By Aoi Kayaga and Ido Barak
“Maybe I can be empty with you.”
When we allow ourselves to be empty there is space to be full. Permission to be and explore the possibilities, opportunities and existences, within and in relation to another being.
An attempt at freedom.
Born in Akita, Japan, in 1990. She was dancing in Izumi Kawamura Dance Company from 2001. She also created pieces as a choreographer and performed in the several places in Japan. She got 3rd prize of National dance contest in Saitama, Japan in 2014. She received a scholarship from the Agency for clutural affairs in Japan to further her studies abroad, and joined to the Vertigo International Dance Program in Israel in 2017-2018. Now she is dancing in the Sigal Armoza Dance Group, The project of Vertigo Dance Company “Birth of the Phoenix” and The project of Sharona Florsheim.
Born in 1992, Jerusalem. He joined the vertigo dance program in 2016-2018. Ido has danced in “between heaven and earth” festival in Jerusalem, “Salome” by the Israeli Opera and Vertigo’s “Birth of the Phoenix.