The first publication of interdisciplinary work based on Ogawa's practice was in the online magazine “Conectom,” published by Leimay-Cave in 2013. Since then, Ogawa and various collaborators have experimented with communicating MMC via multiple strategies including dance performances, motion capture, audience participation, and a performance with a lecture in the middle.
[ Minimum Movement Catalog - #13 ]
Minimum Movement Catalog #12 Graphics
11/28/2017 at Dixon Place, NY.
Choreography & Performed by Maho Ogawa
Dramaturge & Graphic Design by Erika Choe
PSOH: February features work by Ayano Elson, Maho Ogawa, and Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal. Post-showing discussion moderated by Jen McGinn.
February 28 at 8pm 2017
CPR (361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn)
Performance Studio Open House presents works-in-progress and a discussion with the artists about the development process for new movement and dance.
The Way of Drinking Hot Water 2016 at Domestic Performance Agency
November 16 1pm, November 17&18 8pm Admission $5-30 donationRSVP ( 8 seats per showing) :
Domestic Performance Agency www.domesticperformanceagency.com
567 Carlton Avenue. Brooklyn 11238
At the next performance happening at the DPA, Maho Ogawa will present her choreographic material, “The Way of Drinking Hot Water”. In “The Way of Drinking Hot Water” Maho 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 Maho 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.
MMC at Spring Movement at the Center for Performance Research in NY in 2015
MMC revised version was performed at Hatch in NY in 2015.
Minimum Movement Catalog at SOAK Festival in NY in 2013