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Kihako Narisawa
taT 2, 18.5., 22 Uhr | kupferschmiede,
19.5., 17 Uhr


Freelance artist based in Frankfurt, born and raised in Tokyo Japan, is a physical performing artist, choreographer and visual artist.

She has received her dance and art education at l'Ecole superieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower in Cannes France (2002-2004), received a certificate specialisation as dancer, Bachelor program of Dance at Codarts (University of the Arts - Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Musiek Dans) in Rotterdam The Netherlands (2004-2006). Upon completion of her formal dance and art studies, she had the opportunity to work with various creatives in the European dance scene.

She has had engagements as professional dancer/artist with Fondazione Nazionale della Danza Aterballetto in Reggio Emilia Italy (2005-2009), Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden - Thoss Tanzkompanie in Wiesbaden Germany (2009-2013), Ballet Basel at Theater Basel in Basel Switzerland (2013-2016). During this time she has had the opportunity to present works in aforementioned companies young choreographer evenings as well independence scene spaces.

Studio Zero (2016) along with Claudio Costantino, facet (2016), Phone Phainó Phoney (2015) along with Jeremy Nedd and Fabrizio Di Salvo, P.S. (2015), exchange (2015) along with Jeremy Nedd, Room 49 (2013), glitch (2012), silencing (2011)


„P.S.”


P.S. = Personal Space

Permitting a person to enter personal space and entering somebody else's personal space are indicators of perception of those people's relationship. How to protect your own personal space. What you lose by being confined in a personal space, and what you get for.

p.s. You are allowed to be where you are

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P.S. is an experimental study piece. Based on the definition on personal space which was proposed by American anthropologist Edward T. Hall. He describes that the personal space can categorise into four different zones.
I tried to apply those four zones into actual theatre space.