Saburo Teshigawara

Saburo Teshigawara wird Professor in Tokio und will auch noch nach Newcastle. Akiko Tachiki war auf seinen Spuren

Saburo Teshigawara, you are planning to set up an education network in Europe. What is its aim?                                                                                                        One of the interesting areas I plan to explore is the relationship of the body with images, including non-visual images such as visual memories and the imagination, as well as films, video or images on-screen. We will look at the body affected by images.

Since the wall paintings of pre-historic times, humans have been controlled by visual images and in modern days our bodies are related to images in a much more complex way. There is much to explore, such as the body in space, free from visual information, the visual body and corporeal vision – we can pursue these themes from the perspective of dance, investigating the body before any visual elements are brought in.

You are also taking up a professorship at the St Paul University in Tokyo from 2006, focusing on corporeal exploration with extensive workshops. What will this entail?                                                                                                                      My dance method is not a narrow one but one ...

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Tanz Juni 2005
Rubrik: Magazin, Seite 14
von Akiko Tachiki

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