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Kazuo's last international performance was Requiem for the 20th Century, at the Japan Society in New York in 1999. His 101st birthday was marked by the Japan Society with a butoh festival including performances by Yoshito and an array of younger dancers.
His first piece to gain international attention was Admiring La Argentina in 1977, directed by Hijikata, in which he paid a dreamlike homage to Mercé. The production won the Dance Critics' Circle award in Japan. Ohno frequently danced with his son Yoshito, and they performed together in works such as My Mother, Water Lilies and The Dead Sea.
Ohno's appearances grew less frequent as he became increasingly immobile, although he continued to make gestures from his wheelchair, interacting with some invisible spirit with his hands. Once hospitalised, he continued to dance with his eyes and, at the last, with his breath. "Even upon taking leave of my flesh and bones," he wrote in the book Workshop Words, "I want to continue dancing as a ghost."
Antony and Charles Atlas recently did an interview with Paper Magazine discussing their film TURNING. The feature can be seen . Antony's artwork is also featured in the latest issue of Paper Magazine. Check it out .
Antony: All of the above. I am calling for a seismic shift in the ratio of women in the highest seats of corporate and civic governance, and we are asking men, using myself as an example, to retreat to the interior, and to examine their seat of privilege and examine the systems of power that they are operating within, and not to take it for granted, but to dismantle it, to deconstruct it, in order to better serve their families and their communities, and even to [better] serve their own interests.
Clive Anderson: Are you guys calling for more women to be involved, or for more men to be more in touch with their feminine side, or for the structures to be more related to both sexes or the feminine sex?
TURNING screenings through Tuesday November 16 at IFC Center here in NYC. For further information please seen . Antony and Charles Atlas recently did an interview with Bullett on TURNING, politics, etc. See it .
TURNING saw its theatrical release from fall 2011-summer 2012, premiering at festivals, including Meltdown in London, The Melbourne Festival in Melbourne, DOC NYC in New York and CPH:DOX in Copenhagen, amongst others. Secretly Canadian and Rough Trade will now co-release a deluxe edition of the TURNING dvd to coincide with select tv screenings around the world. This will include a cd of the complete audio recording of the TURNING concert, live at The Barbican in London in November 2006. The concert contains songs from the first three Antony and the Johnsons’ full length albums – Antony and the Johnsons, I Am A Bird Now, and The Crying Light, as performed by an ensemble of musicians including Maxim Moston, Rob Moose, Julia Kent, Parker Kindred, Jeff Langston and Thomas Bartlett. The cd will also feature two rare Antony and the Johnsons studio recordings from that period.
TURNING is available on DVD+CD and digitally on November 11th in North America via Secretly Canadian and November 10th in the UK and Europe on Rough Trade. Pre-order is available at the following outlets:
Antony and Charles Atlas recently did an interview with about the upcoming release of TURNING. The review and interview can be seen . Additionally Antony sat down with , , , . More to come.
Antony takes over Dazed Digital this week featuring articles everyday, so far including interviews with Laurie Anderson, Planningtorock, Cyclobe, Antony and Buffy Sainte-Marie! Antony is also featured in The Skinny and Metro. Check out Dazed ,The Skinny , and Metro .
URGENT APPEAL FROM ANTONY
A while ago i spent several weeks in the Western desert of Australia working on a project with elders from the aboriginal Martu community in Parnngurr. It was one of the most memorable experiences of my life. The wisdom and radiance of these people was humbling. Their well-being and their knowledge of their homeland is one of Australia's most precious living assets.
Parnngurr is located near a site that the Canadian multinational company Cameco and Japanese company Mitsubishi wishes to exploit for uranium. This will have devastating consequences on the region. I have personally seen other mines in the area. They are horrific. The Martu have always known of the uranium at Kintyre; they have spoken of it for generations in their storytelling as something dangerous that should be left undisturbed. Please watch this