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“Ko Murobushi”

Hiroko Komatsu


Five years before his sudden death in 2015, Ko Murobushi, who studied under the founder Tatsumi Hijikata and spread Butoh around the world as "Butoh," held a 60-hour workshop in South America with 40 participants, including teachers, curators, and painters. The methods and contemplations that brought about the unparalleled movement have not lost their luster even after his body left the earth. This is a record of an expressive artist who straddled artistic forms and borders, and attempted to go beyond all boundaries.

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Basic information of the work

Screening time
100 minutes
Delivery deadline
There is no plan to end the distribution.
Dance Documentary

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  • Audio guide
  • Sign language
  • Barrier-free subtitles
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  • Multilingual
  • Dubbing
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  • Non-verbal

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Message from artist / creator

I want to eliminate language and physical restrictions as much as possible and aim for a work that can be intuitively understood regardless of genre.

Artist Profile

Hiroko Komatsu

Born in Kanagawa prefecture in 1969. photographer. Holds many exhibitions at home and abroad. In 2017, won the 43rd Kimura Ihei Photo Award.


Produce : Ko & Edge

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