17. bis 20.03.2016 ein Butoh Experiment mit Yuko Kaseki, Maco und Hikaru Inagawa
TANZ 19.00 Uhr im DOCK 11  



 Vorstellungen im DOCK 11

17, 18., 19. und 20. März 2016, jeweils um 19 Uhr

DOCK 11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin

Ticketreservierungen: 030-35120312, ticket@dock11-berlin.de

Tickets: 13.-  Euro / 10.- Euro erm.


19.03. mit Publikumsgespräch zu ‚CELLuLOID’
in Zusammenarbeit mit Theaterscoutings Berlin

Drei Butoh-KünstlerInnen aus Japan wagen ein Butoh-Experiment - über diese traditionelle japanische Tanztheaterform kann nach der Vorstellung mit den KünstlerInnen gesprochen werden. Mehr Infos: www.theaterscoutings-berlin.de/programm/event/publikumsgespraech_zu_celluloid_706/


ein Butoh Experiment mit Yuko Kaseki, Maco und Hikaru Inagawa

Drehende Laterne, zwirbelnd und wirbelnd
Ansammlung von Schattenspielen und Luftschichten
Wiederholtes Marschieren in gellendem Lärm
Tanz mit einem gehornten Bull Terrier 
Drei Tänzer mit gefrorenem Lächeln und brennenden Tränen
Reise in ein Wunderland aus Plastik und Klamauk
Der Sinn ist geschmolzen, der Unsinn erstarrt 

Konzept | Choreographie | Tanz: Yuko Kaseki, Maco and Hikaru Inagawa
Foto: Sigel Eschkol


CELLuLOID a Butoh Experiment with Yuko Kaseki, Maco und Hikaru Inagawa

Revolving lantern is spinning and swirling
Accumulation of shading shadow or slices of air
Repetition of marching in piercing noise
Dance with horned Bull Terrier
Three dancers with frozen smile and burning tears
Journey to a wonderland of plastic and slapstick
Sense is melted, Nonsense is solidified

Concept | choreography | dance: Yuko Kaseki, Maco and Hikaru Inagawa
Photo: Sigel Eschkol


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Hikaru Inagawa
Actor, Butoh Artist, Director and Set designer. Born in Hokkaido, Japan. In 1998-2004 He was a member of the Ku Na'uka Theater Company. He joined almost all work in Japan and overseas. He learned the acting technique based on the traditional Japanese art and Suzuki method from Satoshi Miyagi. In 2005 he founded 4RUDE. 4RUDE is a performing arts unit that aims to find alternative ways; acting without words and dance based on inner experience instead of body movements. Since 2011 he receives Butoh lessons from Yukio Waguri. Since 2013 he lives in Berlin.The Latest work of 4RUDE is "Capturing a White Bird. That is all the same as capturing the blue sky. " (at Acker Stadt Palast, Berlin).

Actress, Butoh Artist and Performer. Born in Kanagawa, Japan. Maco began her artistic career in the 1980s. She received Butoh lessons from Kazoo Ohno and Yukio Wagri. In 1990s she presented many solo pieces in Tokyo. In 1999-2006 she was a member of the Ku Na'uka Theatre Company, and has played main roles. In 2005 she co-founded 4RUDE and she since then appeared in all the performances. Since 2013 she lives in Berlin. The Latest work is "Capturing a White Bird. That is all the same as capturing the blue sky. " (at Acker Stadt Palast, Berlin).

Yuko Kaseki
Butoh dancer, performer, improviser, choreographer and teacher. She co-founded the dance company cokaseki in 1995 and has been involved in numerous projects with musicians and visual artist. Solo and ensemble performances, improvisations are performed throughout Europe, Russia, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentine, Australia and the USA. These works are physical performance that incorporates Butoh, contemporary dance, object design, texts, and soundscapes. Numerous collaboration with inkBoat (SF), CAVE (NY), Tableau Stations (SF), Theater Thikwa (Berlin) and others. www.cargocollective.com/yukocokaseki