Tomoe, a collaborative performance of music, dance, and art
April 8, 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Art Building, University of Hawai’i Art Gallery
“YUAN: by Beili Liu,” the current installation work at the University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery, is the inspiration for choreographer Mitsuko Horikawa and composer John Chow Seymour. Around “YUAN,” they present “Tomoe,” their collaborative performance work.
“Yuan,” in Chinese, has several meanings including “circle.” The Japanese character “tomoe” refers to a design with three elements within a circle. In this performance, three UH dance students move within and around the circular installation piece “YUAN” accompanied by the improvised acoustic and electronic music of UH music students.
Image: Courtesy Carena Phillips, University of Hawai’i Art Gallery
Admission is free and open to the public.
Art & Art History, Music, Theatre and Dance, Manoa Campus
Sharon Tasaka, 956-6888, firstname.lastname@example.org