Mitsu Salmon Sept 10-24

Butoh Body Sundays, September 10, 17, 24
1474 N. Milwaukee Ave.
12-2pm
$15 

“How are our ancestors held and released in our body? Ancestries of plants, animals, and humans.” Mitsu

Mitsu’s class will draw from Butoh, contemporary dance, and experimental theater, exploring the connection with body, unconscious and imagery.

The class will focus on Noguchi exercises, which foster an experience of the body as water with the goal of encountering and releasing the natural body.  We will also investigate Botany, body-weather, and animals (real and imagined) through guided imagery and structured improvisation.
All levels welcome and please wear comfortable clothing.

Mitsu Salmon creates original performance and dance work. She studied Butoh and has been part of a Butoh company, Ima Tenko and Kiraza, for 3 years in Japan. She studied dance and experimental theater in New York and Berlin for a number of years and has performed and taught workshops internationally.  She has performed solo work at places such Links Hall, HCL, Performance Space 122, Dance Theater Workshop, Highways Performance Space and internationally at Hebbel Am Uffer, the Berlin Performance Art Festival, London Performance Art Festival and Urbanguild in Kyoto, Japan. Learn more on www.mitsusalmon.com.

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Sara Zalek

artist butoh dancer entrepreneur musician fluid lover