My Awarded Projects
Satoshi Haga grew up in rural Japan where he never thought he would ever become interested in dance.
As a dancer, his works have been presented by venues including Aaron Davis Hall, Dia Art Foundation, The Madarts, Joyce SoHo, P.S. 122, Movement Research, 92nd street Y, Mulberry Street Theater, DanceNow [NYC], Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Japan Society in New York and Jacob’s Pillow, and The Yard in MA.
He has been collaborating with Jen Shyu (composer & Vocalist) and performing at Roulette, Jazz gallery and other music venues in New York, as well as choreographing and directing at the Tokyo Motor Show.
As an artist, Satoshi had a solo show of his drawings and sculptures at SoapBox Gallery in 2012 and was invited to E-Moves 14 which was part of 30th Anniversary of the Harlem Stage in 2013.
Satoshi also teaches movement linked to QI energy and Tai chi, and conducts healing sessions.
About binbinFactory: Satoshi Haga and Rie Fukuzawa have been collaborating as binbinFactory since 2010 and have been presented by many venues including DanceNow (2010-2013)/ Dance Conversations at the Flea/ Downtown Dance Festival/ Movement Research at Judson Church/ The Pearl at the Schermerhorn Theater/ and The Williamsburg Art & Historical Center.
binbinFactory’s first solo concert was presented at 92nd Street Y’s Harkness Dance Center and their first creation "THREAD," won 2nd place the same year at "THE A.W.A.R.D. Show!" presented by Joyce SoHo New York which included a grant by The Joyce Theater Foundation and a generous contribution from Scott Kasen to further create and expand their creativity.
binbinFactory are recipients of
Swing Space Residency from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council,
Resident artists at Union Street Dance,
Eva Dean Dance with Mertz Gilmore Creative Grant,
and FABnyc with The Standard High Line Hotel.
Satoshi is also an artist and occassionaly incorporates his work into binbinFactory’s dance. The Giacobetti Paul Gallery and SoapBox Gallery are where Satoshi has held his solo show of his drawings and sculptures.