performative, participative, urban-pictogram walk the adaptation of Mechanics of Distance
…focuses on positioning static and moving bodies in space, cramming matching and mismatched systems into it and examining the distance between bodies.
The legend says that Nibiru is the tenth planet of the solar system, which when crashing into Earth will end the forms of life as we know them now.
Previous Next Photo: László BELLAI / Máté BARTHA Premiered on 22-23 January 2019 at Trafó House of Contemporary House, Budapest ’Gleamy mucosa drew up against the blue islands connecting your empires. The wind whirled aluminium parts, and you were running away from the volcano sliding on plastic shield. But it didn’t erupt, it just murmured […]
Previous Next Photo: Vera ÉDER Premiered on 9-10 February 2018 at Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest Endless game, art of precision and self-parody or fake documentary insight into the creative processes of art making? The very first task is to decide where the stage ends and where it faces, the stage on which the […]
Eight creatures, eight female bodies. Virgins, queens, thinkers, mothers and warriors. They appear for you and through you. Your imagination brings them to life and they are ready to take back what is theirs.
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Previous Next Photo: Zsófia HEVÉR Premiered on 17-18 November 2016 at Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest Veronika Szabó: Queendom – teaser from SIN Arts Centre on Vimeo Szöveg Támogatók Previous Next
Previous Next Premiered on 25 September 2016 at MU Theatre, Budapest What is this number? A new mobile phone model? I’ve googled it. Beta 1.7 Minecraft 1.7 update… it could be the new 1.7 chick of Pygmalion. I have clicked them through but found no content that relates to the female body. However, it relates […]
The performance looks into the possibilities underlying the instances of and our relationship with failure in the language of new circus. The performance is based on a confession – a text recorded by an acrobat 35 years of age.