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ネオン・ダンス「パズル・クリーチャー 豊島にて」

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日時:2019年9月28日(土)/ 9月29日(日)

開場:13:30 / 開演:14:00 (終了予定時間:15:00)

 

昨年上郷クローブ座にて初演、その後ヨーロッパ公演でも大きな反響を呼んだイギリスを拠点とする創造集団、ネオン・ダンスの「パズル・クリーチャー」が瀬戸内国際芸術祭に合わせバージョン・アップして帰ってくる!

 

今回の「パズル・クリーチャー 豊島にて」は前回同様、芸術家の荒川修作+マドリン・ギンズの世界、とりわけギンズの著作である『ヘレン・ケラーまたは荒川修作』の最終章「批判する浜辺(Critical Beach)」から着想を得た作品。 豊島の海岸を舞台にダンサーたちが時間や空間、複数の地平線を縦横無尽に行き交い、鑑賞者もいつの間にかすべてが一体となってやがてそれぞれの「降り立つ場*」 に身体を委ねてゆく。前作品と同じく、ダンサーたちは日英の手話を用いて多言語で交信し、身体の一部を外在化させるかのようなオブジェを身にまとう。見る者はやがてこの作品の真の主役は私たちそれぞれの身体であり、それがパズルのピースとなって作り上げる集合体としての大きな身体でもあることを共に体験してゆくという、今までに見たことのないパフォーマンスの世界、乞うご期待!

 

*降り立つ場 = Landing site(ランディング・サイト)荒川+ギンズのキーコンセプトの一つ

 

 

開催によせて -We are all puzzle creature-

 

公演タイトルでもある“パズル・クリーチャー(puzzle creature)”は荒川+ギンズの世界を表すキーワードの一つです。

昨年開催された上郷クローブ座での世界初公演から1年、今回は瀬戸内海に浮かぶ豊島の浜辺が舞台となります。

室内の劇場から野外へと飛び出したパズル・クリーチャーたちが前回と全く異なる環境とどのように交信し、自然との対話を展開させてゆくのか、見る者も見られる者も一体となって創り出す舞台はきっと皆さまの記憶に残る経験となることでしょう。豊島にてお会いできますことを楽しみにしております。

 

荒川修作+マドリン・ギンズ東京事務所

 

 

料金

前売り ¥2,000(税込)/ 一般 ¥2,500(税込)

パス割 ¥2,300(税込) / 小中高生 ¥1,000(税込)

 

 

 

会場:豊島 甲生海岸

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推奨ルート

 

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瀬戸内国際芸術祭2019 混雑予想カレンダー (PDF)

 

 

ネオン・ダンス

2003年にイギリス、ロンドンにて結成され、国際的に活動するダンスカンパニー。エイドリアン・ハートが芸術監督を務める。映像や音楽など、様々なコラボレーションをともなう作品を制作している。小さな劇場空間から祝祭的空間まで様々なサイズの空間でパフォーマンスを行っていることも特徴的である。

 

Choreographer:Adrienne Hart

 

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Adrienne Hart initially trained at Swindon Dance, winning a scholarship at the age of 17 to train at London Contemporary Dance School. She now works internationally as a choreographer and as Artistic Director of Neon Dance. Adrienne has worked in Russia, Belgium, Norway, Germany, Kosovo, Japan, USA, and extensively in the UK. Her work has been commissioned and supported by Arts Council England, British Council, Creative England, Sadler's Wells, The Place, Modern Art Oxford, Reversible Destiny Foundation, Royal Opera House, Glastonbury Festival, DanceXchange, Pavilion Dance South West and Art Front Gallery. 2018 commissions include working with Sadler's Wells resident over 60's performance group Company of Elders and her latest work 'PuzzleCreature' invited to premiere as part of Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial (Japan). In 2019 Adrienne will return to Japan as a participating artist of Setouchi Art Triennale and begin a new production titled 'Prehension Blooms' with a SWCTN Porthmeor residency in St Ives (2019) and Saison Foundation fellowship in Tokyo (2020).

 

www.neondance.org

 

Music: Sebastian Reynolds

 

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Sebastian Reynolds is an Oxford based composer and producer, supported by PRS for Music Foundation, British Council and Arts Council England. Sebastian is part of the contemporary music ensemble Solo Collective alongside acclaimed German experimental musicians Anne Müller and Alex Stolze, the trio have performed sold out shows across Europe. They released 'Solo Collective Part One' in 2016 and follow up Solo Collective Part Two in 2019 via Berlin based label Nonostar. In 2016, Sebastian researched Jataka Mythology performance traditions in Thailand and went on to realise a collaborative work inspired by the mythology with Neon Dance and the award winning Thai dance artist Pichet Klunchun titled 'Mahajanaka Dance Drama'. Off the back of this project, he was commissioned by Neon Dance to create an original score for 'Puzzle Creature’. He rejoins the company at Setouchi Art Triennale 2019.

 

www.sebastianreynolds.co.uk

 

Costume / Props: Ana Rajcevic

 

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Ana Rajcevic is an award winning fashion artist, working at the intersections of sculpture and fashion design. After receiving an international MA scholarship from the University of the Arts London in 2010, to attend the prestigious Fashion Artefact course, Ana won the University’s Best Design Award 2012 in London, UK and the Project of the Year Award at International Talent Support in Italy for her “ANIMAL: The Other Side of Evolution” project. Based between London and Berlin, Ana's work has been exhibited internationally in London, Paris, New York, Rome, Berlin, and in museums and galleries including the Louvre (FR), Smithsonian Design Museum (NYC), Boijmans Museum (NL) and San Jose Museum of Art (CA) among others. Ana has been a regular collaborator with Neon Dance since 2014.

 

http://anarajcevic.com/

Dancers

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Maren Fidje Bjørneseth

Maren is a contemporary dancer from Norway. She trained at Laban Centre in London and has performed for Catarina Carvahlo and Nina Kov at the Royal Opera House (London), toured Ingvild Isaksen’s 'People' around Europe and most recently performed in PunchDrunk's award winning 'Sleep No More' in China. Her recent work includes a double bill production with choreographers Kenneth Flak, Kulli Roosna and Stian Danielsen presented at Kilden Theatre in Kristiansand, Norway. Maren joins Neon Dance in 2019 for 'Puzzle Creature Island Encounter'.

Moo Kim

Gyung Moo Kim

Born in South Korea and now based in Berlin (Germany), Gyung Moo Kim has worked as a dancer and performer for Sidra Bell, Gallim Dance, NYTB in NYC and Fabien Prioville, Helena Waldmann, Alexander Kolpin, collective E.K.K.O, Minako Seki and Ana Borralho & João Galante. He won first prize both in Dance and Choreography in the 15th Stuttgart solo festival with “Grief Point”, a collaborative work with Sidra Bell and currently works with the award winning Sasha Waltz & Guests in Germany. He joins Neon Dance in 2019 for 'Puzzle Creature Island Encounter'. 

Aoi Nakamura

Aoi Nakamura

Aoi trained at Leipzig Opera ballet school and graduated from the State Ballet School Berlin, 2006. She has worked with the State Theater Wiesbaden and has been a member of Jasmin Vardimon Company since 2012. Other performance credits include working with Punchdrunk, Marguerite Donlon, Stephan Thoss, Angie Hiesel Production, Itzik Galili, Rafael Bonachela, Marco Goecke, Idan Cohen, Uwe Scholz and Medhi Walerski. Aoi choreographed Ototoxic in 2008, which was awarded first prize at the international choreography competition at Aarhus in 2010 and has recently founded AΦE with Esteban Fourmi, creating experimental performance in the live art scene. Aoi has been a member of Neon Dance since 2013.

Sign language (English)

Jemima Hoadley & Deepa Shastri

Jemima initially trained at Laban graduating with First Class BA (HONS) in Dance Theatre. Jemima has danced with CandoCo Dance Company amongst others. In 2004, she was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship for her inclusive work in Quebec, Canada with Corpuscule Danse. Deepa Shastri has extensive experience of working in the cultural sector on various levels for the last 12 years. Past credentials include Associate Producer for Unlimited, as part of London 2012 festival programme and Liverpool’s DaDa Festival. She is creative BSL consultant with specialist knowledge on deaf audiences development and theatre access solutions such as BSL interpretation and captioning.

 

Sign language (Japanese)

Chisato Minamura

Chisato trained at Trinity Laban in London and went on to study for her MA at Yokohama National University. She also has a BA in Japanese Painting. Born in Japan, Chisato is now based in London (UK). Completing her Signing Art Course organised by Tate Museum in 2012, she now delivers art tours in BSL using her skills and experience of art and art history in venues including British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Museums and Whitechapel Gallery.

 

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