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Daniel Belton and Good Company Arts.“EMAKI & ONEONE”

Daniel Belton and Good Company Arts.“EMAKI & ONEONE”
Period:2nd Feb.(fri.) - 11th Feb.(sun.), 2018
Etc.:Feb. 11th 18:00 - 20:00 / The artist will be present. Admission free.Feb. 10th & 11th 17:00 - / on 10th(sat.) : solo-performance by Daniel Belton / on 11th(sun.) : performance with MerI Otoshi (大歳芽里)Admission free.
Closed:Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
Venue:207 (Gallery OUT of PLACE TOKIO)

We hope that you will be able to attend our exciting new exhibition, "EMAKI & ONEONE" Daniel Belton and Good Company Arts.

EMAKI is Daniel Belton and Good Company Arts' (New Zealand) latest work featuring Japanese movement artist Meri Otoshi.

EMAKI is a digital picture scroll of dance, sound and light with state of the art technology that connects Asian and South Pacific cultures, reflecting on the poetics of space, nature and art. 
For EMAKI our digital space is a construct of the picture scroll - the scroll conjures narratives through which the dancer figure voyages. The Japanese ancient art of Suminagashi is digitised to suggest sentient hills, mountains, ocean, geology, weather systems and the Five Elements.
Each episode is an interaction with one of the elements -these scenes are performed by Meri Otoshi. We follow her path as she navigates different environments and seasons. 
She embodies a choreographic meditation and a physical responding to the multi-dimension world of the EMAKI picture scroll. 

Otoshi conveys the human figure deeply held in nature. EMAKI creates a series of chapters which reflect and project the human spirit in cinematic expression.

Daniel Belton and Good Company : Good Company Arts was founded by Daniel Belton and Donnine Harrison in 1997. 
The company produces dance theatre works and creates films featuring choreography with fine arts. 
Project based and working from New Zealand - the award winning group has an international reputation for their unique multi-disciplinary approach involving commissions of visual art, couture, design, new music, animation, video mapping and film. 
Recognised performance artists and specialist technologists work collaboratively with artistic director Daniel Belton and producer Donnine Harrison.
As cinema, installation and live performance the work has been celebrated by audiences in New Zealand, Australia, Nth and Sth America, the UK, Europe and Asia.

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