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ANGELA'S BUTOH TEACHERS

VANGELINE 

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YUMIKO YOSHIOKA

http://www.yumiko-yoshioka.com/

NATSU NAKAJIMA

RANKO OGURA

http://rodance.wix.com/rankoogura#!

HIROKO TAMANO

ATSUSHI TAKENOUCHI

http://www.jinen-butoh.com/

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BUTOH and CMC

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Tremor- Tres Mort- Butoh video with Vangeline Theater
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Vangeline Theater

Tremor- Tres Mort- Butoh video with Vangeline Theater

“Très Mort –Tremor-” is a project conceived by Butoh Artist Vangeline. Très Mort –Tremor explores the world of facial tremors induced by Butoh. Our face is a mask underneath which lies a world of contradiction and mystery made manifest by involuntary muscle contractions. Directed by: Vangeline for the Vangeline Theater Photographer and Director of Photography: Celeste Sloman Video and Sound Editor: Geoff Shelton, Soundscape designed by: Vangeline The Vangeline Theater has been a leader in the development of contemporary Butoh dance since its founding in 2002. Informed by the expansive vision of pioneering choreographer Vangeline, the Vangeline Theater brings to life a timeless and uniquely American style of Butoh that continues to captivate audiences. Voted “Best Dance Visits of 2011” by Time OUT Chicago, Vangeline ‘s choreography was heralded a “ Triumph” by japanculturenyc, “Captivating” by the New York Times, “Compelling and unparalleled” by See Chicago Dance. According to Los Angeles Times, Artistic Director Vangeline “moves with the clockwork deliberation of a practiced Japanese Butoh artist” ; her Butoh work was commissioned by Atlantic Records’ Grammy award-winning artist SKRILLEX, and featured in a major motion picture with James Franco and Winona Ryder. Celeste Sloman is an American portrait photographer born and raised in NYC. Since completing her degree in the history of art at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, Celeste returned to New York in order to focus wholly on photography. Celeste has worked for a number of publications including New York Magazine, The Village Voice, and the New York Observer. In addition to shooting freelance and working on her own personal projects Celeste has worked pro bono for UN Women's HeForShe campaign and hopes to continue working pro bono for causes that she is passionate about. Vangeline Theater dancers featured: Azumi Oe, Maiko Ikegaki, Juri Nishio, Maki Shinagawa, Margherita Tisato, Sindy Butz, Stacy Smith, Vangeline www.vangeline.com