- 16 Sep 2015 9:00 AM
The performance was inspired by the title poem of Sándor Weöres. The world of the vision poem is free, rhapsodic, irregular and very often – just like the poetry of Weöres – ageless. The performance recreates the language of the poem on stage by the paintings, graphics and animations drawn by visual artists Ildikó Mezei and Éva Taskovics.
Bence Samu has been developing the software called Animata since 2007, with the use of which the objects and figures drawn by the visual artists become alive. The universe of this poetic vision is adapted for the idiom of the stage through a continuous interplay between the projected image and the flesh-and-blood performer, whose relationship creates peculiarly surreal situations – the lines spring into existence, interacting with the performers.
Reality and illusion merge into one another, constantly rewriting each other and then…
„…Comes the sweeping- machine with dull murmur,
and the dawn running behind it
with its fluttering blonde hair,
morning is rattling, light is flying…
and this broad night miracle,
this weird something,
we saw it together:
you and me.
Viewers named Gyula Tóth and Pál Mogyoró in their ID cards may watch the performance for free.
Director-coreographer: Réka Szabó director
Director’s collaborator: Máté Czakó
Performers and collaborators: Dóra Furulyás, Dániel Szász, Ildikó Mezei
Visual design: Ildikó Mezei Ildikó, Éva Taskovics, Bence Samu
Light and space: Attila Szirtes
Costume: Edit Szűcs
Composer: Hunor G. Szabó
Musicians: András Csizmás, Márton Fenyvesi, Hunor G. Szabó
Special thanks to István Gőz
Dates ans times:
Location: Trafó Theatre Hall
2000 HUF / Student: 1600 HUF
General Season Pass is valid
Twin Pass is valid
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