A Resource for Performing Artists, Scholars and Audiences.
For many of us there for sure popped up a question whether Butoh is already dead or constantly in transformation absorbing many other styles, cultures, rituals; it develops itself and one can only wonder about the diversity of Butoh dances and dancers nowadays. Left with no “system” or “structure” that could help us recognize Butoh as “Butoh”, we have to cope with those rhetorical issues on our own and in open debates. For those thorough researches who draw a perspective from the past to the…Continue
At the end of March, before leaving for Japan, in Mime Centrum Berlin Aya Irizuki gave a talk about Butoh and her experiences. We are glad to share the most interesting pieces of this talk.
Aya Irizuki, born in 1983 in Japan, studied classical and modern…Continue
Butoh Channel Berlin helped within the organization, inviting the artists and keeping a “photo”-eye keen during the action.
Film presentation will be announced later. Video will be partly available on Butoh Channel…Continue