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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.
Mechanics of Distance, a site specific or rather site-reflecting deep study on body-encounter-variations in a space within an unexpected new dimension where the movement of the elements seem accidental yet they are far-reaching and intentional and are a redefinition of proximity, inter-personal and inter-space interaction… The piece focuses on positioning static and moving bodies in space, cramming matching and mismatched systems into it and examining the distance between bodies.
Nibiru is a creative process created by Zsófia Tamara Vadas dancemaker, Ábris Gryllus media artist and Márton Emil Tóth fine artist. The performance is presented by children, who were deeply involved into the creative process.
iCoDaCo (International Contemporary Dance Collective) is a biennial artist led intercultural exchange project within the landscape of contemporary dance. The collaborative project was first initiated by the Gothenburg (Sweden) based international company and organisation - ilDance, in 2012.
Queendom is at the intersection of contemporary performance, physical theatre and drag shows. It is based on structured improvisation where the audience’s presence becomes the co-creator of a performance that takes a different shape every night. It displays female and male representations from the Renaissance up to today’s pop culture.
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.
‘Watch Me Happening’ is bargaining, a dialogue between various parts, within one self, or a dance, a solo. It’s a piece in which objective and subjective, personal and collective approaches, opinions and thoughts are treated in the boundary of instincts and consciousness.
Liesel Zink, Australian choreographer will be the guest of the The Dance and Theatre Venue of Sziget Festival this year. Liesel will recreate her piece The Stance with local dancers.
The starting point of the performance was the thought experiment of the Shcrödinger’s Cat by the Nobel-prize winner physicist Erwin Schrödinger. The scientist used this experiment to show tht particles can be at various places and in various states at the same time. The experiment points at the absurdity of cat being dead or alive being dependant on the fact if this state is being watched or not.
The performance is the new version of the Laban Prize nominated piece Old Pond by Zsusza Rózsavölgyi and Tóbiás Terebessy. The choreographer now retakes the pulsating choreography with 21 dancers from Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD).
The performance makes use of time seemingly spent uselessly through dance emerging from everyday emotions and situations. 'Your mother at my door' is part of the priority companies of Aerowaves Spring Forward 2017.
Zsuzsa Rózsavölgyi investigates the female body, its role in today’s society, its reasons and aspects of successfulness or unsuccessfulness. Revealing taboos and personal confessions about living in a female body in a lecture-performance solo piece.
Five people try to surrender in a fictitious world. If not truly connect at least to coexist peacefully in a world created by the fiction of theatre. They work hard to make sense out of nonsense and land on a common ground of acceptance. Five individuals meet in a fictive room hosted by the theatre. With their voice, with their body and with the objects found as if they were leftovers of a riot of a fictitious protest.
Hirokai Umeda works with five Hungarian dancers to present his new piece DRIVES at Sziget festival, then at Trafó House of Conteporary Arts in September. The dancers who have different dance characters share a common movement system given by the choreographer. Sharp electronic sound and geometric abstract visual images with dance movement make strangely organic space, which audience can ‘experience' in this piece.
International Dance Week Budapest is a unique and young project which aims to provide a creative platform for dancers from all over the world. It is a place to share experiences and explore new ways of gaining knowledge.
Two dancers, Viktória Dányi and Nelson Reguera Perez examine all what is underlying a relationship between two people through this endlessly repeated, routine-like gesture.
A show evoking the improvised masses of the party culture. Through the reinterpretation of the stereotypical situations created by the dancing crowd a new, fictitious, comic-like world is born. Beyond the dramas of the night life human games are resolved and a new trans-like state is achieved, in which the ego and the instincts are shadowed.
Participatory theatre activates its audience, encouraging action from people without bringing them into uncomfortable, awkward situations. It provokes your thoughts and gives you an opportunity to make your opionion heard. In the situations offered by these performances we can experience our own decision-making skill and our ability to act.
The performance is a personal and in the same time philosophical game of the two creators, about truth, co-existence, encounters and the possible conflicts of different point of views, parallel realities. Point of You is a playful debate, an in-depth analysis of how you get lost in being right.
dunaPart3 is the merge of the dunaPart platforms (2008 and 2011) and of Hungarian Showcase (2013). The aim of the platform is to present the outstanding representatives of the independent Hungarian performing arts scene, to help them and the whole field in their further integration in the international professional network. SÍN Culture Centre is proud to have 4 of its productions in the selected program of the platform.
For All Ears Kate McIntosh sets up the stage as an improvised adhoc laboratory for a series of unusual recordings and acoustic experiments, using everyday objects and materials. Chairs are dragged, paper is torn, glasses are toppled. Sounds are gathered, recorded and played back – the action of one part of the performance providing soundtrack, background or atmosphere for another. Along the way McIntosh – as combination curious scientist, mischievous questioner and eclectic storyteller – leads us on a distinctive journey through a diverse landscape of ideas.
You get up. Have coffee. Iron your shirt. A well acquired routine. But what if you turn all this from horizontal to vertical? In this piece the dancers-acrobats merge elements of contemporary dance, physical theatre and circus acrobatics of aerial silk and Chinese pole. An Open Latitudes 3 coproduction of 2015.
ATLAS project by casabranca arrives in Budapest in the frame of Open Latitudes 3, an Europe Culture Programme project. 100 people of different professions from local community create the atlas of Budapest together on stage.
In the frame of Open Latitudes 3 "Showcase programme" SÍN Culture Centre has invited Kevin jean from France. His solo production "The 36th Chambre" will be seen at SZIGET Festival Culture Zone, 13-17 August 2014.
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“Old pond / frog leaps / into water sound.” The piece expresses a potentially extra-human, imaginary community through visual, audio and kinesthetic sensations. Coproduction of SIN Culture Centre and Workshop Foundation, supported by LLB, an EU Culture Programme project.
In his latest piece Csaba Molnár investigates his own intuitive world with the sensual and structural worlds of Boccaccio’s. An exciting encounter of contemporary dance and theatre. Decameron was produced within the EU Culture Programme project, DÉPARTS.
First collaboration of this Hungarian – Israeli choreographer duo, premiered within the DÉPARTS programme, an EU Culture Programme project. Ego Trip is an investigation into understanding the mechanism of egos and their relation to others and towards the society.
The European network Open Latitudes and its 9 partner organizations is engaged in structured collaborations throughout the production and touring cycles for staged works and contemporary choreography. The project is expressly directed toward supporting a young generation of artists.
Information fundamentally contributes to the qualities of substance. Meaning is the activity of information whether it is actual or virtual. Everything we experience (thoughts, memories, emotions, associations, perceptions) affects the body, soma. But we only experience (create meaning) if there is an „I” to perceive it.