it comes it goes
photo: Gabriele Smiriglia
„[It] enhances our perception of the monotony of movement and the continuous, gradual changing state of the body, inducing a sense of danger in the viewer contemplating it, making this contemplation uncomfortable.” (KRÁLL Csaba, Élet és Irodalom)
Concept, performance: Dávid, Somló, Imre Vass
Music: J.S. BACH
Production Partner: Katlan Csoport
Support: SPAZIO - A the International Choreographic Arts Centre (ICKamsterdam), The Netherlands; CSC DanceHouse in Bassano del Grappa, Italy; the Croatian Institute for Movement and Dance in Zagreb, Croatia; Art Stations Foundation in Poznan, Poland
EMMI, NKA, Workshop Foundation, Városi Színház, Hátsó Kapu, Artus, MU Theater, Új Előadóművészeti Alapítvány, SÍN Culture Centre
premiere: 2nd of May, 2013, Frascati WG, Amsterdam
The piece was made for the final presentation of SPAZIO - A Europian Network for Dance Creation in collaboration with Dávid Somló musician, composer.
"Repetition is a form of change" - Brian Eno
Can a motion or a melody be static? Music and motion move parallel to each other. Will they meet at some point in eternity?
A study in transformation by which means change may at times be barely perceptible despite the evidence of its existence. Everything changes. Even the things that at first apprear to be motionless. Repetition does not only govern the events on stage but also foregrounds the mechanisms of the audience's attention.
After its premier in Amsterdam in 2012, and after being staged in London, Berlin and Budapest, this will be the first time the performance can be seen in its site-specific, public space version.
30.09.2020. Placcc Festival Budapest, Hungary
12.09.2018. Placcc Festival Budapest, Hungary
07.07.2018. Griessner Stadl, Austria
09.12.2016 Hungarian Cntemporary Dance Festival Povvera gallery, Berlin
08.03.2015. dunaPart showcase festival Mu Theater, Budapest
05.03.2015. Deptford Town Hall, Council Chambers Goldsmiths University, London
30.11.2013. Hungarian premier Sín Culture Centre, Budapest
15.10.-29.11.2013. 20 solo performances for solo audiences Budapest
02.05.2013. Premier Frascati WG, Amsterdam