Japan, South Korea and Cambodia Riveting JIPA Fest
The second day of Jogja International Performing Arts in 2014, the artist looks increasingly attracting the visitors in auditorium building P4TK Yogyakarta. Artists from Japan, South Korea and Cambodia to present their best performances, Thursday (27/11).
Shown at night, Naomi Mirian (Japan) present foursome. Naomi accompanied by Fumie Suzuki, Taiki Kusakabe (drawing performers) and Masami Sakaide (sound designer).
Just like losing balance between the head, the heart and the body. Being Able to forget how it feels to love for a while. Though understanding what is really important on the inside. Once the stories that they bring in appearance this time.
Furthermore, the unique appearance of Nomadic Drift of Korea. A team of three artists from different genres, the make a site-specific art performances and exhibitions. Consists of Minhing Kim (musician), Goeun Kwak (choreographer), Jinsoo Chung (video artist), Nomadic Drift appears very impressive because it brings “new stream” in JIPA Fest this year. They also bring other creative artists, Jakyu Lee (drums), Myunghyun Hansol Choi and Yu as a dancer.
Closing artist performance today is Sophiline Arts Ensamble of Cambodia. They performed a semi theater with the title “The Lives of Giants” which is a contemporary retelling of the prequel to the Reamker (the Cambodian version of the Ramayana Epic), the which describes the origin of the demon king Reap (Ravana) .- [rovitavare / jogjatoday ]
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