Born in Sapporo, Japan, Kensaku Shinohara is an artist who brings an education in anthropology to bear on his work as a choreographer/performer. His creative work is naturally influenced by his Japanese perspective: conservative, subtle, formal, and informed by a rich history and tradition. He is extremely curious about nonverbal communication and the ways individuals express values and exercise boundaries. Based in NYC since 2009, his works have been performed in USA, Canada, Malaysia, Taiwan and Japan. Shinohara is a 2017/18 Harkness Dance Center Artist in Residence, and has received grants from the Japan Foundation (2016) and Queens Arts Fund (2016).
Past Classes & Events
Movement Research at the Judson Church
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