We are researching the strength of the elementary tools of dance: motivs, spacial patterns, dynamic variations.
How does a simple cross-form space order our human relations?
How does a set movement material help getting closer to partners?
How does give the depth of the material depth to the attention?
How does the rhytmical and kinetic precision give a chance for spontaneous interactions?
How do the improvised space and rhytmical patterns give a chance to real surprises?
How dancers can encourage audiences to find similar experiences?
The movement material of BAKÓ Tamás and the music of Steve REICH Vermont Counterpoint was adapted to site specific conditions and performed by Alja BRANC, Gaja CARUSO, FARKAS Kámea, Jerneja FEKONJA, Anita KUROLJOVA, MEDIC Ivona. Directed by ANGELUS Iván.
The original performance was created on behalf of the Hungarian Rector’s Conference and the Brasilian Embassy in Budapest to be premiered in the aula of the Budapesti Technical University. Thanks to Bakó Tamás, Steve Reich, Dubéczi Zoltán, Morován Júlia.
Video was made at premier performance by Péter DÖMÖTÖR
WHEN YOU BRUSH A FORM CLEAN, IT BECOMES TRULY WHAT IT IS (14')
The intense, physical virtuos pieces of Eléonore Valére Lachky are wellknown by the audiences in Budapest. She is back to choreograph for the third generation of the school.
Choreography: Eléonore VALÉRE LACHKY
Dance: Alja BRANC, Gaja CARUSO, SZÁSZ Zsófia, Franziska DOFFIN, FARKAS Kámea, Jerneja FEKONJA, Anita KUROLJOVA, Ivona MEDIC, Kristina ZAKERNICHNA
Video of the premier made by DÖMÖTÖR Péter
Direcrted by: Iván ANGELUS Founder/Rector of BCDA
Photo: Krisztina Csányi
Sponsors, Helpers: EMMI, NKA, Trafó, Mu, MACIVA, Sziget Fesztivál, Sín