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Movement Research by Attila Andrasi (HU)
Attila’s current research is a repetitive motion construction in which he seeks the resources of movement and the causes of change in a repetitive cycle. He is looking for repetitions of movement, patterns, qualities, and states.
He was born in Hungary where his interest in dance started at the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy. He gained his first experience in performing at Trafo and Mu Theatre in Budapest where he danced the role of the boys in Öröglakat by Sandor Petrovics. Attila continued his studies at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD) where he gained professional experience at different festivals. (New Face Dance Festival in Salzburg, Symphonic Dance Festival, Tanz House Festival and To Spring Tanz Festival in Salzburg) During his time he worked with Alleyene dance company (UK), Eduardo Torroja (ESP), Jelka MIllic (SL), Elton Petri (GR), Rakes Sukes (IND) after he finished his study He was collaborating with Lior Lazarof (ISR) HZT Academy, Berlin with Anna Németh (HU) and The Ryder Project Gallery in London with Andrea Canepa (CO). Currently he is living and working in London.
In this workshop you can learn and explore the way that Attila works, you will be given an insight into the current research work and share your own ideas and findings from the tasks that you will be given.
This will be an improvisational driven workshop where Attila will let the crowds unfold and see different, individual feedback and experiences. This is a guided hour where you will work in your own space with guidance and instruction from Attila, who is specifically looking for movers who can investigate what repetition is and how far you can take your bodies and find out what your limits are.
This workshop offers practical movement research tools to performance artists of various movement backgrounds.
For more information and registration for the workshop please email Attila at firstname.lastname@example.org
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photo credit: Manel Ortega
The Biscuit Factory, Studio 70,
Block F, 100 Clements Road, London SE16 4DG