EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

"Peter McDonald: Visitor" Related Programs

Special Performance: Circulation – Circulating Landscape

Information

Period :
2012.2.19 (Sun.)
19:00 (doors open 18:45)
Venue :
Theater 21/ 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
Admission:
Free
For More Information:
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa

Phone: +81-76-220-2800

Facsimile: +81-76-220-2802

E-Mail: info@kanazawa21.jp

Dancer Nakanishi Yuko will present in the form of a special performance an encounter with the world of Peter McDonald’s painting. The workshop “Other Head Other Body” was run by professionals in Noh, modern ballet and yoga, using McDonald’s vast mural Disco as the setting. Study Group and improv session will result in the emergence of a new realm fusing painting, sound, and the physical body.

Overview

Dancer Nakanishi Yuko will present in the form of a special performance an encounter with the world of Peter McDonald’s painting. The workshop “Other Head Other Body” was run by professionals in Noh, modern ballet and yoga, using McDonald’s vast mural Disco as the setting. Study Group *1 and improv session *2 will result in the emergence of a new realm fusing painting, sound, and the physical body.



Performers: NAKANISHI Yuko, KCS Nakanishi Yuko Dance Space,

       OGAWA Takuro (saxophone)

Video: Peter McDonald: Visitor, Takasago Scroll

    (Animation: KAZUMA Ryohei)




*1

Session 1 (August 19 and 20, 2011) Noh performance: WATANABE Shigeto, TAKAHASHI Norimasa, YABU Katsunori

Session 2 (September 27 and 28, 2011) Modern ballet: NAKANISHI Yuko

Session 3 (October 14, 2011) Yoga: SUNAYAMA Yukiko



*2

Session 4 (November 29, 2011)

Guests: TAKAHASHI Norimasa (Noh performer), SUNAYAMA Yukiko (Yoga practitioner), NAKANISHI Yuko (Dancer), Peter McDonald

NAKANISHI Yuko

Head of the Kanazawa Creative Studio Yuko Nakanishi Dance Space and Urayasu Modern Dance Academy.

Studied under SHODA Chizu, KASAI Kiyoko and FURUKAWA Yoko.


Currently, while training the next generation of young dancers in Kanazawa and Urayasu, she pursues her own creative activities.

Images

    Peter McDonald, Takasago Scroll

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