Spotlight on Carlotta Ikeda [electronic resource] / Fabrice Levillain, director ; Oxymore Productions, Kiosque.
- [Place of publication not identified] : Oxymore Productions : Kiosque, 
- Clefs du choréographe.
Les clefs du choréographe
1 online resource (1 video file (1 hr., 32 min.)) : sound, color.
- Ikeda, Carlotta.
Ballet -- Production and direction.
- Internet videos.
- In French.
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- Encounter with the Japanese choreographer Carlotta Ikeda, through one of her works, Waiting. Attributed to Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno, Butoh is a dance born in Japan in the 1960's. Avant-gardist, influenced by expressionism, absurd, and surrealism, Butoh emerged as an anti-establishment dance form in the traumatized post-war Japanese society. The movements are often minimalistic, conceptual and poetic, though no rule hinders the choreographer in his artistic expression. The Japanese choreographer Carlotta Ikeda has taken part in this choreographic movement since the 1970's with the group Dairakudakan, before founding her own company, Ariadone, with Kô Murobushi. Through the show Waiting, a ballet for a soloist dancer drawing its inspiration from a novel by Marguerite Duras and premiered in 1996, this documentary draws the portrait of the Japanese choreographer and butoh dancer Carlotta Ikeda.
- Carlotta Ikeda, choreographer, interviewee.
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- Levillain, Fabrice, film director.
Ikeda, Carlotta, choreographer, interviewee.
Oxymore (Firm), production company.
Kiosque (Firm), production company.
- Container of: Waiting (Choreographic work : Ikeda). Selections.
- Access Restriction:
- Restricted for use by site license.
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