Kururu, in japanese, means: rolling, coming and going mad.
After a first collaboration, in France, for SURU dance creation, Mobilis-Immobilis Cie and Tarinof dance Cie have teamed up once again to create Kururu, in Japan, by expanding the crew with 4 dancers and a traditionnal Japanese singer.This original show mixes music created in real time following the voice and the dance, real time video created on stage, contemporary dance and traditionnal Japanese songs.The bodies are taken to extremes in the gesture and in the vocal climax. The video takes place on stage to resonate and answer at the music playing.
Artistic direction : Maflohé Passedouet (Mobilis-Immobilis Cie）
Choreography : Maiko Hasegawa, Mamoru Sakata (Tarinof dance Cie）
Performers : Etienne Bernardot (Video Artist）
Stéphane Bissières (Musician, composer Artist）
Vocals : Saki Kineya (Nagauta Singer）
Dance : Mana Kawamura, Naoya Sakata, Maiko Hasegawa, Mamoru Sakata
Tarinof dance Cie, Fondation Sasakawa, Mobilis-Immobilis Cie