OMOÏ, The Wind House

Uiko Watanabe/Sarah Wery

DANCE I MUSIC

Created at La Raffinerie on November 21, 2016
From 16 years old

OMOI 思いthink
OMOI 重い physical gravity, mental gravity
OMOI 想い longing, loving someone
OMOI is like a distant thought.

It is not directly loving, or formulating an “I love you”, which is active.

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In Japanese, the sound “OMOI” has different meanings, depending on the Chinese character used.
OMOI 思いthink
OMOI 重い physical gravity, mental gravity
OMOI 想い longing, loving someone
OMOI is like a distant thought.

It is not directly loving, or formulating an “I love you”, which is active. It is rather never to forget, to recognize that there is love between us, and to hold on to this memory as in a space external to oneself.
OMOI, the wind house, a dance and music piece, is in this space. Through sensations, images, memories, the public is transported on Uiko's journey in search of his home. Between Japan and Belgium, her memories and her questions, she seeks how to live on the border.

Choreography Uiko Watanabe  |  Composition Sarah Wery |  Creation and interpretation  Uiko Watanabe and Sarah Wery |  Lighting design / technique Michel Delvigne |  Electronic-live creation Moritz Morast |  Outside view Jean-Baptiste Calame, Roger Vinas, Adrien Lambinet |  Acknowledgments Mioko Yoshihara, Pierre Renaux, Loreline Decat, Véronique Delmelle, Marc Galo

Co-production  Charleroi Dances |  Ars Musica

Code-Star Art and Life  :  9130 – 1

 
 
Diary 

15/11/2016

*PREMIERE, La Raffinerie/Charleroi Danse, Bruxelles (Be)

05/10/2017

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19/04/2018

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