Concert at Espace Japon in paris,7 February

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Musique et danse

Concert performance - Musique et danse

Dimanche 7 février à 18h
PAF - 5€

Pour la deuxième fois, Espace Japon va lier danse et musique improvisée avec un magnifique trio franco-japonais, composé de la danseuse Otoshi Meri, l'accordéoniste Ryotaro et le violoncelliste Hugues Vincent.

Otoshi Meri - danse

Otoshi Meri fait partie de ses danseuses touche-à-tout. Elle peut aussi bien intégrer des projets de danse buto, contamporaine, africaine, flamenco ou hip-hop.
C'est tout en improvisation qu'elle dansera avec Hugues Vincent et Ryotaro à Espace Japon.

photographie de Delphine Perrin

Hugues Vincent - violoncelle

Hugues Vincent multiplie les projets et les collaborations, avec talent, dans des projets protéiformes et essentiellement basés sur l'improvisation.

Photographie de Marcel Mutsaers

Ryotaro - accordéon

Ryotaro a su donner une aura toute nouvelle à un instrument que l'on connaît, en France, davantage pour ses références traditionnelles.
Aujourd'hui, c'est improvisation et lyrisme que nous offre Ryotaro.

Photographie de Koakuma


「Hello World!」がカンボジアと横浜で上映される。
photo from my new video project.

Full on heaven

On the summit he was received by six priests, whose long and matted locks flowed disorderly over their sable robes, covered with hieroglyphic scrolls of mystic import. They led him to the sacrificial stone, a huge block of jasper, with its upper surface somewhat convex.

ウィリアム・H・プレスコットHistory of the Conquest of Mexico

The long-haired one endures fire, the long-haired one endures poison, the long-haired one endures both worlds. The long-haired one is said to gaze full on heaven, the long-haired one is said to be that light ... Of us, you mortals, only our bodies do you behold. ...For him has the Lord of life churned and pounded the unbendable, when the long-haired one, in Rudra’s company, drank from the poison cup (The Keshin Hymn, Rig-veda 10.136)

photo is my new housemate,Mohamad.

Mon Shiva

Similarly, among some Sadhus and Sadhvis, Indian holy men and women, locks are sacred, considered to be a religious practice and an expression of their disregard for profane vanity, as well as a symbol of their spiritual understanding that physical appearances are unimportant. The public symbol of matted hair is re-created each time an individual goes through these unique experiences.In almost all myths about Shiva and his flowing locks, there is a continual interplay of extreme asceticism and virile potency, which link the elements of destruction and creation, whereas the full head of matted hair symbolizes the control of power.Gangadhara Shiva captures and controls the river Ganges with his locks, whose descent from the heavens would have deluged the world. The river is released through the locks of his hair, which prevents the river from destroying earth. As the Lord of Dance, Nataraja, Shiva performs the tandava, which is the dance in which the universe is created, maintained, and resolved. Shiva's long, matted tresses, usually piled up in a kind of pyramid, loosen during the dance and crash into the heavenly bodies, knocking them off course or destroying them utterly.

Photo is my new housemate,Michelle