2004. Feb. at SHINJUKU Park Tower Hall, Tokyo, JAPAN
2004. Oct. at The Kitchin, New York, U.S.

"The Mori Art Museum Contemporary Award"
2004. Oct. "ROPPONGI Crossing" at MORI Art Museum, Tokyo


Choreographer : Mikuni Yanaihara
Video Projection : Keisuke Takahashi
Sound Director : Yuki Kato, SKANK, Satoshi Kamijo, Yo Funahashi
Costume Designer : Mitsushi Yanaihara
Lighting Designer : Kai Takinoiri
Set Designer : Keitaro Hisano

Performers :
Tomomitsu Adachi, Daisuke Ishidate, Reiko Inage, Chikako Iwata,
Mayu Takagi, Sonoko Fujii, Masako Yasumoto, Mikuni Yanaihara

Flyer design : Keiko Itakura

- Concept -

Generally, the word “simple” is used for cutting down and scraping things off. For example, it is like dry flowers… The lively beauty of the flowers is still there with all the memories infiltrated, and yet,the existences of the flowers are carcasses. They are not “dead flowers”, but they are “flowers that will never wither". For example, pack of wild animals that are well honed to survive.There are no leaders that decide their directions, but rather the pack changes its direction by one of them with no individuality suddenly sense something and moving towards another direction. It is the moment when that first one begins its movement in search for something, and flowing into that direction.


- Review -

「Cultural Clashes as Physical Haiku」ANNA KISSELGOFF + New York Times

- Exhibition -

"ROPPONGI Crossing" at MORI Art Museum, Tokyo , 2004
"The Mori Art Museum Contemporary Award"

New York Times Nov.5.2004

- Credit -

Hair & Makeup : nozomi
Stage Manager : Tomohiro Yokoo
photography : Nobutaka Sato

Presented by Nibroll
Supported by Japan Arts Council

Producer : Tkaeshi Ito, Naomi Sano


- Archive Site -

+ 2004 RHIZOME, New York

+ 2004 ARTE SIX, New York

- Works -

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