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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Yasuo Akai-Diderot's Clock-man

1. Beating an Un-dead Horse (6'07")
2. From the Ridgeline (4'39")
3. Interlude (1'37")
4. Diderotâs Clock-man (1'58")
5. Slow Blues (8'44")

Yasuo Akai, Tokyo-based composer, worked with the German choreographer Thomas
Plischke, and participated in some residency programs in Belgium.

Yasuo Akai - My interests lie in performing arts, art history/theory, and acoustic ecology. While I was classically trained as a musical composer, I participated in some contemporary dance technique workshops. I participated in some residency programs in Belgium (2002-5); worked with Thomas Plischke and Kattrin Deufert, as a musician/dancer (2002-3); danced for Jean-Claude Gallotta at Shizuoka Performing Arts Center (1999); took my B.A. at Kyoto City University of Arts (1993). (From Yasuo's website) http://www.archive.org/download/DiderotsClockManem136/DiderotsClockManem136_vbr_mp3.zip

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