Founded in 2009, the Company Komusin produces choreographic creations with choreographer and dancer Lee Eun-young.
The central starting point of its interest and labor remains the corps. It is to develop choreographic gestures to enhance the uniqueness of individuals and allow the body to reveal new ways of existing. Choreographic research also feeds exchanges with experimental music and film. Each piece is constructed in this complementarity. Guillaume Mazard, multi-instrumentalist composer – musician collaborates with Lee Eun-young in all creations of the Company.
From her origins, Lee Eun-young performances join differents characteristics of western and estern cultures. From Asia, she gets an humanist philosophy which advocates the personal search of harmony and inner-wealth. In her choreographic approach, this side is recalled with the notion of ‘interior line’, and with deep and energic movements related with martial arts and sacred.
The concept of ‘interior line’, is an important characteristic of her style. According to this, breathing, presence, fluidity, energy or standing positions, follow a internal special itinerary. This energy turns into an emotionally charge, who emerges to her artistic interpretation.
From western culture, Lee Eun-young puts a cinematographic approach in her shows. Consequently, choreographic works of Komusin Company are usually accompanied by short- movies, specially produced for the show. Her pieces show a really expressive dance inspired from silent-film such as ‘Boxing’ of Buster Keaton and ‘My Uncle’ or ‘’Playtime’ of Jacques Tati.