Chisato says in this dance she's using passages of time to tell a story from a deaf perspective, about rain and water.
She says hearing people can hear the rain but she can smell it.
And she can see the rain, and it's important to her where she is and where the rain is and how to see the sound of the water.
And she says her eyes create the rhythm of how the rain is moving.
And through the table and through the umbrella and through the body she can feel the sound.