The inexhaustibly creative Japanese dancer and choreographer Kenzo Kusuda is a unique phenomenon in the world of dance. His performances and dance style are personal, poetic, and often breathtakingly intense. With Flora, Lucifer, Nebula, Dew, Kenzo presents a new program for which he collaborated with four completely different dancers hailing from China, India, Bolivia, and Senegal. Moved by natural phenomena and memories, he created a solo with each dancer; together, these will be presented in one full-length program.
Nannan Liu (Dew)
I was born in Shanghai, China
I live in Shanghai
My life motto is The world doesn't change itself, it is my view that can change something
When I look out of my window, I see Trees and my neighbors.
How would you describe Kenzo He is a dancer, but also a monster of imagination.
Describe the first time you met Kenzo We improvised together for one hour without stopping according to Kenzo’s imagination.
Could you tell something about the piece that you are making with Kenzo The name of my solo is Dew. I like it very much. It is something that we always ignore, but it’s always there, quietly. It reminds me to the pureness of the world. It reflects the world in its own way. I’m quite looking forward to working on this piece with Kenzo.
What do you bring from your own culture into the piece My body ofcourse!