''My art is about the body seeking freedom from human and cultural programming.

It is performed in an altered state of consciousness, a modern form of shamanism.

Perceiving the body as a colony of trillions and trillions of cells, each with its own memory, resonating with life, co-creating life, makes it possible to drop the mind and sink deep into the body to dance the whole of existence.''

Honza researches Butoh since 2007.

He studied with Itto Morita, Atsushi Takenouchi, Ken May, Yumiko Yoshioka, Yuko Ota, Imre Thormann, Iwana Masaki, Yukio Waguri and Natsu Nakajima.

Honza spend two and a half years at the Himalaya Subbody Butoh School of Lee Rhizome.

2017 he founded the Free Butoh School.

He is also a computer scientist, a graphic designer a visual artist and a beggar.

We have to find new ways all the time

Hijikata told us that death and rebirth must be every day again.

Experiment after experiment after experiment.

Research, evolution, revolution.

The patterns we find. We have to break them to be free.

For every cell alive here and now, so many lost their life.

That is the darkness of the body.