I/O (volume 4) : Dunedin Fringe Festival

I/O (volume 4)


I/O Multimedia Performance Company (Chiharu Kuronuma and Teruki Okamoto) with C ARTS

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A quadruple-bill of four short pieces, Flow and Trajectories of Transitions from calligrapher and choreographer Chiharu Kuronuma, and Coordinated Distance and A Part of Empties from juggler Teruki Okamoto. Together they investigate choreography as a part of a research process that unites dance and juggling with perspectives of calligraphy and digital programming. Chiharu Kuronuma has developed a theoretical framework for integrating 2D calligraphy into a 3D bodily expression by employing aspects of the Laban Movement Analysis. Asian Arts Award winner Teruki Okamoto has been working on the discovery of the Principle of Motion.

Flow and Trajectories of Transitions: Created and Performed by Chiharu Kuronuma

Coordinated Distance and A Part of Empties: Created and Performed by Teruki Okamoto

Music | Chiharu Kuronuma, Teruki Okamoto, tetote, Arata

Mix | Ayumi ‘Ojo’ Matsui

Lighting and Sound | Takamasa Yamada, SunTechnical

Filming | Masahiro Sekiya

Production Manager | Kenji Matsuma

Showing as part of of the C ARTS programme of digital performance | www.CtheArts.com



All Ages

*Fees may apply




Dunedin Fringe Online Venue

Digital/Online Dance C Arts Digital

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