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Images of the world premiere of Flowers of the Bones and a performance of The Rite of Spring by H. Art Chaos at the 2009 American Dance Festival. Commentary by Belem Destefani and Sarah Ewald. Produced by Byron Woods.
Tags: Shino Kido, modern dance, H Art Chaos, Naoko Shirakawa, Flowers of the Bones, The Rite of Spring, Video
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