Flóra Eszter Sarlós choreographer, dancer

[Flóra Eszter Sarlós, choreographer & dancer] I believe contemporary dance should always seek out for new forms, new qualities of movement as well as new ways of expression. However, what is starting to become even more important, or rather my own personal way, is the question how can dance be renewed relating to the audience, and in close connection with that, to space? Even though there are still great exceptions, it is getting harder and harder to inspire, amaze or make spectators reflect on a…Continue Reading “Flóra Eszter Sarlós”

Alexandra Mireková performing Urgent need to breathe

[A Ziggurat Project review by Zsuzsanna Komjáthy] As you could read it in our previous review, Urgent need to breathe is a plain, yet layered play, evolving from the most elementary human necessity, breathing. Or to be more precise, it evolves from non-breathing: freediving. After an exciting game together with the performers, whereby holding back your breath like an improvised diver you can experience your limits, the performance floats deeper into the mysterious underworld of the sea. Mixing the vertical structured movements of diving and…Continue Reading “In the pool; Urgent need to breathe #2, Ziggurat Project”

[A Ziggurat Project review by Kristóf Farkas] Breathing is a vital necessity, but what happens, if you are under the water? Deep under the water. Ordinary people can hold their breath for at least 30 seconds, in better case for a minute and some professional diver or the Bajau people can extrude this limit and hit the incredible 18 minutes. How do I know that? The performers of Ziggurat Project introduced us the not so well-known world/sport of apnea, or freediving, just to involve us…Continue Reading “Death Just a Breath Away; Urgent Need To Breathe – Ziggurat Project review”