Butoh, Dance of the Dark Soul,It typically involves playful and grotesque imagery, taboo topics, extreme or absurd environments, and is traditionally performed in white body makeup with slow hyper-controlled motion, with or without an audience.
We dance to reclaim our brilliant ability to disappear in something bigger, something safe, a space without a critic or a judge or an analyst. The beat is a love that never disappoints, & like all loves it demands 100% surrender. It has a power to seduce moves we couldn’t dream. It grabs us by the belly, turns us inside out and leaves us abruptly begging for more. The beat is bad, wicked, sick -whatever the word is now ✨ Dance to fall in love with the spirit in all things ✨ .::Gabrielle…
Butoh first originated in Japan after World War II. It typically involves playful and grotesque imagery, taboo topics, extreme or absurd environments, with slow hyper-controlled motion, with or without an audience. There is no set style, and it may be purely conceptual with no movement at all. Catch this workshop at the Art Hop 2013, Bandra on the 27th of October. 1 Day, 12 Locations, 50 Artists, 30 performances. https://www.facebook.com/arthopindia
What NASA is hiding from the world - REAL Antarctica. (Honycomb Earth) - YouTube ( made up footage or the biggest cover up ever ? ) ⭐️
This week’s weird artiste makes most other so-called Goth bands look like posers by comparison. Anna-Varney Cantodea is so Goth she never performs “in front of humans,” preferring instead to save her striking, vampire/Butoh appearance for eerie photo shoots and the occasional blurry music video that flickers like a faded silent movie print. Her music is so Goth it defies easy categorization.
j2lost Sankai Juku. Oct 30, 2015. Sankai Juku's Umusuna deals with the passing of time, the end of time, life, death, existence, the void, everything and nothingness, serenity, the utter horror of human-inflicted pain, and ultimately of serenity and pure joy. You enter into a dream or meditative state and the brain wonders to some unexpected places. This is a miracle and a gift. Thank you.