Thursday, 7 May 2009

Roaming: It doesn’t really matter if it’s actually raining or not–what matters is where the rain is coming from - Yoko Ishiguro

Yoko Ishiguro is a performance maker, performer and actress. She studied psycholingistics in University of Tsukuba and participated in experimental theatre companies in Japan.

In 2005, Yoko Ishiguro started to create her own/collaboration pieces in/out of Japan. Mostly, her works are sight-specific and time-specific andhave been performed to look at“co-existence”, “time and distance” and “individual memories andcollective memory” by distorting the meanings of the venues and relationships between theperformances the audience and bringing some theatrical techniques includingher physical existence and some daily technologies such as the internet andvideo.

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