Japan-Korea Dance Exchange Project

Japan-Korea Dance Exchange Project <A TPAM Showcase program>
Yokohama Dance Collection × Seoul Dance Collection DANCE CONNECTION

“풀다 / 解 (Pluda / Hodoku)”

February 14th (SAT), 15th(SUN) 7:00 PM
INOUE Daisuke (prize winner of Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2014)
LEE Sang-hun (winner of Seoul Dance Collection 2013)

※A post-performance talk follows performance on 14th.
Guest speaker: NORIKOSHI Takao (novelist and dance critic)
・Doors open 30 minutes before
・All seats are unreserved

ZOU-NO-HANA TERRACE(1 Kaigan-dori, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi) MAP

Regular:¥1,500 in advance, ¥2,000 on the day
Student:¥1,000 in advance, ¥1,500 on the day
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  • INOUE Daisuke

    (Prizewinner of Yokohama Dance Collection EX2014 )
    Born in 1983, INOUE, a graduate of J. F. Oberlin University, is a member of <21st Century GEBA GEBA dance company>. While at the university, he studied with KISANUKI Kuniko and, for ballet, MIURA Daiki. After graduation, he performed in <Kim Itoh + Glorious Future>. After leaving that troupe, he focused on solo dance; his first composition received the Labo Award at ST Spot. He continues to train as a artist expressing himself through, for example, reconstructing his solo pieces for duos or trios. Prize at the Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2014, CompetitionⅠ: Dance Composition Division.
  • SHIMADA Tadashi
  • LEE Sang-hun

    (Prizewinner of Seoul Dance Collection 2013)
    Born in 1982, Lee Sang Hun has studied and graduated from Han-yang University. After graduating from University, he works as a member of <Dance Theater ‘Chang’> and participates in the audition of Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui ‘s piece <Babel> at the recommendation of Mr. Nam-Jin Kim. Later, he becomes the member of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui ‘s dance company “Eastman” from 2009 to 2013 and performs in the piece <Babel> and <Puz/zle>. In his free time he focuses on personal choreographic works. Due to hardworking and strong concentration he has won the RCH prize in 2013 Spain Burgos& Newyork with his solo work <Broken Circle> and also he becomes the winner of 2013 Seoul Dance Collection with his duo piece <Story of Statues>. He creates movements based on Modern Dance, Ballet which he has learned from University, Yoga from Dance Company and also acrobatic technique with many different concepts.
  • KIM Kwang-min

Organized by : Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1 (Yokohama Arts Foundation)
Cosponsored by : Seoul Performing Arts Festival/Hachinohe City
Support from : Agency for Cultural Affairs
Subsidized by: The Japan-Korea Cultural Foundation
Sponsores by: Kirin Beer Marketing Co., Ltd. Yokohama Office
Cooperation by: Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2015 / Steep Slope Studio / ZOU-NO-HANA TERRACE
Supported by: City of Yokohama / Korean Cultural Center, Embassy of Republic of the Korea in Japan

Japan-Korea Dance Exchange Project
「Yokohama Dance Collection」 and 「Seoul Dance Collection」 — the two dance collections selected Japanese and Korean emerging choreographers to have them meet for the first time and work on a co-creation through a two-month residence in Seoul and Yokohama. Exchanging with another choreographer from a different background, understanding and studying the differences, learning from each other and with new points of view, they have presented a piece called Face to Face in Seoul and have been working toward this performance in Yokohama.

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By train
Take the Minatomirai Line to Bashamichi or Nihon-odori Station, walk about 6 minutes.
Take the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line or Yokohama Municipal Subway to Sakuragicho Station, walk about 15 minutes via the Kishamichi.
Take the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line or Yokohama Municipal Subway to Kannai Station, walk about 15 minutes via Bashamichi.

By car
Take the Yokohane Route on the Shuto Expressway, exit at Minatomirai or Yokohama-kouen.

Sea Bus
Take Sea Bus at from the East Exit of Yokohama Station to Pier Akarenga.



Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1
1-1-1 Sinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, 231-0001, Japan

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