Emese Cuhorka & Csaba Molnár performing Pandora's Box

[An Emese Cuhorka & Csaba Molnár review by Dorottya Albert] Nextfeszt, a festival organized by Trafó House, determined to examine the future through art, has arrived to its highest pitch by presenting Csaba Molnár and Emese Cuhorka’s very intimate grotesque duet, Pandora’s Box. Although the creators might have invited the audience into an imaginary, absurd world, the performance proposed so many links to the issues of our actual state of being, that it was almost impossible not to reflect on it with a sour smile…Continue Reading “Subversive Fantasies; Pandora’s Box by Emese Cuhorka & Csaba Molnár review”

[A Chen Wei Lee & Zoltán Vakulya review by Dorottya Albert] What and how can we think about the substance of human relationships in our digital era, where online presence defines a great percentage of our existence? What kind of novelty and challenges lie in a performance that surveys the nature of human relationships? How does Together Alone by Chen Wei Lee and Zoltán Vakulya appeal to NEXTFESZT festival’s concept of “finding out through art what the future of culture will look like,” when it interprets…Continue Reading “Not Naked even if Undressed; Together Alone by Chen Wei Lee & Zoltán Vakulya review”