Dialog z Hijikatą Tatsumim i jego Ankoku butō – polsko-japoński projekt Kantor_Tropy: Collage i poszukiwanie rizomatycznej strategii choreograficznej
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In this article I want to outline and analyse chosen elements of the artistic project entitled Kantor_Traces: Collage. In my discussion I focus mainly on the rehearsal process, in which we made use of Hijikata’s “notational butō” method for developing movement material and juxtaposed his main concepts with our own choreographic approaches. Using hijikatian tools in a critical manner and with a proper discursive approach enabled us to recognise the cultural specificity and originating impulses of Ankoku butō and Hijikata’s concept of body-in-crisis and “notational butō”. It also led us towards developing a kind of “rhizome-choreographic-strategy”, which I define and analyse in my article taking as a theoretical point of reference Deleuze and Guattari’s writings on the rhizome and Petra Kuppers’ essay entitled – Butō Rhizome. I argue that “rhizome-choreographic-strategy” – being a corporeal practice combined with intellectual research – enables bringing Hijikata’s legacy into the 21st century transcultural performative practice.
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