Satoshi Haga
Space Grant (2000/2001)

Satoshi Haga grew up in Fukushima, Japan where he never thought he would ever become interested in dance. He has started his career as a performing artist since the 1980s in New York.

As a choreographer and 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, The Yard in MA.

He performed Off-Broadway production of Charles Ludlum’s “The Artificial Jungle” in 2017. He also does collaborate work with Jen Shyu (composer & Vocalist), performing at many venues including The Met Breuer/The Metropolitan Museum of Art with Vijay Iver, The Rubin Museum, Roulette, Jazz gallery and other music venues. As well as choreographing and directing Opel and Land Rover at The Tokyo Motor Show.

Satoshi is also a visual artist and occasionally incorporates his work into binbinFactory’s dance performance. The first solo show of his drawings and sculptures was held at the Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn in 2012. Recently he participated in Group Show “Le Festival de Bargemon” South France in 2019.