I cannot know my own limit. I only continue standing in front of that “unknowingness,” powerless as a dead body. The nikutai (body) is individual, separated, “the sharing of something that is impossible to share.”
What we share is the zone of analogy regarding the “unknowingness that nobody knows,” its “separation,” and the deepness and shallowness of the “ecart” zone.
The point at which dance should stay, at which it should stop at, the border, the interface--that is the “unknowingness” and “easiness of understanding.” No, it is better to say “the easiness of understanding ‘what is unknown’ rather than “unknowingness.”
We can analogize the pain of others through our own pain. But it is through the intermediary filter of analogy.
I cannot dance for love, for illusions...
It is to know that, in front of them, everything is useless. It is to be useful while being useless.
-- Ko Murobushi (from a flyer)