DIMANCHE ROUGE PRESENTS EXPERIMENTAL DANCE PERFORMANCES AND INTRODUCTORY BUTOH WORKSHOP – 26-27/07/2013

Dimanche Rouge explores contemporary, experimental dance with performances on July 26th, followed by an interactive, Butoh workshop on July 27th at the Plateforme gallery. Inari Salmivaara will open up the performances on Friday at 8pm, followed by Magy Ganiko along with collaborating artist Elodie Salatko.

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The workshop will take place Saturday from 4pm-6pm, led by Magy Ganiko, and will initiate participants into the diverse range of activities, techniques, and interpretations of Butoh performance. Butoh is a conceptually based genre of dance and movement developed by Japanese dance legends Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno, whose work aimed to subvert conventional notions of dance in Japan. Registration is required. Please send an e-mail to drepworkshops@gmail.com in order to register.

Inari Salmivaara is a Finnish performance artist who approaches a wide scale of subjects by mixing different artistic languages and committing to specific, situational conditions. Salmivaara currently lives and works in Paris where she is in residence in Mains d’oeuvres.
www.inarisalmivaara.blogspot.com

Magy Ganiko was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to parents originating from Okinawa, Japan. Ganiko integrates Latin and Japanese traditions that draw from his experiences in dance, theatre, music and cinema, generating rare and captivating experimental performances.
http://www.magy-ganiko.com

DIMANCHE ROUGE EXPERIMENTAL PERFORMANCES
Performances: July 26th, 8pm, Free Admission
Butoh Workshop: July 27th, 4pm-6pm, 10 Euros
@ Plateforme
73 rue des Haies, 75020 Paris

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