Minimum Movement Dialogue by Maho Ogawa
May 8th at 4pm, 2021
Online location to be announced in April.
I am pleased to announce my movement exhibition Minimum Movement Dialogue - focusing on the process of movement language to understand cultures beyond ideological / aesthetic differences in body movement.
The presentation is a hybrid performance of online movement catalog and a live-streamed performance by four dancers on May 8th.
Miles Butler, Ursula Eagly, Carolyn Hall , Karim Tharani, Maho Ogawa
Web app collaboration for ‘Minimum Movement Catalog’
Please get your ticket HERE
[Minimum Movement Catalog]のパフォーマンス映像がNYのギャラリーWhiteBox にて12/6まで展示中です。
curated by Kyoko Sato, WhiteBox Harlem, 2020（キュレーター佐藤恭子、ホワイトボックス ・ハーレム、2020年）
November 14 – December 6, 2020 | Tue – Sun, 12-6pm
Asako Iwasawa, Aya Uekawa, Chié Shimizu, Junko Yoda, Kayoko Nakamura, Kazuko Miyamoto, Keiko Miyamori, Kunié Sugiura, Kyoko Hamaguchi, Maho Ogawa, Minako Iwamura, Momoyo Torimitsu, Noriko Shinohara, Sachigusa Yasuda, Tamiko Kawata, Yoko Toda, Yukari Edamitsu
[Prosthetic Gestures (from the nation called Japan)] will be presented at "Traces of Life" from 10/17 - 11/16
I’m performing in Abigail Levine’s choreography for Alvin Lucier’s beautiful music work at ISSUE PROJECT ROOM.
This will be a great evening.
If you scroll down, you’ll find my name&bio as one of the performers.
I gave a movement workshop in Tokyo using my method and Viewpoint method on 1/14/2020.
I had a final presentation for the fall semester 2019 at Brooklyn College on 12/16/2019.
I worked as a writer in residence/ dramaturgy for Kota Yamazaki and Mina Nishimura at Mount Tremper Art in August 2019
Minimum Movement Catalog work in progress showing at Lift Off residency program showing in July 2019.
Minimum Movement Catalog
work in progress showing # 14
At Domestic Performance Agency
567 Carlton Avenue. Brooklyn 11238
7/20 / 2018
Starting time will be announced soon.
Of Serra (to movement) begins with the forms of Richard Serra’s iconic Prop pieces and performs a substitution of materials—from steel forms to human bodies. Sound design by Paula Matthusen. With performers Maho Ogawa and Vitche-Boul Ra.
Monday-Thursday, June 11-14, 2018 4-7p (Maho performs on 11th from 5-7pm and on 12th from 4-5pm and 6-7pm)
Closing reception June 14, 7p
Fridman Gallery 287 Spring Street, NYC
Maho Ogawa performs in Athena Kokoronis's work with wonderful artists on June 9 2018 at Dance and Process at The Kitchen.
This event features new works and is the culmination of a ten-week group process of sharing work and feedback. Facilitated by Moriah Evans and Yve Laris Cohen, and featuring work by Lauren Bakst, NIC Kay, Athena Kokoronis, and Angie Pittman.
Initiated in 1995, Dance and Process is The Kitchen's longest running series. Dance and Process stages an interrogation of methods of choreographic and dance practice, whereby artists challenge default structures in their own work and the field at large.
June 8, 8pm: Lauren Bakst and NIC Kay
June 9, 6pm: Athena Kokoronis and Angie Pittman
Tickets: $15 General ($12 for Members) for a single performance. $20 for both.
On the afternoon of June 9, between 3 and 6pm, join Athena Kokoronis of Domestic Performance Agency and guests for cooking, food sampling, and shopping from an array of Domestic Performance Agency items including the launch of DPA's first cookbook published in collaboration with Yonkers International Press. FREE.
Starting in 2013, Minimum Movement Catalog (www.suisoco.com/choreography/minimum-movement-catalog/) currently consists of 83 movement instructions, an ongoing study that archives the simplest movements of the human body and compares them in different media and structures. This movement-based research aims to reveal clarity in mechanisms and systems of body movements with the goal of finding objective methods of executing movement.
2/1~3/ 2018 at Danspace Project
Performed by Mina Nishimura with Martita Abril, Jonathan Burkland, Lydia Chrisman, Samuel Hanson, Maho Ogawa, Ilana Stuelpner, and Niko Tsocanos
Music Composed by Masahiro Sugaya
Lighting Design by Kathy Kaufmann
Costumes by Kota Yamazaki
*11/28 Tuesday at 7:30pm
朝起きてすぐ動きを一つづつ足していく方法で作った振り付けをベースに、継続中の作品Minimum Movement Catalog をお客さんに引いてもらって合体させていく作品です。共演するほかの振付家さんも面白い方達で上映後はアフタートークもあります。
Performance Studio Open House presents works-in-progress and a discussion with the artists about the development process for new movement and dance.
PSOH: February features work by Ayano Elson, Maho Suiso Ogawa (pictured), and Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal.
Post-showing discussion moderated by Jen McGinn.
ブルックリンにある、Domestic Performance Agency(DPA) という、" パフォーマンスがどう日常に存在しうるか " という実験をするためのスタジオにて、NYで初めてのフルイブニングイベントを行うことになりました。DPAについては、発起人であるAthenaとMovement Research が行ったインタビューに詳しく載っていますのでこちらをご参照ください。私は6月からDPAにて創作活動を行っていまして、この場所や環境にインスパイアされ、以前の作品にない要素を色々と試みています。
At the next performance happening at the DPA, Maho Suiso Ogawa will present her choreographic material, “The Way of Drinking Hot Water”. In “The Way of Drinking Hot Water” Suiso will pull together elements of ritual and sensorial textures to accompany her usage of the Minimum Movement Catalog. Minimum Movement Catalog is a database of 112 movements which Suiso has created and continues to compile through the years. In it, she notes the fine or hard to see movement components within a larger gesture. Hope you will join us for one of these shows.
The Way of Drinking Hot Water 2016
November 16 1pm Doors open at 12:45
November 17&18 8pm Doors open 7:45
Admission $5-30 donation
RSVP ( 8 seats per showing) : email@example.com
Domestic Performance Agency
567 Carlton Avenue. Brooklyn 11238
Maho "Suiso" Ogawa is a New York based movement artist originally from Japan.
After studying ballet, traditional Japanese dance, Butoh, and graduating from Wako University, She came to the U.S. in 2011. Her works have been shown in various venues in Tokyo, Seoul, and New York: Raft in Tokyo, Korea & Japan Dance Festival in Seoul, Whenever Wherever Festival in Tokyo, Za Koenji in Tokyo, Dance New Amsterdam Theater in NY, Soak Festival at Cave in NY, The CURRENT SESSIONS at Wild Project in NY, Spring Movement at the Center for Performance Research in NY, New York University Grey Gallery in NY. She’s given many choreography workshops with performance residencies. Ogawa’s work was presented by the Whenever Wherever Dance Festival in 2010, 2011 & 2013 in Tokyo. For example, the work “GRID on GRID” (2010) was presented on the stairs in front of Asahi Art Square building in Tokyo, and “Grid with fingers and arms” (2011) was live streamed over the internet as well as performed at Morishita Studio in Tokyo. In 2013 the Tokyo Culture Creation Project invited her to research and create a piece about the human body’s behavior. The work, “Behavior Patterns for the 23rd Century”, supported by a Tokyo Metropolitan Government grant, was composed of people’s subconscious movement patterns in daily life. Her movement database “Minimum Movement Catalog(MMC)” was published in an on-line magazine “Conectom”, published by LEIMAY in 2013, and its theater version was presented at the Soak Festival(NY), The CURRENT SESSIONS(NY), Spring Movement(NY), and Whenever Wherever Dance Festival(Tokyo).
Grey Art Gallery, New York University
100 Washington Square East
Tuesday, October 20, 6:30 pm 2015
Gallery Conversation and Performance
With Kunié Sugiura, artist in the exhibition; Suiso Ogawa, dancer and choreographer; and Pato Hebert, associate arts professor of Art & Public Policy, NYU.
Offered in conjunction with the exhibition For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968–1979, presented in New York City in two parts:
at the Grey Art Gallery, New York University (September 10–December 7, 2015)
and Japan Society Gallery (October 9, 2015–January 10, 2016).
For more information on the exhibition,
Grey Art Gallery, NYU:
www.nyu.edu/greyart, firstname.lastname@example.org, 212/998-6780
at Hatch series
May 2nd Saturday at 8pm 2015
Choreographer: Maho Suiso Ogawa
Dancers: Laura Neese, Maho Suiso Ogawa
Venue: The Works Studio - 131 West 24th street, 4th floor (between 6th and 7th ave), New York, NY, 10011
Tickets : $15 at the door or as a donation made online at www.jmtw.org
Spring Movement @ CPR on April 16th at 7:30pm, 2015
CPR – Center for Performance Research will present Spring Movement, a
three-night festival of works by 12 emerging and established choreographers in dance and performance, April 16-18, 2015 at 7:30pm. The festival will include new and previously presented work that
spans dance, movement-based work, and performance art. Each evening will feature four different artists performing under CPR’s brand new state of the art LED theatrical lighting system, procured
on CPR’s behalf through the generous support of New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs and the Mertz Gilmore Foundation. CPR is thrilled to announce the participating artists for Spring
April 16th 7:30pm
361 Manhattan Avenue Unit 1, Brooklyn, New York 11211
Thursday April 16:
Maho Ogawa – MMC duet
Julia Crockett & Group– Tiny Parties
Sally O'Neill and Tuva Hildebrand – That Disgusting Thing Called Intimacy
Stephanie Liapis – The Building of a Sphere
Siiso-Maho Movement Workshop in Kamakura, Japan on Aug 3 2014.
When : Aug 3rd 2014 - 10:30~12:30
AT : Oomachi Kaikan 大町会館 http://www.kamakura.info/S104625.html
FEE : ¥3000
Reservation & More info: http://gyrotonickamakura.com/blog/invitation/1047/
[The Soldier's Tale] May 26th Monday 2014
[Fertile Ground dance festival]
Date-April 27th Sunday at 7pm.
Venue- GREEN SPACE 37-24 24th st 301 Long Island City NY
the CURRENT SESSIONS
Suiso Ogawa PERFORMANCE TIMES:
Friday // March 7, 2014 at 730p
Sunday // March 9, 2014 at 3p w/ TALKBACK
wild project, 195 E 3rd St (between Ave A + B)
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