Asobi: les ballets C de la B, Bijloke Muziekcentrum, SPECTRA / Kaori Ito (c) Beeldstorm

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Asobi – adult game
Kaori Ito
les ballets C de la B, Muziekcentrum De Bijloke, SPECTRA

Asobi literally means ‘adult game’ in Japanese and it refers to the superfluous and pleasurable activities of adult life. Games of risk, fight, competition, theatre, dance, sex…, all activities in search of euphoria, surrender, exaltation. In Japan, these games are the exclusive privilege of men. Women are, as we speak, not allowed to lose themselves in such useless things.
Asobi wants to disclose that most of these adult games are basically driven by voyeurism: whether we talk about pornography, fetishism, or even the comfortable position of the spec-tator at the theatre. More than a feminist insight in what voyeurism might mean, Asobi is an attempt to go beyond unilateral voyeurism and wants to reveal the physical vulnerability and animal surrender of the dancing human being who knowingly exposes himself to the gaze of others.
Four dancers (two women and two men) are on stage, and a massive mirror that confronts the viewer with his own gaze.
The decadent, erotic universe created by Asobi is partly inspired by the bizarre and ambiguous visual language of the French surrealistic writer and filmmaker Jean Cocteau (1889-1963). The music, composed by the French composers Guillaume Perret and Marybel Dessagnes, is inspired by work of contemporaries of Jean Cocteau, composers such as Claude Debussy (1862-1918) and Maurice Ravel (1875-1937).
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