Half Japanese half Zimbabwean/South African, fully human. Trained in martial arts, street dance and contemporary dance theater, he seeks to communicate beyond culture and form(ality). Kazuma works in a versatile wide spectrum; performing in close collaboration with political and environmental activists, touring with internationally renowned choreographers, creating in cutting edge commercial work, teaching, and dancing alone in nature...
Kazuma has worked with Richard Siegal (Forsythe Company) in a site specific project in Egypt after the revolution, Tsuyoshi Shirai + Takayuki Fujimoto in NODE~Old man in the desert~ touring Aichi Triennalle, KAAT in Japan and Hong Kong, Perrine Valli (FR/CH) in Deproduction touring France, Switzerland, Germany and Singapore. His solo Lies/Harmony ~a dance after Fukushima has been performed in Tokyo, Fukushima, Berlin and Beijing and Theory of Evolution has been invited by Goethe Institute in Siberia in a festival where he also created an environmental dance piece with children/youth.
Kazuma is a co-founder and permanent resident artist of Lake Studios Berlin, an international dance research, residency and performance center.
Kazuma has studied at Hunter College NY, and Chapman University, CA.
Berlin , Germany
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