Attila Andrasi is a Hungarian dance practitioner, choreographer, and performer working through the medium of the body. His nature of choreography practice is playful and experimental. It mainly focuses on navigating bodily experience, which defines the abstract authentic movement language. Attila aesthetically appreciates something funny, unusual, childish, and cute. He is interested in dance agency as practice and researching how somatic-based movement practice can evoke surrealistic feelings.  He graduated from the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy and the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance. Currently he is pursuing an MFA - Choreography degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London with a bursary from Leverhulme Arts scholarship.

2019, his solos titled: Once upon a time (autobiographical) performance were selected for the Festival 10 Sentoid in Valencia. After a successful implementation, he received economic, mentoring and artist support from Roca Umbert de la Arts organisation, Teatre Municipal de Lloret de Mar, Theatre L'ateneu De Carla and Desebre Danse Festiva. In 2020 his new co-creative multidisciplinary performance titled Badasrag was invited to the Sismograph Dance Festival in Olot, Spain. 2021 during the pandemic, Attila received a commission ‘Köszönjük Magyarország!’ from the Hungarian National Dance Theatre and the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources. In 2022 he was invited to collaborate and facilitate a choreography process for the Architectural Association Interprofessional Studio in London for the MFA postgraduate students working with an interdisciplinary, immersive performance presented in the Eco 2:0 Festival in London and Glasgow.


Photos: Fatima Sastre