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Trepkodoune is a performance piece based on Bulgarian and Japanese poetry. These two poetries have particular rhythm related to our own body’s memory. This unforgettable rhythm will be transposed into concrete material and shapes by using movement, voice, space, etc.
Working with rhythm that is related to our own body’s memory and sensitivity, means working with the invisible, the elusive. The space in which Yumi Osanai and Boryana Todorova move translate these characteristics as well. Layers will be created in the space to show or hide parts of the body, to zoom in on a part that is exposed and its movement for a moment.
Yumi Osanai is a Japanese dancer and choreographer, Boryana Todorova is a Bulgarian actress and performer. They are concerned with thin traces that are the basis of our identities and that continue to exist in our imagination. They construct a performance, layer by layer, while aiming for a piece where their particular body’s memories interlace.
Concept/Creation/Performance: Boryana Todorova, Yumi Osanai
In collaboration with Workspacebrussels