Performances / Dance
Accumulations (online)
Performance by: Nao Ashimine, Sato Yamada, Kaho ...
YUKIO SUZUKI projects / NPO KAIBUNSHA
Japan

“Accumulations” is about time, movement, and relationships that slowly build up. It is the accumulation of every uneventful day, it is a day of life, a day in this world, a moment that leads to the future. On the road I walk every day, I have noticed a flower blossoming. The sky is higher. I have felt relieved by the warmness in the air. I have just stood there to look at the stunning sunset. We don’t have to be somebody. Each sensation is a reminder that we were alive that day, that moment. What is happening in the world is not so far from us. I’ve decided to live here.  —Yukio Suzuki

Inspired by Svetlana Alexievich’s book on Chernobyl, "Accumulations" sheds light on the innocence and idiocy of mankind, as well as the resilience and venerability of human life.


Quote by Svetlana Alexievich 
Directed and choreographed by: Yukio Suzuki
Performance by: Nao Ashimine, Sato Yamada, Kaho Kogure, Yuki Nishiyama and Yusuke Miya
Stage director: Takashi Kawachi
Light design: Kazuya Yoshida
Sound Design: Umeo Saito
Tour manager: Junko Hanamitsu
Producer: YUKIO SUZUKI projects NPO KAIBUNSHA 
Co-producers: Seatagaya Public Theatre, Toyohashi Arts Theatre PLAT, Kyoto Art Theatre
Supported by: Arts council Tokyo


Performance in English
Duration: 1h 10min
Date of premiere: 25.03.2016
Original title: Accumulations
The Japanese Season
Shows and Access

23 June, 22:00

Online   
24h
30 LEI