As part of the Japan week, 2016, Alliance Française Accra is pleased to present a Butoh Dance Show by Adam Wojcinski. His performance practice explores classical Japanese aesthetics, disciplines and philosophy in a contemporary context. He aims to democratize the elitism and rigidity that restricts access to elegant pursuits, so that their beauty is available and accessible to all.
The artist’s works are rooted in tea ritual, butoh, poetry and shamanism. The themes explored in Wojcinski’s art examine duality and the ephemeral beauty that is the transience of life. Through the artist’s communion between the old and new he seeks to elevate and disseminate timeless truth, wisdom, beauty, unity, sensuality and peace.
RATE: 20GHC FOR ADULTS, 10GHC FOR AF STUDENTS AND CULTURAL
MEMBERS, FREE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16
Fri 7th October, 2016
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm