APAF2020 Lab Feedback Session / フィードバックセッション


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*English will follow the Japanese.

APAF Labとは



Lab ファシリテーター:JK アニコチェ(フィリピン)、アルシタ・イスワルダニ(インドネシア)、武田 力(日本)







(Photo by Chen You-Wei 陳又維)
1984年生まれ。アーティスト。パリと台北を拠点に、視覚芸術、ダンス、パフォーマンスの垣根を跨いで活動。パレ・ド・トーキョー / 現代創造サイト、Centre National de la Danse (パリ)、KANAL- Centre Pompidou (ブリュッセル)、M+ Museum (香港)、 上海外灘美術館 (上海)、明当代美術館 (上海)、台北ビエンナーレ(台北)、Liveworks Festival (シドニー) などで作品を発表。2017年よりAsia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance (ADAM)を台北表演芸術中心(Taipei Performing Arts Center)と共同で設立し、運営を主導。2019年にCentre National de la Danse とのコラボレーションでCamping Asiaを共同キュレーション。


(Photo by Satoshi Nishizawa)
1975年生まれ。ダンス批評家、群馬県立女子大学准教授、振付家。近現代アジア舞踊史、および振付の理論を研究している。共著『バレエとダンスの歴史』(平凡社、2012年)、『Choreography and Corporeality』(Palgrave Macmillan、2016年)など、論文「デニショーン舞踊団のアジア巡演におけるヴァナキュラーな舞踊文化との接触」(『舞踊學』第43号、2020年)、振付作品『来る、きっと来る』(2013年初演)など。2007~2012年、Indonesian Dance Festival 共同キュレーター。2016年より「三陸国際芸術祭」海外芸能プログラムディレクター、2018年より「放課後ダイバーシティ・ダンス」ディレクターを務める。


主催:東京芸術祭実行委員会 [豊島区、公益財団法人としま未来文化財団、フェスティバル/トーキョー実行委員会、公益財団法人東京都歴史文化財団(東京芸術劇場・アーツカウンシル東京)]


APAF Lab is an art camp where those involved in the performing arts from across Asia, selected through an open call, gather to transcend the boundaries of culture and nationality, and spread their “roots” through the cultivation of new values. Rather than working towards a final product, such as realizing an artwork, Lab participants are encouraged to broaden their perspective through lectures, discussions, and the exchanging of their practices and approaches, while also taking on individual research projects. Over the two-month camp (late August – late October), the participants are accompanied by three Lab facilitators. The final output will take the form of public presentations by the Lab participants as well as a feedback session.

Lab Facilitators
JK Anicoche (The Philippines), Arsita Iswardhani (Indonesia), Riki Takeda (Japan)

​Lab Participants
Nia Agustina (Indonesia), Shawn Chua (Singapore), Alexis Kam (China), Boreum Kang (South Korea), Jun Yi Mah (Malaysia), Sunayana Premchander (India), Ness Roque (The Philippines), Keiko Yamaguchi (Japan) *in alphabetical order by last name.

*The broadcast may end slightly earlier or later than advertised.
*As the event will be broadcast over the internet, in some cases the visuals or audio may be disrupted by connection issues, etc. Depending on the situation, it may become necessary for us to temporarily stop the broadcast and reconnect.
*Recording the event in any way (audio/video recording, screen captures, etc.) is strictly prohibited.

Organizers: Tokyo Festival Executive Committee (Toshima City, Toshima Mirai Cultural Foundation, Festival/Tokyo Executive Committee, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture [Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre & Arts Council Tokyo])


River Lin (Taiwan)

(Photo by Chen You-Wei 陳又維)
River Lin (b.1984) is an artist, currently living and working in Paris and Taipei, who works across the contexts of visual art, dance, and performance. His work has been presented at Palais de Tokyo and Centre National de la Danse (Paris); KANAL – Centre Pompidou (Brussels); M+ (Hong Kong); Rockbund Art Museum and Ming Contemporary Art Museum (Shanghai); Taipei Biennial 2016; and Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art (Sydney), among other venues. River heads the Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance (ADAM), which he initiated with Taipei Performing Arts Center in 2017 to foster cross-cultural and interdisciplinary artistic exchange. In 2019, he co-curated the inaugural edition of Camping Asia in collaboration with Centre National de la Danse.

Daisuke Muto (Japan)

(Photo by Satoshi Nishizawa)
Daisuke Muto (b. 1975) is a dance critic and choreographer as well as Associate Professor at the Gunma Prefectural Women’s University. His research focuses on dance theory as well as modern and contemporary Asian dance history. Muto has contributed to publications such as Barē to Dansu no Rekishi (The History of ballet and dance, Heibonsha, 2012) and Choreography and Corporeality (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). He has also published papers, one of his most recent being “Denishawn’s Far East Tour and Their Contact with the Vernacular Dance Cultures” (Choreologia, no. 43, 2020), and presented numerous choreographic works, such as Surely It Comes About (which premiered in 2013). Muto was a co-curator of the Indonesian Dance Festival from 2007 through 2012, and has served as the Asian Geinoh Director of the Sanriku International Arts Festival from 2016, as well as Director of the After-school Diversity Dance project from 2018.


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