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in between words                                      



Yuka Takahashi ( JPN)







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 OPENING :: of the >process installation<

performance - presentation of working process with >word<
and openLaboratory

An experimental research project as an exhibition of a dynamic installation at
the cutting edge of the LABfactory displays to public space.

In between spaces, identities – cultures and words

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In our daily life, 'words' are essential to recognize things and necessary as a communication tool.

But what is the "word"?
At first thought words can act as symbols to recognize something as a concrete entity or substance by its name.
But words are more obscure than we think. Because the process of giving a word meaning is based on your experience or some special incident or event.
This is very subjective especially if you think about feelings or dreams. Someone's dream is someone else`s nightmare.
The word is closely related to your identity. You express your identity with speech and conversely by speaking you create your own identity


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Yuka Takahashi

She was born and raised in Japan.

She is a dancer, choreographer

and certified pilates instructor.
She graduated from Joffrey Ballet School and extend her study at Dance

New Amsterdam and Movement research in New York.
She worked with Ori Flomin, Kriota Willberg, Rachel List, among others.
Recently she moved to Vienna.

She has performed at the Burgenland Tanz Tage

curated by Liz King.





This experimental research project is about the process of finding a way to create a work based on the reflection
of cultural background and identity on the meaning of words.

Yuka Takahashi will give a short instruction, show performance fragments
followed by theopenLAB discussion where everyone is welcome to participate!!

As a start of this project Yuka Takahashi interpret words into physical body to make a new Esperanto with audience. 





continuing with:
openLAB :: open end 

Thomas J. Jelinek

Sound ambience:

free entry
Eintritt frei


recent work:


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showed in LABfactory

in September 2009




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