Lior Lazarof

In Variation of Interior, Lior Lazarof invites the audience into the room of her own self. While she is sharing her thoughts and transforms her words into movements, we can literally sit on the edge of her personality. As her monologue begins, the fine line between Lazarof, the performer and Lazarof, the everyday girl blurs. Following the associative mechanism of human thinking and memory, she randomly talks about topics she is involved with or she is worried about. Feministic and humanistic issues meet with highly…Continue Reading “Birthday party; Lior Lazarof Variation of Interior review”

Viola Lévai, Luca Dömötör.

A wimpy clapping noise is coming from here and a second later from there, then the embarrassed spectators suddenly stop applauding; was that the end of the choreography already, or just another resting moment of UNI? Since Luca Dömötör’s performance is playing with the distribution of energy and examines how standstills and dynamic acting are melting into each other, the embarrassment of spectators is not quite incomprehensible. Shorter and longer scenes, swaying and lumpy movements intersect each other and stretch the flexible texture of the…Continue Reading “Resistance of comprehension; Luca Dömötör UNI review”

Anna Biczók in Precedents to a potential future

Somewhere in the middle of the stage, there is a woman sitting at a desk (Anna Biczók), talking about the performance we are supposed to see. An expansive, wriggling story unfolds in an alienated, bland and didactic* voice, inducing an obscure playing with the interference of narratives and movements. The story she describes is about a dancer sitting at a desk, talking about the performance we are supposed to see, and starts moving with an excellent technique. Then, her speech transforms into a story about…Continue Reading “Time is a movement; Anna Biczók Precedents to a potential future review”