there is no end to more interview
check out this interview with artists working on jeremy wade’s show opening thursday at japan society:
Japan Society presents the world premiere of its commission to Bessie Award- winning American choreographer Jeremy Wade. In a bold and violent juxtaposition of movement, text, animation and video of manga (Japanese comics) drawing, Wade takes a playful and cynical look at consumerism and Japanese kawaii (cute) culture- from the infantile fluff of Hello Kitty to teenage doe-eyed love portrayed in anime- exploring its ubiquitous influence on the world today.
Wade, American-in-Berlin, directs there is no end to more, a solo for a salesman in which he sells his own super show, performed by actor/ dancer Jared Gradinger in collaboration with Brooklyn-based Japanese manga artist/ illustrator Hiroki Otsuka,Berlin-based video artist Veith Michel, musician Brendan Dougherty and architectsKatja Mitte and Henning Ströh with text cowritten by Wade and visual artist/ writerMarcos Rosales.
there is no end to more
December 3-5 at 7:30 PM