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.
Carmen Collazos Moyano
I was born in Cochabamba Bolivia
I live in Cochabamba -Bolivia
My life motto is Love and do as you please.
When I look out of my window, I see A lot of plants, flowers, a tree my grandfather planted years ago, in the background I see the Andes Mountains that suddenly hide behind 3 buildings.
How would you describe Kenzo Kenzo is one of the most sensitive people I know, he’s is a joyful dancer, transparent, a person who enjoys and stops to look at the details that life offers us, thing we normally don’t see but are right in front of us. He is a being that transmits peace and inspires with his movement. A dancer who knows how to make you feel that our present is everything.
Describe the first time you met Kenzo I met Kenzo in La Paz, Bolivia; he arrived with Boujke Scheigman to stage one of her plays in which he had already been part of. From the first day Kenzo was the one who directed the process of reenactment of the play, and from the first day he transported us to places where I had never been inside my body, sensations that, with great admiration, I discovered from his hand. Every day was very intense; I discovered another quality of movement that was born from the images Kenzo proposed. I think it was the best way to get to know him!!