ca. 45 min

Adrienn Hód is without a doubt one of the most important voices in the dance scene in Hungary. She is known for her radical approach to bodies, space, experimental music and the interrelation of these on stage. In the latest production Dawn of Hodworks, the human body takes the centre position. It opens up in front of us like a landscape, dressed in the outlines of the muscles and free from prejudices.               Part of "Leaving is not an option? – Current artistic positions from Hungary"

Coproduction: Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts (Budapest)

Supported by EMMI – Ministry of Human ­Resources of Hungary, National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Off Foundation, New Performing Arts Foundation, SÍN Culture Center, Workshop Foundation, Départs.


With: Emese Cuhorka, Júlia Garai, Csaba Molnár, Marcio Canabarro / Choreography: Adrienn Hód / Music: Zoltán Mizsei, Zsolt Sőrés Ahad / Cooperation: Ármin Szabó-Székely, Marco Torrice / Light design: Kata Dézsi / Co-production: Trafó - House of Contemporary Arts. Unterstützung von: EMMI - Ministry of Human Resources, National Cultural Fund, Off Foundation, New Performing Arts Foundation, SÍN Culture Center, Workshop Foundation, Départs / With special thanks to : Júlia Hadi


  • Past
    Fri 14.3.2014, 19:00 / HAU3
    Sat 15.3.2014, 19:00 / HAU3
    Sun 16.3.2014, 19:00 / HAU3


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