Adrienn Hód


Adrienn Hód (*1975) is a choreographer and studied at the Budapest Dance School with Iván Angelus and others. In 2007 she founded Hodworks. The group regularly invites artists from various areas, but consists of a core group of people that have been collaborating on a long-term basis. With Hodworks, Hód has developed a method to work on new forms and dramaturgical principles. She focuses her attention on the deconstruction and reconstruction of movement and space. In addition, Hód is greatly interested in experimental music. In 2011 the company was in residence at the Tanzfabrik in Berlin and they showed their piece “Choice” at Radialsystem V. In 2012 Hodworks took their piece “Basse danse” to the Maison des Arts de Créteil in Paris. The same year saw “The way my father imagined it all”, a HAU co-production. In addition, Hodworks was selected as Aerowaves Priority Company in 2012 and 2014, and in 2012 they won the Rudolf Laban Award for artistic quality. In May 2013, their most recent work “Dawn” was premiered at Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts. The performance at HAU Hebbel am Ufer is the German premiere.