MORINONAKA
- im Wald -

Dance / Installation / Performance 

Concept, staging and choreography: Emi Miyoshi

Art installation and performance: Jürgen Oschwald

Dance: Unita Gay Galiluyo, Yannick Badier, Emi Miyoshi

Technical support: Marc Doradzillo, Martin Puchberger

Photo and video: Marc Doradzillo

 

 

With special thanks to the sponsors of this project: Cultural Office of the City of Freiburg, Landesverband Freier Theater Baden-Württemberg eV, LBBW, Sparkasse Freiburg, Kunstverein Freiburg e. V.

Location

KUNSTVEREIN FREIBURG

GERMANY

Year

2014

Does the beauty of the blossoming cherry tree make people lose their minds? This is what the Japanese literary work deals with: “Under the full bloom of the cherry tree forest” by Ango Sakaguchi, which is the background of the

Represents dance installation performance.

The Japanese choreographer Emi Miyoshi borrows from this story the "unbearable silence" that she discovered in the landscape of Eastern Japan after the destruction by the tsunami in 2011. Even now, many people and valuable landscapes around the world are repeatedly being destroyed by catastrophes and wars. The "silence "After the destruction, the choreographer Emi Miyoshi would like to contrast life. In a paradoxical way, however, she is fascinated by this silence in which we rediscover our humanity across borders, cultures and times." MORINONAKA "is an experimental piece that differs from two sides Dance and the installation approach the motif "unbearable silence".