Lecture + Workshop|Daisuke MUTO [Choreography as Intervention: Postcolonial Choreography in Theory and Practice]


After overviewing historically and culturally diverse ideas of “choreography,” I will invite you to imagine, structure, or even execute your own postcolonial choreography. Basics: “Choreography” means conduct of motion in someone else. But everyone living is always and already occupied by some motion. So choreography is theoretically nothing but elaborate intervention in the occupation at work.


Saturday, June 23, 2018
3:00pm ~ (2 hours half to 3 hours scheduled)
General Admission: ¥1,500


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Title) 6/23 Daisuke MUTO 1) Name 2) Address 3) e-mail address 4) number of participants



Daisuke MUTO
Dance critic, Associate Professor at Gunma Prefectural Women’s University, choreographer. Co-author of Choreography and Corporeality, 2016 and History of Ballet and Dance (in JP), 2012. Publications include “Stepping into Ecology of a Dance: Sioned Huws and Kakinaizawa Shishi-odori” (in JP), 2018, among others. Choreographic works include Surely It Comes About premiered in 2013.
Twitter: @muto_daisuke