A dance work aiming to use the body to create a “natural” landscape full of signs and suggestion in a corner of Tokyo. Taku Yoshida’s neutral stage presence and Tomomi Fujii’s dance-like physicality were juxtaposed, suggestive of an organic relationship between everyday objects such as cling wrap and headlamps with the theater space and the body.
Engages in physical expression including dance. He was taught dance by Kuniko Kisanuki on the Theater and Dance Program at J. F. Oberlin University College of Performing and Visual Arts, before going on to learn dance from KENTARO!!. Based on his interest in “existence,” he explores the body from multiple perspectives as well as the relationship between objects, space, and the body. In addition to performing his own works, his wide-ranging activities include participating in the performance platform “Stilllive,” event planning and management, and booklet editing and writing.
Atelier Dai Q Geijutsu, Setagaya City, Tokyo