TIME AND DANCE MINI FESTIVAL

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 between ego and empathy, taking the lead or being led, offend and defend lasting for understanding. Can cooperation and equality last? We are balancing on the edge of me, you and us. Why we keep on being together? Do we comprehend the significance of being alone? The creators are putting these questions on a universal human level of existance.

Concept: Luca Dömötör
Performers: Viola Lévai, Luca Dömötör
Musicians: Elemér Balázs Jr. – piano, Kornál Hencz – drum, Dániel Dudu Horváth – violin
Costume: nemkool fashion
Lights: Mátyás Major
Supporters: Új Előadóművészeti Alapítvány (H), SÍN Arts and Culture Centre (H), The Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw (CZ), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (H), Fundacija cialo/umysl (CZ), Hungarian Cultural Year of Poland 2016/17 (CZ), Centrum Sztuki Wspólczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski (CZ)

LUCA

March 13
21:10-22:00

LIOR LAZAROF: VARIATION OF INTERIOR

This solo is an experiment in real-time; an inhabitation of constructed space; a game that swings between levels of internalization; a formalised distance that aims to create greater intimacy.

Creator, performer: Lior Lazarof
Partner in creation: Attila Andrási

Supporters: Workshop Foundation (H), L1 Association (H),  SÍN Arts and Culture Centre (H), Ministry of Human Capacities (H), The Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw (CZ), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (H), Fundacija cialo/umysl (CZ), Hungarian Cultural Year of Poland 2016/17 (CZ), Centrum Sztuki Wspólczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski (CZ)

Lior Lazarof másolata

March 13
20:00 – continuously

ANIELA KOKOSZA: I GIVE YOU TIME

The project will be an attempt to escape from the pressure of time, come into existence in the parallel universe and find time-independent state of mind, an experiment based on questioning the boundaries between giving and receiving.
Succesful existance in time-free space is as impossible as survining in vacuum space, nevertheless, the performer wants to share the comfort zone that she creates with her audience and by that – give them time. What will they do with it? Everything depends on them…

Creator, performer: Aniela Kokosza
Producer: Fundacja Ciało/Umysł

Supporters: The Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw (CZ), The municipal City of Warsaw (CZ), The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (CZ), The Ministry of Foreing Affairs and Trade (H), Center for Contemporary Art – Zamek Ujazdowski (CZ)

fot Marta Ankiersztejn (3)

 

March 14
20:00 – 20:40

ANNA BICZÓK: PRECEDENTS TO A POTENTIAL FUTURE

A solo lecture-performance connecting impressions, imagination and memories, linking them to the present moment. What is there that can not be seen? Where is the moment where we create meaning? How text, sound, image and sensations complete each other to make us understand a phenomena as “experience”? A mixture of expressions create narrative to a performance that is – or not – present.

Creator, performer: Anna Biczók
Music: Vince Varga
Costume: Emese Kasza (MEI KAWA)
Light design and technical care: Kata Dézsi
Special thanks: László Fülöp, Ármin Szabó-Székely

Supporters: SÍN Arts and Culture Centre (H), Workshop Foundation (H), Ministry of Human Capacities (H), The Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw (CZ), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (H), Fundacija cialo/umysl (CZ), Hungarian Cultural Year of Poland 2016/17 (CZ), Centrum Sztuki Wspólczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski (CZ)

Wieczor etiud_1 fot. kasia chmura WWW-32

 

March 14
20:50-21:20

ULA ZEREK: EXPOSURE

I am interested in time as varied measure of individual presence experience constructed with many layers and bent plates though inseparable yet distant from each other.
Depending on taken perspective the sensation, perception as well as shape of time vary. Within time there is only one dimension of physical experience supplemented by space. Nevertheless emotional capacity enables wider perception going beyond the comfort zone.
Feeling paralel realities awakes emotions which influence the here and now.
Initial inspiration for the work was Eadweard Muybridge’s motion study pictures. Trying to stop the movement he made set of pictures creating moving image. This circular paradox of time in Muybridge’s works as well as desire of grasping the imperceptible are both very interesting aspects for me.
Exploring the issue of time I confront movement with photography both on a partnership as well as juxtaposition level. At a starting point I take movement as a flow of time and photography as its capture to later inverse this order. With light and exposure value as a pivotal element of emerging images I am building my personal movement exposition focusing both in motion and in capture on subtle details.

Creator, performer: Ula Zerek
Producer: Fundacja Ciało/Umysł
Photography: Tomek Zerek
Music: WODA – Adam Witkowski&Krzysztof Arszyn Topolski

Supporters: The Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw (CZ), The municipal City of Warsaw (CZ), The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (CZ), The Ministry of Foreing Affairs and Trade (H), Center for Contemporary Art – Zamek Ujazdowski (CZ)

Ula Zerek másolata

 

March 14
21:30-22:30

ALEKSANDRA BOŻEK-MUSZYŃSKA: THE DAY WHEN V. MADE ME THINK OR HOW I GOT RID OF PROCRASTINATION

„Dear viewer,
Close your eyes,
And let this questions pop
in your head,
Give yourself time for the answer…”

 

Violetta Villas once sang that ”time shall come for this…”. The starting point for this project is going to be based on the attempt to find an answer to the question: for what the time is yet to come?
Movement-based exploration, visually inspired by camp aesthetics , were preceded by a research and interviews conducted among a group of women of over 50 and 30 years of age.

Creator, performer: Ola Bożek-Muszyńska
Music: Jakub Pałys
Costumes: Ola Bożek-Muszyńska, Anna Czyżykiewicz
Producer: Fundacja Ciało/Umysł

Supporters: The Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw (CZ), The municipal City of Warsaw (CZ), The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (CZ), The Ministry of Foreing Affairs and Trade (H), Center for Contemporary Art – Zamek Ujazdowski (CZ)

fot. K. Chmura_Cegiełkowska1