Founder of Onopordum Performance collective. After graduated as Landscape Architect, she studied in Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy, than in 2012 she became a resident artist of L1 Association (HU). She also works inclusively with ArtMan Association for the Arts and Movement Therapy (HU) as dancer, choreographer and movement group leader since 2013. Her defining background in movement practices is contemporary dance and improvisation, Body-Mind Centering® somatic approach and tai chi. As audio-describer she studied dramaturgy, theatre directing and film at University of Theatre and Film Arts (Budapest), which she applies in her choreographic work too, such as sound and human voice and her links to fine arts and visuals.
Her interest led her to study the performer's presence, authenticity and personality in a live situation and through video; and she’s now at the beginning of a research process in the field of multimedia and performativity, and their possible presence in each other.
Bernadett Jobbágy (Guest Artist)
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