Scattered across the stage are various objects collected in Yamaguchi, such as driftage found on the seashore, chairs, TV sets and packaging materials, as well as a half-mirror screen. On a stage wrapped up in disturbing sounds somewhere between noise and ambient, the dancer interacts with these elements via his body, eagerly working to share his memory with the audience. In concert with the dancer's body movements, abstract patterns made up of geometric shapes are occasionally projected onto a large screen installed in the back of the stage. Changing according to the dancer's movements, these patterns aim to shake the viewer's emotions.
Shared memory generated through the body's interaction with various things
In contrast to "30x30", this 60-minute dance piece is performed on an indoor theater stage.