Butoh (舞踏, Butō?) is a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range of activities, techniques and motivations for dance, performance, or movement.
History and definition of butoh. It includes its most important figures, aesthetical features, images, videos and related links.
History of Butoh "An Art Form In Transition" (The following article by Don McLeod originally appeared in Melt Magazine in a slightly different format.)
BUTOH IS NOT FOR THE FRAIL. THE AVANT-garde dance form that today is Japan's most startling cultural export does not aim to charm. Instead, it sets out to ...
Part of Swiss Butoh dancer Imre Thormann's performance at Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine in Shiga (Japan) in summer 2006. The live music is by Swiss jazz pianist ...
Butoh is a contemporary avant-garde dance form which originated in Japan and which was first performed there in 1959. It combines dance, theater, improvisation and ...
“Butoh is an explosive, convention-shattering performance art that has redefined the limits of dance and theatre. The form was created by a handful of avant-garde ...
Kazuo Ono (1906-2010) collaborated with Hijikata in the earliest days of butoh, before it even was butoh, and continued to work with Hijikata periodically until ...
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