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Cassandra’s Field of Flowers

This is a durational installation performance that integrates contemporary dance and digital technology.

Inspired by Noh, a traditional Japanese performance from the 12th century, delves into the theme of Life and Death through diverse expressions. In this piece, we developed AR filters that embody life and death, and that can be superimposed on any scenario at any moment by the viewers. By employing these filters, the viewers can engage in the performance by constructing their own narratives based on their own perception of the performance, and expand it into the unseen realm beyond the stage.

PERFORMENCE

Noh Theatre, Japan - Dec, 2022

Wind Art Festival, Germany - Aug, 2023

Jerusalem International Solo Dance Festival - Sep, 2023

Direction, Choreography, Performance, Sound Design: Tomo Sone
AR art, 3D Art, Video Edit: Akane
Costume Shahar: Avnet
Mask: Damselfrau

Director of photography, Lighting design: Sou Matsuzawa
Lighting design: Haruki Kusuda
Photography (Video): Ryuhei Hata
Photography: Yoshikazu Inoue
Production: Tomo Sone Dance Projects

Sponsorship
Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan “ARTS for the future! 2”
Kyoto City ”Arts Aid Kyoto”

Official Selection

New York Arthouse Film Festival 2023
Tokyo International Cinema Awards 2023
Berlin International Art Film Festival 2023
Montreal Women Film Festival 2023
Berlin Women Cinema Festival 2024
 
Venice Experimental Video and Performing Art Festival 2023 Italy
Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello – Venice, May 19.
 
Fringe Festival Edinburgh
From August 02 – 26
http://www.insightsplatforms.com/the-artists-of-insightsdigital.html
 
Dance Camera Istanbul 2023
From September 22 – October 2, 2023. Dance Camera Istanbul is a unique screen dance festival based in Istanbul, Turkey, that features choreography for the camera, experimental short films that emphasize movement design, and dance documentaries.
 
Light Moves Festival 2023
From 9 – 12 November 2023 in Limerick City, Ireland. Featuring vibrant encounters bridging dance, digital, and screen-based practices.

Tomo Sone

Tomo Sone is an independent choreographer, performer, and producer born in Kyoto, Japan.

Interdisciplinary activities often inspire her work. In the past few years, she collaborated in her works with artists from different fields, and she was invited to participate in interdisciplinary residency programs such as Hospitalfield (UK), 40+08 Art Marathon (Israel), and AADK Spain (Spain).

Her body of work is often based on human relationships, presence, and inner struggles. Her interest is focused mainly on the relationship between humans and their circumstances in life and how people react to the events surrounding them.
Her works are presented by Suzanne Dellal Center (Israel), Gdansk Dance Festival
(Poland), Kyoto Art Center (Japan), and the National Arts Festival by the Ministry of Culture in Japan (Japan), among others. Additionally, she was a finalist in the international solo contest at the Festival Internacional de Danza Contemporánea de la Ciudad de México in 2020 (Mexico).

Akane

Akane, a UK-based Japanese artist, seamlessly blends past and future in surreal digital art. Influenced by Japanese art, mythology, and space-time concepts, her creations are a dance of contrasts.

Utilizing techniques like C4D, Lens Studio, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion to create works that merge timeless elements with modernity. Her art reflects a journey through ancient cultures and contemporary expression, inviting viewers on a journey through time and imagination. Exhibited internationally and featured in magazines.

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