Shibari Attack: Once again at the Free Practice time

We always say that the Free Practice time after Dojo Classes or Workshops are something that worth you dropping by for a visit.

At that time when we’ve already finished our tuition time, we receive guests and curious people wandering what we do, and some practices go in unpredictable ways. The room leaves it’s so special study and concentration mood, to turn to a bit more playground where the guests that allow and want to may get involved in a sudden Shibari Attack.

That special and beautiful hair of the sudden rope models, their desire to try how ropes would feel on their bodies, and their curiosity on how it would feel to be embedded in our art was the starting point of the art that followed, sudden and spontaneously between our own Dojo walls.

Shibari Attack is a group of artists that celebrate their passion for shibari by enhancing the spontaneity, the unexpected and surprising moments where they are able to create rope art in the blink of an eye in creative and unusual places. All these is built in a quick and vertiginous way, in such a manner that graphical testimonies are not always able to portrait it’s simple but yet intricate, fast but paused and ephemeral adrenaline rush. Due to the collective nature and joint action that Shibari Attack implies, it drives individual protagonism (both from riggers, models, photographers, and artists in general) to fade leaving place for the creativity beauty to shine from the group as a whole.

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