Take Down is a fearless move and a charismatic movement aesthetic that sweeps the audience.
Dror Liberman and Kazuyo Shionori are going for an artistic emancipation, in an attempt to remove the mask of the bourgeoisie hypocrisy.
Through adopting the evil, dark, morbid and passionate sides, they try to find new ways of resistance in a society that the violence become more and more common.
created and performed by: Kazuyo Shionoiri and Dror Liberman
artisitc guidnce, dramaturgy: Idit Herman
costum design: Marina Moysaiev.
about the creators:
Kazuyo Shionoiri is a young Japanese contemporary dance choreographer performer, and a teacher, and an active member of the Clipa visual theater collective. she graduated M.A from the Department of dance and sports since in the The Japan Women’s College for Physical Education (JWCPE) at 2008.
Since then, as a freelancer she has cooperated with many different artists and dance companies, and teaching in the university in Tokyo. The core topic of her interest is based on exploring the existential questions in the Daily life, and present it in light way, full of humor.
within the years she got many awards such a “Toyama artistic movement” (2005) “Japanese Government Overseas Study Programme For Artist” (2010) “Pola Art Foundation” (2012) for her unique promising and fresh voice as a choreographer.
in the recent Years she been invited to create, teach and perform in Germany, Russia, Japan, Albania, South Africa, Armenia, Spain, China, Mako, Poland, Mexico and more.
Dror Liberman is a young Israeli contemporary dance choreographer and performer, and an active member of the Clipa visual theater collective. He finished his studies at the Haifa Contemporary Dance School in 2013. Since then, as a freelancer he has cooperated with many different artists and dance companies, and as an independent choreographer he has developed own choreographic works as well. The core topic of his interest is based on exploring the “Cultural Terrorism” as a diffrent ways that art can function in nowadays world. His works demonstrate a wide scale of skills and abilities. It is hard to relate to his works to one style or to one specific genre, as he strives to create a new language in every piece of his, in the recent Years dror been invited to create, teach and perform in Germany, Norway, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Switzerland, Spain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Albania and many others.