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Nibroll “The World has Shrunk, and Only a Certain Fact Remains”

  • Events
  • August 10 - 13, 2016
  • Inujima Seirensho Art Museum

About the event

Having staged numerous performances inside and outside Japan, Nibroll’s next work unfolds on the island of Inujima, which is located in Japan’s Inland Sea. It once had a flourishing industry in smelting and quarrying, and was reportedly home to about 5,000 people at its height. Today, however, it has only a little over 40 residents. The performance is staged on the former site of a power station left on the island as if to symbolize the positive and negative sides of the times. It explores the past and future of Inujima, and the shape of the new world, through the medium of body. It is the first outdoor performance by Nibroll since “see / saw,” which the company staged at the Art Festival of the Earth Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale in 2012.

 

Concept

Can this hand reach the world? How can this body that only moves now at this time convey to you the sliver of a span in which that person lived? The facts of an instant are not caught by the eye and cannot be properly portrayed by something like words. A landscape is lost by words and, as might be expected, by silence, too. The world changes in too short of a time, and thought can no longer keep abreast of its pace. We shall wait here for the emergence of facts beyond our imagination, from things, from lines, from time, and from body.

Ticket information

Tickets
Advance : 4000 yen
Student : 3000 yen
Door : 4500 yen
Door Student : 3500 yen

Ticket on Sale : 25, June(Sat)

Venue

Inujima Seirensho Art Museum

327-4 Inujima, Higashi-ku, Okayama, Japan 704-8153

Schedule

Date : 10 (Wed), 11 (Thu/Holiday), 12 (Fri), 13 (Sat), August 2016
Doors Open : 18:30 / Start : 19:00(Performance duration:about 1 hour)

Credits

Choreograph/Direction
Mikuni Yanaihara
Video Projection/Lighting
Keisuke Takahashi
Music
SKANK
Performers
Emi Oyama
Fumiko Ishigaki
Joanna Faith Tan
LIU Jia-Rui(Century Contemporary Dance Company)
Produced by
Nibroll、Fukutake Foundation
Supported by
Japan Arts Fund
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