YOZAKURA

Yozakura (Night Sakura) is an old Japanese tradition of viewing cherry blossom at night. Sakura blossoms are the symbolic flowers of the spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life.  The light, the sound and the performance by Sakurako explore  the fragility of the blossom in - between the light and the darkness. 

Butoh dance performer - Sakurako 

Costume designer - Radvilė Juozapaitytė 

Electronic sound composer - Phil Von 

Shakuhachi flute - Agnė Vasiliauskaitė

Harp - Gabrielė Ašmontaitė  

Graphic design - KlimaiteKlimaite

Light installations - Rūta Palionytė

Art director - Rūta Palionytė 

Lights and sound - Light and Loud, Gaudrė

Photos, film & editting  - Karolis Čivinskas

Production house - PB Užupis Art Incubator

Patron of the event - Embassy of Japan in Lithuania

Host of event - Vilnius University Botanical Garden, Vingis Department

Supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture

Special thanks to:

 

PB Design Education Lab

PB Vilnius club Atėnė

PB Cultural workshop Beepart

Simas Rinkevičius

Marija Olšauskaitė

Vilnius university botanical garden, Vingis department, Lithuania. April 21, 2018.

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