Four dancers investigate the Hungarian punk subculture from the angle of avantgarde applying the collage aesthetics of the punk in movement. With the application of the punk idea, which constantly searches for new correlations of the established social and cultural agreements…
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.
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‘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.
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.
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.
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.