Miku Tsuchiya and I are very excited to announce that is screening in the Barbican Cinema 1 as part of In Passing JAEFF: Bodies 2021 | 身体. There will be an video introduction of the program by Michael Sakamoto and one by Miku and I on In Passing.
The programme brings together Chiaki Nagano and Takahiko Iimura ’s collaborations with butoh pioneers Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno . Connecting these works to present-day conceptions of movement, society, and technology is In Passing. “
17 September 6.00pm @ Barbican Cinema 1 Tickets: CLICK HERE The in-venue festival screenings are from 16 – 19 September at Barbican. The festival goes online from 20 – 30 September 2021 [ UK only ] @ Barbican’s Cinema on Demand platform
In Passing A short film about navigating the invisible to connect. Through movement and unexpected camera angles we try to find our way into the 24/7 world in which we start to lose connection with ourselves and others. How close can the digital age bring us together and which borders do we cross? Miku Tsuchiya – dancer | narrator Anne Verheij – director | cinematographer | editor | narrator In Passing © ANNE• 2019
Friday 17 Sept, 6:00pm Barbican, Cinema 1 This screening features a video introduction by Michael Sakamoto The first of our two screenings celebrating butoh co-founders Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno through wildly inventive and highly surreal cinematic works. Our bodies are in crisis! This programme brings together Chiaki Nagano and Takahiko Iimura’s collaborations with butoh pioneers Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno. JAEFF attempts to define a dance style which defies definition. Beginning with the first entry in Nagano’s Mr O trilogy, viewers will be plunged headfirst into the grotesque absurdities of a form which seeks to “resist fixity”. The unforgettable imagery of Portrait of Mr O is complemented by Iimura’s “cinedance” recordings of Hijikata’s early 1960s performances. Both Anma and Rose Color Dance are efforts to film choreography and to choreograph film. Connecting these works to present-day conceptions of movement, society, and technology is Anne Verheij’s In Passing.
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