It will come later, iCoDaCo review.

[An iCoDaCo review by Zsuzsanna Komjáthy]   “>>It<< makes a move. >>It<< could be a man, a woman, a louse, an elephant.” Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari   It will come later – after seeing the latest work-in-progress performance of iCoDaCo in Budapest, this title makes me wonder: what might come later? The premiere, the moment we recognise a message behind, the dance itself, or something else? What might come later? What might be hiding behind, or rather, between and beyond the words? What does ‘it’…Continue Reading “What does ‘it’ mean?; It will come later iCoDaCo review”

Freestyle Rita Góbi review

[A Rita Góbi review by Zsuzsanna Komjáthy] It seems that Rita Góbi has changed something radically and fundamentally in the body language of her performances recently. The way of expression compared to her previous works has somehow shifted from an impulsive and instinctive, very personal and mercurial dancing to a strict, structured, apersonal but still erratic vocabulary – as we could observe it in the Aerowaves 20 selected Volitant (2017), in Vibration (2018) and now in her latest performance, Freestyle. In this particular choreography, Góbi and…Continue Reading “Strict yet erratic; Freestyle by Rita Góbi review”

[A Viktor Szeri review by Dóri Albert] If there is a genre in music called self-depressive-synth-pop, why couldn’t it exist in dance as well? On the verge of anxiety, schizophrenia, self-identification and defenselessness, on the multimedia scene, where movement, silence vs. low beats (music: András Molnár) and dynamic light design (Kata Dézsi) interact, Viktor Szeri’s thrilling performance Sandy is Going Out drives us deeply into the everyday experience of loss, despair, desire and inertia, a state mostly defining the generation Y. A whole universe lies…Continue Reading “Under Their Power; Sandy is Going Out by Viktor Szeri – review”