BUTOH LAB CAMP (RUMANIA 2022JUL)

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La Ionel

¿qué ves cuando cierras los ojos?
¿qué sientes con tu piel?
¿que escuchas ahora mismo?
¿qué hueles?
¿quién eres?
Tu cuerpo esta individido y es perfecto

Durante BUTOH LAB CAMP redescubrimos nuestro cuerpo a través de danza y movimiento. Exploramos la libertad del momento presente. La guía y la presencia de 5 butokas nos dará la oportunidad de abrirnos a algo nuevo latente en nosotros, a experimentar la vacuidad de nuestro cuerpo y convertirnos juntos en un cuerpo unificado, una exhalación, una piedra o el sonido de un rio.

Butoh nos da la oportunidad de convertirnos en alguien o algo que existe en el terreno de lo desconocido. Haces un movimiento inconsciente, y de repente sientes lo que estás haciendo, te vuelves totalmente presente y te das cuenta de la unidad del universo en ese momento.

Todos podemos encontrar nuestro propio butoh. Nuestros profesores invitados, con basta experiencia, nos guiarán para llegar, no solo más cerca del butoh dentro de nosotros si no al que surge de ellos.

Clases: Desde 12 al 18 de Julio de 2022 (Llegada al espacio el día 11, salida el día 19).
Las clases se guiarán en INGLÉS.
Profesoras invitadas: Yuko Kaseki, Mari Osanai (Noguchi Taiso) , Shinichi Iova-Koga, Henriette Heinrichs y Matilde Javier Ciria.
Yumiko Yoshioka como supervisora (también dará una clase).
Cada día habrá 2 sesiones de 3 horas.

Localización: En Rumanía, en las montañas, al final de una pueblecito llamado Măguri-Răcătău, exactamente en las cabañas de La Ionel. Están equipadas con dormitorios comunes para entre 4 y 16 personas. Con 3 baños con duchas.
Contamos con un preciosos estudio de danza y una tienda junto al río, con su agua fría de las montañas. Rodeado de naturaleza salvaje con gran diversidad.

Transporte: Habrá dos transportes el día de llegada (11 de Julio) y en el día de salida (19 de Julio) desde la ciudad cercana, Cluj-Napoca (con aeropuerto internacional), hasta nuestras instalaciones, La Ionel.

Comida: Se serviran 3 comidas al día con opción vegetariana y vegana. Un día organizaremos una barbacoa y un fueguito para disfrutar juntos.

Precios:
-760€ Precio normal.
-660€ Precio reducido para un número limitado de estudiantes/bailarines.
Podemos ofrecer algunas becas a un número pequeño de personas con dificultades económicas, especialmente del este de europa.
Creemos que la solidaridad es importante, así que si puedes pagar la tasa completa te pedimos hacerlo. De esta manera contribuímos a hacer este evento accesible a participantes con dificultades económicas.
Podemos hospedar 30 participantes, distribuyendo las plazas por orden de inscripción.
Para registrarse es necesario pagar la mitad del coste del evento.
Cancelación: Es posible cancelar la participación hasta el 27 de Junio. Hasta esta fecha devolveremos el depósito a excepción de una tasa de inscripción de 100€. Después de esta fecha no se harán reembolsos.

Contacto: Agnes Madaras & Monica butohlabcamp@gmail.com


Butoh Lab Camp is waiting for you to express yourself and enjoy dancing together !

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About the teachers:

𝙔𝙪𝙠𝙤 𝙆𝙖𝙨𝙚𝙠𝙞
Is director, choreographer, Butoh dancer, performance artist, improviser and teacher, based in Berlin. She teaches and performs in solo and ensemble pieces and improvisations throughout 30 countries. These works are poetic and vivid images that incorporate the spirit of Butoh, performance and live art. Her performance aims to reflect the outsider’s existence.

𝙈𝙖𝙧𝙞 𝙊𝙨𝙖𝙣𝙖𝙞
Born in Aomori city, Japan in 1956, Mari trained in Ballet, Modern Dance and Jazz Dance at an early age. Later, she studied Tai Chi, Noguchi Taiso, Tsugaru Teodori, and learned from Mr. Hironobu Oikawa.
Noguchi Taiso and its philosophy had a great influence on Mari’s creation process, interweaving with her unique and complex movements. She has performed and taught workshops in Japan, Canada, USA, Greece and Germany.

𝙎𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙞𝙘𝙝𝙞 𝙄𝙤𝙫𝙖-𝙆𝙤𝙜𝙖
He is the Artistic Director of the Physical Theater and Dance company called inkBoat. The company has received five San Francisco Izzie awards and has toured in Europe, Asia and the USA. Shinichi’s approach to mobility, composition, feeling states and time stems from his experience with Daoist Internal Arts, Butoh Dance, Aikido, Improvisation and Noh Theater. He is certified to teach Action Theater, Qi Gong (by Lotus Nei Gong) and Yang Sheng Gong (by Wudang West).
Shinichi’s perceptions and aesthetic have been informed by long-term collaborations with Anna Halprin (Postmodern Dance), Ko Murobushi (Butoh Dance), Yuko Kaseki (Butoh Dance), Yumiko Yoshioka (Butoh Dance) and Ann Carlson (Contemporary Dance). His mentors include Ruth Zaporah (Improvisation) and Ralph Lemon (Contemporary Dance).
Shinichi teaches each year at ImpulsTanz in Vienna, independent workshops (live and online) and within University dance programs, most notably as a core faculty member at Mills College in California from 2009-2017, and at UC Davis as a Visiting Professor in 2014 and in 2022 as a Granada Artist in Residence. He has taught workshops at Bath University (U.K.), UC Riverside, UC Berkeley, SF State University, Stanford University, Experimental Theater Wing at NYU/Tisch, Texas Women’s University and others. He co-teaches the workshop “Dance on Land” and multi-month workshops with his wife Dana Iova-Koga. In addition, he is the editor of the book 95 Rituals, a tribute to Anna Halprin, and a contributing writer to The Routledge Companion to Butoh Performance.

𝙃𝙚𝙣𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙩𝙩𝙚 𝙃𝙚𝙞𝙣𝙧𝙞𝙘𝙝𝙨
Born in Germany in 1963, she became a visual artist at the age of 19, when she started making her own way in life with airbrush, costume- and stage-designs. She went on to attend the Etage School for Performing Arts (Etage Schule für darstellende Künste) in Berlin, where her studies included two years of Butoh-Dance training with Shanti Oyarzabal. For a number of years she was a student of Yumiko Yoshioka and Minako Seki , and during that period she also danced in their company, tatoeba-Théâtre Danse Grotesque (Berlin’s first ever Butoh dance company ). She has been teaching Butoh-Dance since 1990. At the same time, she had pursued her studies with many different teachers, including: Anzu Furukawa, Kazuo Ohno, Yoshito Ohno, Akaji Maro, Carlotta Ikeda, Ko Morobushi, and Atsushi Takenouchi, among others. As a professional choreographer, she has worked with the following Theaters: College of Hearts (Berlin), antagon theaterAKTion (Frankfurt), RAMM Theater (Schloss Bröllin).

𝙈𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙡𝙙𝙚 (𝙅𝙖𝙫𝙞𝙚𝙧 𝘾𝙞𝙧𝙞𝙖)
He was born in Murcia in 1979. He is a multidisciplinary artist. His work is based on stage creation and has the role of director, performer and teacher. His career turned to butoh in 2007. He is the organizer of two butoh festivals, Alma Negra FBI (11 different editions ’15-‘19, now in stand by due to the pandemic situation), A Butoh Pelao (’21), Kojoteki festival in Lugo (’12, ’13 & ’15), and many butoh workshops organized from 2010 until 2017 with Ten Pen Chii, Yumiko Yoshioka and Joachim Manger, also with Clownidoscopio, Theater Fueur Blau, Opera Ibiza, La fura dels baus, Batafurai, Theatre GötlicheSamen, Shahar Dor Company, noTchão and some others.
He is teaching movement and stage arts since 2005. He has taught in many festivals, Ex…it! Festival ’15 being a milestone in his butoh career. Using different stage and non-stage techniques which he learnt in his career, he aims to achieve different ways to face the essence of dance and of life itself.
Foremost he considers himself a communicator. matildecorp.com

𝙔𝙪𝙢𝙞𝙠𝙤 𝙔𝙤𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙤𝙠𝙖
Yumiko Yoshioka is a Japanese Butoh dancer and choreographer originally from Tokyo. Since 1988 she has been based in Berlin.
Yumiko was a former member of Ariadone in 1974, the first female Butoh company, founded by Carlotta Ikeda and Ko Murobushi. In 1978, she performed with Carlotta and Ko in Paris ” Le Dernier Eden- Porte de L’Au-Dela “, the very first Butoh performance to be presented in a public theater outside Japan. In 1988 she became a co-founder of tatoeba THÉÂTRE DANCE GROTESQUE with Minako Seki and delta RA’i in Berlin (1988 – 1996).
Between 1995 – 2015 she was a core member of TEN PEN CHii art labor, an interdisciplinary and experimental art formation as a dancer and a choreographer along with JoaXhim Manger (visual artist) and Zam Johnson (composer and musician) .
Since 1995 she has also set up various collaborative projects across Europe such as “eX…it!, Dance eXchange Festival” at Schloss Bröllin in Germany, dance projects with Gest-Azione, with Annalisa Maggiani from Italy; and dance creations with Rena Konstantaki from Greece.
Many other collaborations with international artists and dancers encouraged Yumiko to unfold her own personal style of dancing and choreography. www.yumiko-yoshioka.com

La Ionel

What do you see when you close your eyes?
What do you feel with your skin?
What do you hear now?
What do you smell now?
Who are you?
Your body is undivided and perfect.

During the Butoh Lab Camp we will rediscover our body, through dance and movement. We will explore the freedom of the present moment. The guidance and presence of six butoh teachers will give us the chance to open up to something new within us, to experience how to empty our body and to become together one unified body, one exhalation, one stone or the sound of the river.
Butoh gives you the opportunity to become someone or something from the field of the unknown. You make an unconscious movement, then suddenly you feel what you are doing, you become fully present and you realize the unity between the universe and the moment.

All of us can have our own butoh. Our invited teachers, with vast experience, will guide us to get closer not only to the butoh within us, but to the teachings of the Butoh Masters too.

𝘾𝙡𝙖𝙨𝙨𝙚𝙨: The Butoh Lab Camp will take place from the 12th to 18th of July 2022 (the arrival on the 11th July and the departure on the 19th July).
5 Butoh teachers are invited to teach: Yuko Kaseki, Mari Osanai (Noguchi Taiso) , Shinichi Iova-Koga, Henriette Heinrichs and Matilde Javier Ciria.
Yumiko Yoshioka is a supervisor (also gives a session).
Every day there will be 2 sessions of 3 hours each.

𝙇𝙤𝙘𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣: In Romania, in the mountains, at the end of a village called Măguri-Răcătău, at La Ionel cottage. The cottage is equipped with dormitory style beds and three toilets with showers. Also, there is a dance studio and a big tent next to a river, with its cold water flowing down the mountains. It is surrounded by the wild nature with great diversity, unchanged by man.
Transport: We will have one or two transports on the day of arrival (11th of July) and on the day of departure (19th of July) from Cluj-Napoca to La Ionel accommodation. The closest airport is in Cluj-Napoca.

𝙈𝙚𝙖𝙡𝙨: There will be three meals per day with vegetarian and vegan food. One day we will organize a barbecue and a campfire.

𝙋𝙧𝙞𝙘𝙚𝙨:
760 € standard price
660 € reduced price for a limited number of students/dancers/performers
We can offer an additional scholarship to a limited number of participants in financial difficulty, especially from Eastern Europe.
However, we believe solidarity is important, so if you can afford it, we kindly encourage you to pay the full price. In this way you contribute in making this camp accessible to more participants in financial difficulty.
The Butoh Lab Camp can host 30 participants. The places will be attributed on a first come, first served basis. The registration is confirmed when half of the fee is transferred.
𝘾𝙖𝙣𝙘𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣 is possible until the 27th of June. Until this date reimbursement of the deposit is possible, having to pay just the reservation fee of 100 euros. After this date no reimbursement is possible.

𝘾𝙤𝙣𝙩𝙖𝙘𝙩: Agnes Madaras, Monica butohlabcamp@gmail.com


Butoh Lab Camp is waiting for you to express yourself and enjoy dancing together !

———————————–
About the teachers:

𝙔𝙪𝙠𝙤 𝙆𝙖𝙨𝙚𝙠𝙞
Is director, choreographer, Butoh dancer, performance artist, improviser and teacher, based in Berlin. She teaches and performs in solo and ensemble pieces and improvisations throughout 30 countries. These works are poetic and vivid images that incorporate the spirit of Butoh, performance and live art. Her performance aims to reflect the outsider’s existence.

𝙈𝙖𝙧𝙞 𝙊𝙨𝙖𝙣𝙖𝙞
Born in Aomori city, Japan in 1956, Mari trained in Ballet, Modern Dance and Jazz Dance at an early age. Later, she studied Tai Chi, Noguchi Taiso, Tsugaru Teodori, and learned from Mr. Hironobu Oikawa.
Noguchi Taiso and its philosophy had a great influence on Mari’s creation process, interweaving with her unique and complex movements. She has performed and taught workshops in Japan, Canada, USA, Greece and Germany.

𝙎𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙞𝙘𝙝𝙞 𝙄𝙤𝙫𝙖-𝙆𝙤𝙜𝙖
He is the Artistic Director of the Physical Theater and Dance company called inkBoat. The company has received five San Francisco Izzie awards and has toured in Europe, Asia and the USA. Shinichi’s approach to mobility, composition, feeling states and time stems from his experience with Daoist Internal Arts, Butoh Dance, Aikido, Improvisation and Noh Theater. He is certified to teach Action Theater, Qi Gong (by Lotus Nei Gong) and Yang Sheng Gong (by Wudang West).
Shinichi’s perceptions and aesthetic have been informed by long-term collaborations with Anna Halprin (Postmodern Dance), Ko Murobushi (Butoh Dance), Yuko Kaseki (Butoh Dance), Yumiko Yoshioka (Butoh Dance) and Ann Carlson (Contemporary Dance). His mentors include Ruth Zaporah (Improvisation) and Ralph Lemon (Contemporary Dance).
Shinichi teaches each year at ImpulsTanz in Vienna, independent workshops (live and online) and within University dance programs, most notably as a core faculty member at Mills College in California from 2009-2017, and at UC Davis as a Visiting Professor in 2014 and in 2022 as a Granada Artist in Residence. He has taught workshops at Bath University (U.K.), UC Riverside, UC Berkeley, SF State University, Stanford University, Experimental Theater Wing at NYU/Tisch, Texas Women’s University and others. He co-teaches the workshop “Dance on Land” and multi-month workshops with his wife Dana Iova-Koga. In addition, he is the editor of the book 95 Rituals, a tribute to Anna Halprin, and a contributing writer to The Routledge Companion to Butoh Performance.

𝙃𝙚𝙣𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙩𝙩𝙚 𝙃𝙚𝙞𝙣𝙧𝙞𝙘𝙝𝙨
Born in Germany in 1963, she became a visual artist at the age of 19, when she started making her own way in life with airbrush, costume- and stage-designs. She went on to attend the Etage School for Performing Arts (Etage Schule für darstellende Künste) in Berlin, where her studies included two years of Butoh-Dance training with Shanti Oyarzabal. For a number of years she was a student of Yumiko Yoshioka and Minako Seki , and during that period she also danced in their company, tatoeba-Théâtre Danse Grotesque (Berlin’s first ever Butoh dance company ). She has been teaching Butoh-Dance since 1990. At the same time, she had pursued her studies with many different teachers, including: Anzu Furukawa, Kazuo Ohno, Yoshito Ohno, Akaji Maro, Carlotta Ikeda, Ko Morobushi, and Atsushi Takenouchi, among others. As a professional choreographer, she has worked with the following Theaters: College of Hearts (Berlin), antagon theaterAKTion (Frankfurt), RAMM Theater (Schloss Bröllin).

𝙈𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙡𝙙𝙚 (𝙅𝙖𝙫𝙞𝙚𝙧 𝘾𝙞𝙧𝙞𝙖)
He was born in Murcia in 1979. He is a multidisciplinary artist. His work is based on stage creation and has the role of director, performer and teacher. His career turned to butoh in 2007. He is the organizer of two butoh festivals, Alma Negra FBI (11 different editions ’15-‘19, now in stand by due to the pandemic situation), A Butoh Pelao (’21), Kojoteki festival in Lugo (’12, ’13 & ’15), and many butoh workshops organized from 2010 until 2017 with Ten Pen Chii, Yumiko Yoshioka and Joachim Manger, also with Clownidoscopio, Theater Fueur Blau, Opera Ibiza, La fura dels baus, Batafurai, Theatre GötlicheSamen, Shahar Dor Company, noTchão and some others.
He is teaching movement and stage arts since 2005. He has taught in many festivals, Ex…it! Festival ’15 being a milestone in his butoh career. Using different stage and non-stage techniques which he learnt in his career, he aims to achieve different ways to face the essence of dance and of life itself.
Foremost he considers himself a communicator. matildecorp.com

𝙔𝙪𝙢𝙞𝙠𝙤 𝙔𝙤𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙤𝙠𝙖
Yumiko Yoshioka is a Japanese Butoh dancer and choreographer originally from Tokyo. Since 1988 she has been based in Berlin.
Yumiko was a former member of Ariadone in 1974, the first female Butoh company, founded by Carlotta Ikeda and Ko Murobushi. In 1978, she performed with Carlotta and Ko in Paris ” Le Dernier Eden- Porte de L’Au-Dela “, the very first Butoh performance to be presented in a public theater outside Japan. In 1988 she became a co-founder of tatoeba THÉÂTRE DANCE GROTESQUE with Minako Seki and delta RA’i in Berlin (1988 – 1996).
Between 1995 – 2015 she was a core member of TEN PEN CHii art labor, an interdisciplinary and experimental art formation as a dancer and a choreographer along with JoaXhim Manger (visual artist) and Zam Johnson (composer and musician) .
Since 1995 she has also set up various collaborative projects across Europe such as “eX…it!, Dance eXchange Festival” at Schloss Bröllin in Germany, dance projects with Gest-Azione, with Annalisa Maggiani from Italy; and dance creations with Rena Konstantaki from Greece.
Many other collaborations with international artists and dancers encouraged Yumiko to unfold her own personal style of dancing and choreography. www.yumiko-yoshioka.com

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