Internationally acclaimed Mushimaru Fujieda will over three days be giving lectures in his personal interpretation of Butoh, which he calls ‘Tennen Nikutai Shi’ [Natural Physical Poetry] – a term inspired by his collaborations with Allen Ginsberg. His methods open the channels of creativity and encourages potential in movement improvisation, allowing you to interpret in your own form.

Where: Trauma Bar und Kino, Berlin, Germany

When: 11th, 12th, 13th of June

Deadline for applications: 10th of June

Fujieda hails from Aichi, in central Japan, where he originally worked as an actor, producer, writer, and director. Following his work with the avantgarde theatre ‘Ishiha’ in Osaka as well as the solo performance unit ‘Mushimaru Dokugi’, he formed the Butoh dance group ‘The Physical Poets’ in 2002. He has performed and shared his teaching for more than 20 years all over the world.

The workshop takes place in our inclusive space and is open to movers of any experience levels and age.

For pre-registration please send an email to kontakt@traumabarundkino.de

Costs for participants: Single day: 25€ All three days: 70€

Contact details: June 11th, 11.00-16.00
June 12th, 11.00-16.00
June 13th, 11.00-16.00 [including workshop presentation starting at 14.00]

Trauma Bar und Kino, Heidestr. 50, 10557 Berlin

For further information, please visit www.traumabarundkino.de

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