During my education I had time to research what my movement vocabulary was and what it meant to me, as well as being given opportunity to be supported teachers and choreographers. After theat, I continued my studies in Salzburg at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance where I got opportunity to present my work in local festivals. In 2017 summer I finished my training and went back to Budapest to work with a local dance artist where I started to develop my work. I also worked with two collages from SEAD in Budapest during a 4 week residency.
During the residency we didn’t have any starting point but were searching and experimenting with movement material to establish a starting point. We were looking for something to start with either movement or an image and searching how many different way can we start creating.
We had to find the similar way for communication and also to understand where we are going with this material. After a long processes everything become clear. We have were given a lot of direction, giving us ideas and options with what we were going to do with this material.
For as it was a big freedom in the beginning of the residency to collaborate from the unknown but this freedom was the beautiful because we got to see how many ways this could go. I would say at the moment this is my way to start working. Sometimes I am looking for something very special or sometimes I come in with nothing in mind but just have a feeling or use my imagination to create what I want to use and after is become something else.
Every research and development for me is different experience.
Performers: Riccardo de Simone, Elton Argiris Lemno, Attila Andrási
Music by: Zsolt Wagner
Video by: Bálint Kovács
Supporters: Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy , Workshop Foundation, SÍN Arts and Culture Center