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Based in Holland, Japanese choreographer/dancer Kenzo Kusuda reveals the poetry of the dancing body. Kusuda takes the audience to a world filled with imagination. His work is possessed of a mystic beauty that lies beyond the perception of our physical senses. Simply with the body's movement on an almost empty stage, he is able to reveal that which is the invisible.
In the days he was studying economics and business management and working part-time at the fish market in Tokyo, Kusuda discovered dance as his form of expression and gained almost immediate recognition with his very personal and intense movement language.
Since moving to The Netherlands in 1999, Kusuda has created a vast series of unique and personal choreographies, profiling him as one of the most poetic choreographers in Dutch dance. Kusuda has created a lot of pieces working with “KORZO Production” in The Hague.
Kusuda's work stems from a highly original imagination and aims for a communication with his audience precisely by finding a connection with their imaginative powers.