she has been living in Sweden and studying the body work and butoh dance with SU-EN – famous butoh artist, choreographer and artistic director of the SU-EN Butoh Company. TO-EN has performed in the wide range of performances and projects presented on the main Swedish stages. Currently in Poland, TO-EN works in the field of stage performances, multidisciplinary and site-specific projects, land art, improvisations, interventions, exhibitions, lectures and workshops. TO-EN is artist's Japanese stage name and means EARTH - GARDEN.


About butoh:

Butoh is a contemporary dance form originated from Japan in the late 1950s. Revolutionary and breaking principles of the dance genre, butoh created new modes of artistic expression. Butoh dancers focused on the deep body work leading towards the redefinition of the body on stage. In this process body became art. Nowadays in Europe, butoh is still surprising the spectators with its unique style, consequently strengthening its impact and position on the contemporary art scene.

more on activities as part of the Antifascist year : www.rokantyfaszystowski.org

poster design: Wojciech Płudowski [NeMA PJATK]

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