A life long desire to learn Japanese Butoh has been following me around since my teens when I saw my sister Fabiana Louro, that is an amazing actress, dancing Butoh in one of her plays. In 2016 I was finally ready to start studying it, and since then, this most unique Japanese form of expression, famously called "the dance of the darkness", became my gateway to explore darker corners of my mind I normally do not allow time and space to properly approach and explore. I traveled to Chicago, New York and Mexico to learn and perform Butoh with amazing dancers that inspired me deeply. Here I share a few pictures and videos of the projects I developed  in conjunction with contemporary music composers and other dancers. You will find a list of pieces I am currently performing that involve Butoh, Toy Pianos, Electronic music and Sound Sculpture in my REPERTOIRE list, under Solo Recitals: Nebula's Toys.