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 Highlights of 2nd India Resonant Butoh Tour
6 March, 2015

Highlight of India Rhizoming tour 2015

India Rhizoming tour brought so many unexpected harvests.
The most unexpectd one is what I could become myself again, or what I was reborn again. And many novel methods were found out. Many new projects were generated. All of them will become new contents of the Subbody Resonance Butoh School 2015 and our multi-layered new activities.



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Maharashtra
Pune
 
 
3 March, 2015

"Healing with Deformity" -- Pure Life resonance of an article of Indian newspaper

There were many newspapers came to interview for our collaborative butoh performances in Pune.
Generally, their attitude was sincere to understand somehow "Butoh" which came from different cultures they do not know well.
Among them, especially an article titled "Healing with Deformity" was full of deep understanding and resonance.

Healing with Deformity


J
apanese artist Rhizome Lee's performance of Butoh, an art form that evolved after the Holocaust, explored the concept of beauty hidden behind layers of grotesque make-up.

AASHAY KHANDEKAR

It WAS A sight to remember. The eyes of spectators
stayed glued to the Butoh dancers who crawled in a
hyper-controlled demeanor, with their intimidating
make-up intensifying the mystery and tension in the air,
which was slithering in-between pauses of shallow
breaths. As if bewitched by a spell, for nearly an hour,
nobody moved from their place, making the act,
Resonating to the Last Echoes, performed by Rhizome Lee
and his students from Subbody Resonance Butoh School in
Dharamsala, one of the most enthralling performances at
the ongoing Pune Biennale.

Butoh, as an art form, was originally invented to
vent out the emotions after the holocaust of Hiroshima
and Nagasaki in World WarⅡ. Modified and taught by Lee
in the holy land of Himalayas for last 20 years, he
brought it to the city on Friday at Deccan College, in a
collaboration with two installation artists from the
city, as his performance weaved the installation art
work as a part of the "healing" process.
The installation artists include Snehal Kulkarni
Dutt, who displayed her work 'Gone To Grass' along with
collaborator Rucha Kulkarni, who brought a mysterious
dimension to the installation with her aboriginal
sculpture of Indian diety along with mirrors.
Explaining the concept behind the performance, which
was carried out in an extreme and absurd looking
environment, Lee said, "Subbody Butoh is generally
considered as an art form that helps to heal the body,
mind and spirit. In the process of exploring and
creating movement, a practitioner often encounter
his/her physical and emotional blockages. In this
particular installation, we tried to show the complexity
of human beings in comparison with the simplicity of
trees."
Lee has derived the word Subbody from two different
word--subconscious and body. "In the realm of the
subconscious, away from the boundary of ego and daily
consciousness, our mind and body melt into oneness and
create a world completely different from what we
encounter daily," says Lee. The new world formed by Lee
and his fellow dancers in the periphery of 20 meters is
also a challenge posed to the defined concepts of beauty
and wellness.
Throwing light on the rebellious nature of the
performance, Lee said, "After the World WarⅡ, many
people in Japan were born with deformities. The after-
effects of the nuclear blunder were devastating.
However, during the same time, people in the Eastern
countries started realising that the concept of beauty
is not the one defined by Western thought. The true
beauty lies in the beauty of mind and soul, which is hwy
the dance was performed with grotesque make-up."
Talking about her contribution n the installation,
Dutt said, "I wanted to explore a sense of entanglement
in changing times through the rots. When I met rhizome
for the first time through a common friend, who was his
student in Dharamsala, we came up with collaboration
idea." Kulkarni, on the other hand, had a different
point of view. "The purpose behind the idol was to show
the interdependence of 'prakriti and purush',as
described in the ancient texts. The mirrors created an
optical illusion as people thought it was water," she
says.
To create the installation, the artists had to work
for more than four weeks. Expressing his joy at the
success of the event, Lee said, "I performed at the
first time. This was also the first time we worked in
collaboration with installation artists.
I wish to
perform the same act in collaboration with these artists
in Japan in 2017.
Subbody Butoh's next performance will
take place at the Kala Choda Arts Festival in Mumbai
next week.


See the newspaper

Yes, we danced many entangled, twisted, broken and deformed subbody=cobodies.
Because, subbodies are hidden in the darkness of body with shrunken, twisted shapes for many years.
Moreover, we danced the Rhizome-like chaos which are transforming and flowing while entangling beyond self and others.
The space-time has changed completely by becoming oneness with the installation by Snehal which amplified the degree of Rhizome of natural Banyan tree.
But, to write the article entitled "Healing with Deformity", it must be necessary that something was moved or changed in the reporter's darkness of body by looking at our performance.
How straightforward word of pure Life resonance it is!
I was surprised at such a honest soul the press has.
Such a straight word must be impossible in Japanese or Western newspaper which was stained by stereotype for butoh, and looking away from their ugly things inside of them.
It is so happy that there is lurking hopes still in India.
But we are not afford to have remained only in India.
We have to polish further the impact force of "Butoh Rhizome" that was found through the India Rhizoming tour, and we shall be re-landing on Europe and Japan some day.
Have a fun on that day!

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Mumbai
 
28 February, 2015

Donna and cobody at Mumbai Beach

We met Donna and Alon of Banstho group at Mumbai, and Donna performed at the beach. Participants of Mumbai workshop and Lee joined in. It became the beautiful ending of the three months India Rhizoming tour.
Thank you everybody! See you again!
The second India tour of next winter will be in South India, around Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Kerala, and so on. To get many new warm connections is one of the most beautiful harvest of the tour.
We shall came back.


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21 February, 2015

Rhizoming workshop in Mumbai

In Mumbai Lakshika Pandey organized an advanced workshop. It was the last workshop of the India Rhizoming tour, then I integrated all new findings of the three months tour.
How is it possible for us to take off the daily human, and become Rhizome?
We stop daily thinking and judgement, and listen to the darkness of body. It is non-dual and multi-dimensional resonance of Qualia. When we follow it by whole body, we can be subbody=cobody.
They are hidden in the darkness of body with various shrunk, bended, entangled conditions.
We tried to find the optimum space and timing for subbody-cobody to come out.
-Dancing between, behind of the people,
-Entangled each other and slipping through, passing through.
Through this new method, so many interesting subbody=cobody came out, in spite of very short time as only for two days.
-Bottom bodies
-Stone bodies
-Vaporized bodies
-Hidden bodies
-Proto bodies
-Animal bodies
-Plants bodies
-and so on...

The workshop brought so rich harvest for everybody.
I realized that the temporary distinction of subbody and cobody which was bound by dualistic thinking of mine was disturbed the coming out of them for long time.
These methods above are the one of the most important awarness of the three months tour.
All particpants could realized them obediently, though some of them had met so strange creature and not-me and felt scary or strange to encounter them first time.
If you like to deepen it, Welcome to Himalaya!
You can learn how to overcome it, and go further!
Everybody of Mumbai!
Thank you very much!



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10 February, 2015

Mumbai workshop
Ms. Lakshika Pandey who organized Syv's workshop, organizes Lee's Subbody Butoh Workshop in Mumbai, too. 15th-16th Feb. Thank you very much!

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18 February, 2015

”This is the Butoh Rhizome"! in Pune

Co-butou performance in installation of Snehal became worthy to the final of three months India Rhizoming tour.
Banyan trees that extend the stem, roots and aerial roots indefinitely are already storng Rhizome, and the network of the new roots and aerial roots created by Snehal was deepened the Rhizome.
And further bodies of rhizoming dancers transformed with connecting and separating freely, developed it to multi-llayered and non-dual demension. We could realize the "This is the Rhizome".
So far it is the first successful creation that is able to call "This is the Butoh Rhizome!" in the history.
Rhizome is a contemporary form to explore the human future that will be released from the Tree = Hierarchical order of thinking and behavior pattern which modern humans have been trapped.
It would be obvious if you can look at the pictures than say much. Further an excellent video by Varun will be edited and uploaded soon. Have fun!

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Pune Mirror 14 Feb. 2015
14 February, 2015

14, Feb. 2015

Rhizoming performance in Pune

The performance in Snehal’s instaration became increadible true rhizoming world which we have never created.
Because, The space itself was already rhizome by five Baniyan trees which have compricated bodies, roots, air roots and she extended many roots by raice straw. We six dancers also transformed it to rhizoming bodies in diverse ways.
Human bodies became roots and they connected to air roots or other human bodies flexibly.
Yotally, we co-created the real Rhizoming world together.
Thank you Snehal, varun Rucha, Honza, Anneri, Chandni, Janhavi, Katya, Sopan, many suporters and audience.
We shall come back Pune surely and co-create much deeper Rhizome again!


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 "Gone To Grass" Snehal Dott
11 February, 2015

Inspiring to the Rhizoming Roots by Snehal!


I was so surprised to see the new instalation for Pune Biennale by Ms.Snehal who collaborated last year with Ankur and Agu.
It was the true world of Rhizome.
She connected new roots made by rice straw to five Baniyan trees in the campus.
The extention roots connect to the roots and air roots, sometimes it digs into the ground and comes out from another place.
Though my legs was hurt and not sure to able to dance in Pune, but the moment when I met it, the pain has disappeared at moment.
As if I did not dance there, I must not be Rhizome Lee.
At the night, my subbodies did not sleep till morning and continued to create new images of rhizoming dance.
The workshop of Pune is going well, and on the last day, we, with Honza, Anneri and participants of workshop will co-create a dance piece which is "This is the Rhizome!"
Not only that, a new dream came out which I want to bring it to the Japan Rhizoming tour 2017 with Snehal and husband photographer Varun together and co-create it again as the growing up form.
Now, we don't have any certain financial plan, but when we long it strongly, some help must come out, I believe so. Hope someone shall appear to support us in 2017.



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Jarkhand
Jamdhi
 
31 January, 2015

"Zeami" of India

We moved from Kolkata to the west, a village called Jamudi of Jarkhand.

We visited the house of the master of traditional mask dance "Chhau" .
Their dance group was established by Mr. Shree Sudhir Kumar in 1971.
The main choreography was integrated the traditional dance froms of Jamdhi and fixed by him and many times foregn performance tours including twice of Japan tour(1984, 1998). Now the son Mr. Adhar Kumar guides the group as the assistant director.
We stayed for 8 days in their costume house , and watched their practice in every evening.

Time slip of Millennium

We participated in the Chhau festival that took place in the neighboring village square continued from midnight until the morning.
Dance performance field was brocked by bamboo, and audience seats were made by laying a rice straw.
While I was watching a sympathetic resonance with young and old village people and dacers, I was experienced a time slip of thousand years.
Because, It was a competition style by two chhau groups as same as the old Japanese performance style in Kan'ami, Zeami's age when the Noh dance was established by them.
Kan'ami had integrated the various styles of local traditional dances, Sarugaku(acrobatic monkey dance) and Dengaku (farm dance) etc.
In front of me, it has spread a scene and landscape as if beyond Millennium as the same as old Japanese rice farmers village.

The characteristic of Chhau dance is a big mask and acrobatic skill of rotation in the air, it is unique in India.
Indeed, when we watched their practice, the airial technique was remarkable for us, because so small boy around 7 years old could do it well. But, in the real performance with full costume, the biggest surprise was Mr. Adhar's solo.
He performed the Shiva and Krishina god.
He became the god, and showed so elegant and skilful steps.
I could see the double focused image on him, as if Kan'ami and Zeami in Muromache era were performing in front of me.
He seemed to reach the range of the beauty of "Yugen (subtle and profound)" that Zeami established.
Then in Adhar's solo, the acrobatic technique was reduced into minimum, and focused on the elegant steps as the god.
Acrobatic dance is easy to catch a glance, but if only it, audience might become tired.
The father Kan'ami edited the various traditional techniques, and the son, Zeami tried further reduction of them many times.

It also overlaped for me with the history of Butoh, Tatsumi Hijikata reduced all the the tricks of brute force, and crystallized the final form of "Weakened body butoh".

Zeami said in young age as the following, in his text of "two songs, three bodies".

"Dynamic movement is mainly by force, and not elegance. But, if we find the best timing, sometimes it surprises and moves audience mind, though we must never try it twice in one performance."
The dynamic movement was affirmed with a condition.
But, in his late ages, he denied it completely.

How their Chau dance will develop and deepen?
I dreamt that some day they shall polish their own beauty, and their existence may become threatening Japanese Noh dance, someday.

Anyway, I could recommend strongly Japanese people must see it. We can learn a lot of things, especially, how an art develop from the most primitive local art to the international art.

And at the same time I was facing about my butoh.
Where are you going?
What the Life want to do most?

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West Bengal
 
30 January, 2015

India Rhizoming tour part2, West Bengal Highlight

The second part of India Rhizoming tour is over with so rich Harvest of "Oneness". After this we separate into many small groups or alone wolf and spread to all India with new participants; Jarkhand, Oriissa, Auroville, Bangalore, Chennai, Kerala, Pune and Mumbai. Though to introduce all of them will be very late. Now most of core members are facing own edges or Abyss by alone. Hope to get pass through safely and find novel secret, mystery and flower.




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Kenduli
 
23 January, 2015

Baul music has passing through the body like crazy wind

Baul means 'crazy', 'air' or 'wind'. It has over 500 years of tradition in Bengal. Baul musicians has unique belief to abandon the world, and not belong any established religion, temple and caste system, they believe that our body is God itself.
It was also the famous poet Tagor's background.
Baul is not only music and poetry, they have so unique view point that breaks away from those conventional habits.
The Kenduli Mela(Festival) was so huge scale, gathered the hundreds of buses from Bengal around, the audience went up to tens of thousands.
Young and old sang and listened intently.
Most of concerts continued with loudspeakers over night.
But, a few group that respect the tradition, without using electricity and speakers.
They resonated together in small groups of which surrounds the only light of a candle, they seemed to choose a way to focus on the release of the soul.
Baul is a pure resonant music.
When one person starts to sing and play intrument,
fellow co-create the one resonant music with each traditional instrument.
It was so similar to our Nomad Rhizome and free resonance way of co-creation.
Strangely, in its Baul group which I liked the most, four Japanese girls were their members.
I interviewed history to one of them.
She said,
"I came India to reconsider my way of life after the Tohoku Earthquake, and encountered the charm of Baul, now for three years studying it, because we can study all of India in one place, here."
It would be a special space-time that can experience much deeply.
Both of the way of Baul who abandoned this world, and Butoh to become Shisha (dead) and transform everything, have something familiar.
It was unexpected encounter.
I was let the baul music pass through to each part of body earnestly in different ways.
Passing through every single spinal cord, joint, muscle, and inner organ, in a variety of ways for two night.
After overnight, my body became extremely free as transparent body. A person who was looking at me, said I was seemed to have entered a transformer.
In reference to this experience, in the next semester's class, I will try to find a novel method of conditioning, using the Indian music, including Baul.
It was so nice experience for me that my body could open novel window.


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Kolkata
 
15 January, 2015

Collaborative performance "Oneness"
at Kolkata

On 11th Junuary, we could co-create a collaborative performance at at the Proscenium Art Centre in Kolkata.
The performance became real 'Oneness" amazingly!
It was intrduced on the website of bongrong.com as the following; with titled


"Beauty of Pain"

The Arshinagar Project, launched in 2011 by Arka Mukhopadhyay,brings together artists from different countries and disciplines. The inter-cultural exchange and experimentation result in free-spirited performances at unconventional locations. One such captivating performance, led by Butoh master Rhizome Lee was held at the Proscenium Art Centre on 11th January, 2015, in collaboration with artists from India, Japan, France and Mexico.

Butoh, a type of Japanese dance theatre, portrays life by drawing inspiration from the darkness of the body and its natural surroundings. Master Rhizome Lee who was a student of Akiko Motofuji, wife of Tatsumi Hijikata, who is considered to be the Originator of Butoh,has been practicing the art for the last 30 years. Through his spectacular performance at the Proscenium Art Centre, he has tried to portray the massacre of his friends at the anti-Vietnam War movement. The stones that he used as props are representations of those lost souls whom he wishes to awaken.Having performed in more than 20 countries, he came to Kolkata for the first time and was content with the response of the Kolkata audience.

An international Butoh workshop under the guidance of master Rhizome Lee was also organized by The Arshinagar Projectin association with the Subbody Resonance Butoh School Himalaya. The workshop washeld at Tepantar Theatre Village, Satkahuniya,West Bengal from January 5th – 9th, 2015. The workshop, together with the performance at the Proscenium Art Centre, was entitled ‘Oneness’.

It takes a strong stomach to watch a Butoh performance and it takes an even stronger heart to perform Butoh. In one word, it is ‘dark’ and mostly bears testimony to the natural and man-made disasters that Japan has endured for centuries. The movements are not only physically demanding but also extremely intense. What makes this Japanese dance theatre unconventional is the beauty arising out of pain.


http://www.bongrong.com/buzz/butoh-the-beauty-of-pain-2/



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Shantiniketan
 
18 January, 2015

Each one integrated a subbody solo

In the end of the Shantiniketan workshop, all participants integrated own subbody as a solo.
Based on this work we can co-created the performance 'Oneness" in Kolkata.



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13 January, 2015

We met a "Hijikata boy" in the village

The theater village is located in a rice farm village in
Shantiniketa. It was as same as old Japanese rice farm village that Hijikata Tatsumi wrote in his book "Sick Dancing Princess".
Children played on the mad road as the creator of their own kingdom of them, digging tonnels, making roads and town.
We met the 'Hijikata boy' which he wrote, "I might be aiming to fabriciate a fake things with watching a worm moving on the kitchin sink." . He could open increadible infinite creativity and originality.
Yes, I want let students meet them who were not bound by anything, and shining as Hijikata wrote "brightness as just living as Life"
Butoh was born in a such as inifinite free creativity.
We played with them to make tunnels as rhizome that was connected underground, made bridges, road, buildings, we could forget the time and space.
After that, I noticed that we need to change the concept of the world, because we are too much bound by the only modern infomational world image. But the real world on the planet has such a rich brightness of Life.



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Oneness Workshop in Shantiniketan

Wrkshop was held at the theater village in Shantiniketan.
It was a beautiful town of the Tagor International University. The meaning of "Shanti-ni-ketan" is "Country of Peace" which is based on the famonus poet Tagor's idea of 'Oneness f Life".
Tagore wrote a poem in between life and death.
He thpoght that the death was to become a larger one Life.
I felt deep synchronisity with subbody resonance butoh method, because also we take off the "human", which is divided by small individuals and countries, and try to become a Life.
I read the poem of Tagore that were in the bookcase of
Calcutta Japanese inn Santana,
I felt that it is great predecessors of what we are doing.
Also in the workshop, we share each one's hopes, problems and what each one wants most to do as usual.
To become "Oneness Life" means to receive other people's problems, pains as our own.
We danced in listening to the Oneness of Life, listening to inside half and outside half, to be Transparent Life for one week.
End of workshop we had collaborative performances in Shntiniketan and another theater in Kolkata. We could co-create a beautiful One world with infinite diversity.

The theater village was in a local village that same
landscape with Japanese rice fields spread.
We dance in and out of the theater village, we were
interacting with local villagers and children. Later we will introduce it.

 

International Butoh Workshop in Shantiniketan

International #Butoh Workshop by #RhizomeLee
5-9th Jan, 2015
at #Shantiniketan, #WestBengal.
Organized y The Arshinagar Project

Rajasthan
 
India Rhzoming tour 1 Rajasthan Highlight 
1 January, 2015

Happy New Year from India Rhizoming tour

We spread into small group after Jodhpur.
Some f them continued to travel to the desert of Jaisalmer or Ociyan, some of them moved to south, Kalnataka, we will spend the New Year at various places, and will meet at Kolkata in Jan, or Mumbai in Feb.
Some of them went abroad, and will come back the Subbody school next year.
To separate flexiblly and connect freely is Rhizome.
To accept everything noncharansly and find best resonance pattern in it is Life.
An old student, Anneri from Norway will join us at Sundarban in middle of Jan, 2015.
Welcome!


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31 December, 2014

Dancing in the 'Blue City', Jodhpur

We arrived at Jodhpur after ten days camel caravan.
There is a big old fort in the center of the city.
We danced around the lake, in the blue house, and on the huge rock.


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29 December, 2014

Dancing in the Dry Lake

We found a dynamc landscape of dried up lake in the way of caravan.
We danced there in the evening and next morning with the Sun rise.



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28 December, 2014

How to resonate with Tribe people

When we met Rabari tribe people, every core member tried to resonate with them in various way.
Devanjalle talk with them by hindhu to explain what we are doing, Honza and Alon danced Butoh and played flute directly, young female dancers showed Rajasthan dance with Camel rider woman, Pamela delvered sweet dry fruits to children.
The most catchy performance was Wodico, she has 15 years experence of street performance and crown. It had most primitive mime of human, to catch, carry, fail, be attacked, escape, run away, copy children's movement with comical gestures. When she performed it, tribal children enjoyed a lot.
This was the real time training of Life Resonance. How deep fear they feel against outer world and invisible world. How can we share it, and with what Jo-Ha-Kyu we need to approach them, we learned a lot from this first encounter with tribal people.



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24 December, 2

Meeting Rabari tribe people

On the fourth day of the camel caravan, we visited a settlement of Rabari tribe people.
They were pure nomad, and now settle at each places.
The settlement was around a dozen houses with many small children. Camel rider said that at first we should sit and talk together, and see what will happen. But some of dancers suddenly started dancing in strange ways. Most of them surprized and children scared
. We shared their deep fear against the outer world and invisible world. Then we sat and talked together.
Their typical charasterisitic is women's traditional fashion. They said when a woman married, she wears arm ring and tatoo.
It might be a good chance to stay at the close place with them, and slowly become freind. But camel man said their are many settlements on the way to Ocyan, we left the settlement and proceed the caravan. We didn't know this small misjudgement would bring an unfotunate accidient on a member, at this time.



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23 December, 2

Camel Caravan Starts!

"Memories begin from a country of sand
What is unale to remind begins from the country of sand , too"


--- It is a poem that has been sent from my old freind, poet Mikiro Sasaki decades ago.
For some reason, it had been stuck on the bottom of my heart, but I have not expected that I actually come to the country of sand.

In the land of just sand, what subbody which I could not remember would come crawl out from the darkness of body?
We started the Camel Caravan from Pushkar toward Jodhpur with 4 camels 3 karts, 6 camel riders and 15 core memers planed for 10 days.
The 2nd days evening members danced around a dried tree at the Sun set time.



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14 December, 2014

Beautiful Resonance in the morning of the desert

In this morning when finally all 15 core members has joined together, we did morning conditioning in the desert near our base camp.
Then beautiful resonance happened that local people came to see our exercise. I changed the program to copy one person's movement together.
People understand the easy rule and a boy started unique movement and we followed. Next a woman started Rajasthan dancing, and we followed with same resonance pattern.
Immediately it turn to Rajsthan dance party. We were invited to their house for chai party, and dance together. The husband is a guide of camel tour. We talked with him and we decided to start the camel caravan on Wednesday toward next place, Jodpur that is called Blue town.

Dance is spontaneous resonance. We can resonate through body so naturally with local tribe people. We got good start of the desert tour.


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15 December, 2014

Honza, Wodico, Donna on the tree, Pushkar, Rajasthan

Honza and Wodico found a huge wood, Doona found a huge tree near our base camp in the desert and performed.
Tommorow we leave to Jodpur by ten days Camel caravan. See you after ten days.


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14 December, 2014

'Yamazaki, Hit my body by stone!' Rhizome Lee

This is the fifth time to dance this piece, following Poland 3 times, and Himalaya.
I found another Yamazaki Stone the Pushkar lake side.
I was caught cold, but my subbody startrd dancing before thinking.
I will continue to grow up this butoh piece for three years, till October 8 2017 when the monument of the 50 years death aniversary of Yamazaki.
I plan three months Japan Rhizoming tour in Autumn (Sep-Nov), 2017. Please join us.



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December 12, 2014

Pushkar, Rajasthan 1

At the Puskar, the 1st place in Rajasthan, everyday we found the dancing place and performing, at the temple rowd, lake side, local people's house, forest, desert and so on.
Already 13 core member of the tour; Alon, Devanjalee, Donna, Honza, Laurence, Lee, Lilly, Maki(Wodico), Olivier, Raissa, Ramesh, Tala and Udit have joined, we wait for Pamela and Emanuel and move to next place on 13 or 14th Dec. toward Jaismer with total 15 members.


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December 10, 2014

"The Red God" 2nd Delhi Butoh Festival


The 2nd Delhi Butoh Festival is over.
We are starting The India Rhizoming Tour to rajasthan.
Now we are camping at Puskar.

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