You will get an insight into Attila’s current research and explore material with him. Starting with specific tasks, the dancers are invited to share their own ideas and findings. Attila will use improvisation to encourage participants to reveal their individual experiences and thoughts.
This workshop offers practical movement research tools to performance artists of various movement backgrounds. The tasks and information that will be provided require a high level of physicality and curiosity. Candidates should have adequate experience with contemporary dance.
Attila Andrási is a Hungarian contemporary dance artist. He began his studies at the
Budapest Contemporary Dance College and continued his studies at the Salzburg
Experimental Academy of Dance in Salzburg. Attila has been on a creative career
since 2017. With his creations he seeks to find out how motion can be interpreted and
how motion gets a role where technical knowledge is not the essence but what motion
can achieve. Use free improvisation and work with different movement qualities. For
him, discovering movement with his own body is like a kid playing his loveliest game.
Attila looks for humor and sincerity in the rehearsal room and tries to put it together as if
it were a scene in the present. It is a challenge for him to commit improvisation, but he
finds it beautiful. His first solo work, Once Upon a Time - was selected in January 2019
in Berlin at Pual Studio and in May 2019 he was shortlisted in the Festival 10 Sentido
Choreographic Competition in Valencia. During all this, Attila worked with artists of other
nationalities, visual artists, performing artists. For example, Katalin Anna Németh - HZT
Academy Berlin, Berlin / Andre Canepa - The Ryde Galery, London, and Rosana Antoli -
The Tate Galery, London. Attila's current work is Badasrág, which is produced in Spain with the support of Tiglado D’Arts.