"COFFEE" Digest 2002
Feb. at Shinjuku Park Tower Hall, TOKYO
Jun. Fusion Festival in Berlin, Germany
Aug. at Thatere UEDA, NAGANO
Aug. at Roppongi Delux, TOKYO
Aug. Art Complex1928, KYOTO
Sep. "Tokyo Contemporary Dance 2002"
at Maison de la CultureJapon a Paris, France
at The Bangkok Play House, Thailand
at The Shiriram Center, Delhi, India
Jan. Japanese Contemporary Dance Showcase 2003, New York, U.S.
at Japan Society
Feb. "Yokohama Dance Collection" at Yokohama Land Mark Tower Hall
Apr. Yuri Dance Festival, Rotterdam, Netherland
Apr. 「Triple Bill Show Case Tour」
at Tanzhaus nrw, Dusseldorf, Germany
at Stadthalle Hagen, Germany
at Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
"COFFEE" Promotion 2018
at Yerba Buena Center for The Art, San Franciscoc
at The Dance Center, Chicago, U.S.
at Wexner Center for The Art, Columbus, U.S.
at Yokohama Red Brick Hall
Yokohama Dance Collection 2018 Openning Program
Choreographer : Mikuni Yanaihara
Video Projection : Keisuke Takahashi
Sound Director : Yuki Kato, Chikako Iwata, Satoshi Kamijo
Costume Designer : Mitsushi Yanaihara
Lighting Designer : Kai Takinoiri
Performers of COFFEE 2002ver.
Daisuke Ishidate, Teita Iwabuchi, Shigemi Uchida, Hiroyuki Seki, Mayu Takagi, Mihoko Tsurumi, Natsuko Tezuka, Noriko Fujise, Makoto Yazawa, Mikuni Yanaihara
Performers of COFFEE 2009ver.
出演： Anna Kuroda, Ayako Fukushima, Mariko Kasuya, Kohei Takahashi, Hiroyuki Seki
Performers of COFFEE 2018ver.
Yuki Kamimura, Takahshi Suzuki, Syota Tomono, Yoshiki Nobori, Natsumi Mase, Meiri Mochizuki, Kotaro Yagi
- Concept -
Memories inhabit the body and the body projects those memories. “When do we start to drink coffee, when do we reach adulthood?” This is the question the members of Nibroll asked seventeen years ago in Coffee, a work where they explore how the obscure boundaries of adulthood overlap with memories that do not fade away. Now, the story continues in a new piece that asks what the body remembers and what it forgets.
This piece presents the many “obscure boundaries” we unknowingly cross in our daily lives. We all cross boundaries without ever realizing it. Generally, these boundaries tend to be rather obscure. For example, coffee, something we were prevented from drinking when children…before we know it, we are gulping it down like many others do, yet we never do remember the first time we actually drank coffee. Just when did we break the obscure boundary of “Coffee” and graduate into the realm of adulthood? This piece fully explores the obscure, yet important boundaries that we all have to cross eventually.
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