Movement + Humanity = FUKUDANCE
A World In-Betwen
A world in-between' interlaces between the physical world and the virtual world. The focus is a creative exploration of the application of Japanese animation techniques of Anime to contemporary choreography and sound art.
Dismel, a made-up word by a 20th-century psychologist Silvan Tomkins, is a work inspired by the 9/11 stories with the focus on a biological reaction when encountering the obnoxious smells that occurred in the event of 9/11.
Do You Hear Me?
Inspired by Beethoven's struggle after he became completely deaf. Feeling sound from vibrations and metronomes.
...the evening’s chief pleasure...Fukuda knew exactly what he was doing here: creating a work of easeful harmony...bringing to mind freedom and flight…in this altogether pleasing work. The real credit was due to Fukuda’s modest, tasteful proposal. -March 8, 2014 by Sarah Kaufman
Fee support for FUKUDANCE may be available to nonprofit organizations through the New England States Touring (NEST) program of the New England Foundation for the Arts. Visit www.nefa.org for more information.