Performance, course, event

24-25.03.2018 SÍN Arts and Culture Centre

We would like to invite you to take part at the two day MIND THE DANCE lab, taking place in Budapest, Hungary, on the 24th and 25th of March, 2018.

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Premiere: 28.03.2018 Trafó

Three young men have gone to the forest to hunt. Just like in a tale. But what are they hunting for, if there are only the three of them in this sterile space?

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13-14.03.2018 20:00 MU Theatre

PROGRAM
March 13
20:00-20:40
LUCA DÖMÖTÖR: UNI
Uni is a prefix in latin for numerous words, like universal, unity, universe, etc. All of these mean a combination of many. But uni is also one, or alone…this controversy gives the base of this piece.
Two dancers and two musician submerge in vibration, experimenting with the overlapping resonance of sound and movement. The performance has its unique, colorful atmosphere, with a special abstract way of communication between them through the basic sensory experiences of seeing, hearing, moving, touching etc.
The performers keep on practicing being together with balancing …

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Premiere: 10.03.2017. MU Theatre

Sleeping Beauty Project invites the viewers into the transit zone of our inner world and the outer reality. Through text, sound and lights the viewers will experience their own virtual performance and will be offered a space of togetherness.

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Application deadline: 15.02.2018

YOU ARE HERE! is here. Notice that this year’s Call is not called ‘Call for Proposals.’ This is for a simple reason. Namely, it’s the Symposium of 2018 that has a proposal for you!
You are hereby invited to bring your work, inquiry, ideas, reflections forward and join the community that will attempt to instant-compose a socio-political, choreographic sculpture of experience-based knowledge – and so collectively and collaboratively put together the 2018 IDOCDE Symposium entitled:
You are here!

More than ever before, the success of the IDOCDE Symposium depends on what you bring to the …

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Premiere: 09.02.2018 Trafó

Endless game, art of precision and self-parody or fake documentary insight into the creative processes of art making? 
It is already a task to decide where the stage ends and where it faces, the stage on which Patrik Kelemen, Dávid Mikó, Gáspár Téri, Tamás Bakó and Máté Mészáros, the choreographer – although there are several contestants to his position here – move with enormous energies. 
However the ambivalent states promised by the title are not necessarily expected from them: it is the audience that is puzzled when faced with the artists’ ideas …

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