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Nana Miki’s Ethereal at Shapeshifter Lab

By Christopher Pelham

In the evening-length dance “Ethereal,” choreographer Nana Miki seeks to convey through dance what it’s like to live with longing for the intangible, seeking some kind of invisible, spiritual connection while believing that such connections are fleeting and few. While her subject may be romantic or mystical, her physical language and imagery are for the […]

Gallery opening performance of Inner Child

By Flo Ankah

Inner Child is Live Performance with Nana Miki at Laurence Miller Gallery for the opening of “Notes from Underground: Memories of My Uncle”  by Japanese photographer KAZUO SUMIDA, January 31 – February 23, 2013. I sang La Bohème, almost a cappella.  There are 3 chords on the guitar.  I don’t play the guitar, it just […]