Kaoro Ito returns to the Grand Théâtre with a new adult themed dance piece that explores the idea of fetishism.
Familiar to Grand Théâtre audiences, Japanese choreographer and dancer Kaoro Ito was the subject of a work by Aurélien Bory last season.
Her new work features the dancers of Ballets C de la B. Titled Asobi, it explores the meaning of the word, which seems to have many meanings but is a name given to mean “game” in an adult, sensual context--mostly sexual, fetishist and predominantly masculine practices. These obsessive and repetitive pleasure practices assume different forms.
Ito’s work involves remarkably precise and radical gestures, in both tender and more violent moments. Accompanied by one female and two male dancers, Ito executes a dance that expresses both female and male lust, sensuality and sexuality.
Grand Théâtre, Rond-Point Schuman, Luxembourg-Limpertsberg