Fictional story about the life in a Belgian clinic.
Runtime: 40 minutes
Binnenstebuiten - Fumiyo Ikeda - Netflix
Fumiyo Ikeda (Osaka, 1962) is a Japanese dancer, actress and choreographer.
Binnenstebuiten - Work as a choreographer - Netflix
Around the end of her second period at Rosas, Fumiyo Ikeda began to create work that is based on her own ideas. First she did that together with Alain Platel and Benjamin Verdonck in Nine Finger (2007), which is based on the book Beasts of No Nation by Uzodinma Iweala and shows the perversity of the war through the eyes of a child soldier. The production was selected for the Festival d'Avignon 2007. A few years later in pieces (2009) followed, a performance she made with the British writer / performance artist Tim Etchells about memory, remembering and forgetting, and about how both are experienced and shown by the body and expressed in language. Together with the Japanese dancer Un Yamada, she created in 2014 the dance duet amness, with organ music by Johann Sebastian Bach being played by the saxophonists of the Bl!ndman ensemble. In the same year she also created the production Cross Grip with the Japanese dancers Llon Kawai, Ayaka Azechi, Kota Kihara and the percussionist Kuniko Kato. Nine Finger (2007) was restaged in 2016; Stijn Opstaele replaced Benjamin Verdonck. In 2017 another dance performance followed: Piano and String Quartet, with a live performance by Ictus Ensemble of the composition Piano and String Quartet by Morton Feldman.
Binnenstebuiten - References - Netflix