Contemporary dance in Gallery Platan


Good Girl Killer + Patrycja Orzechowska

Thursday 26 March 2015, 7:00 pm

Platán Galéria

Budapest, VI. Andrássy út 32.

creation: Magda Jędra, Anna Steller
objects: Patrycja Orzechowska
music: collage

Hungarian premiere

Have a Nice Hell production is a combination of the performance by Good Girl Killer duet and objects made by Patrycja Orzechowska. The performance was prepared to be presented in galleries - spaces where there is 'a white cube' instead of a stage and 'art objects' in place of scenography.

The starting point for our work was the subject of fear. People are afraid of lots of things. In our childhood we were all afraid of darkness, vacuum cleaners, thunderstorms and witches. Nowadays we are afraid of epidemic, nuclear war, terrorism, radioactivity, old age, bereavement and death.

Nevertheless, we are not going to frighten the audience. We don’t want to carry them through catharsis. The scenes that you can see in the performance can seem to be comical or even absurd. We would like the audience to ask themselves a question about their own fear and think about the situations in which they experience it.

Good Girl Killer was founded in 2005 by four polish artists: Magda Jedra, Zbigniew Zibi Bienkowski, Anna Steller and Grzegorz Welizarowicz. The Good Girl Killer collective has worked in the fields of dance, theatre, performance art, music, multimedia. Formally and ideologically their artistic and other activities endeavor to mix genres.

Artist's CV:

Magda Jedra – dancer, choreographer, performer.

She is a recipient of the scholarships of The Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (within the field „Music and Dance”). She lives and works in Gdansk. Since 1999 she is a teacher of contemporary dance technics and improvisation.

Own realizations: 2002 Teletransis, 2003 The symbolic constraction, 2004 The theory of noise, 2005 Good Girl Killer, 2006 Junkie, 2008 Action, 2009 Parallel, 2010 Confetti, 2010 Le sni, 2010 Have a Nice Hell, 2011 Le pas Jaques

Anna Steller - dancer, performer and choreographer.

Works and lives in Gdansk. Since 1993 she has been actress and dancer in Dada von Bzdülow theatre.

A recipient of the Dance Web Scholarship for the 2003 Impulstanz dance workshops and festival in Vienna. She participated in several international projects: among others „HAPPY” (2009) by Nigel Charnock.

She presented her performances in: Hungary, Germany, Indonesia, Czech Republic, Sweden

Own realizations


  • 2013 - "Solove"
  • 2012 - "Transportation - solo performance
  • 2012 - "Unrelenting beauty of disaster" - solo
  • 2011-  "Lotta and Gula" site specific performance
  • 2011 - "Audiological Chronology" lecture performance
  • 2010 -  "Have a nice Hell"
  • 2010 - "Girl in a Red Shoes" site specific performance
  • 2010 - "Le sni" site specific performance
  • 2010- "The Seahorse led by his sexual instinct..."
  • 2009 - "Delia"
  • 2008 - „Action"
  • 2005 – "Good Girl Killer"
  • 2003 - "O!"


Patrycja Orzechowska - visual artist 

Graduated from the Department of Painting and Graphics at the Gdansk Academy of Fine Arts. She’s been specialized in conceptual photography, collages, installation, graphic design and film; She is interested in the choreography of the body and inscribing it into various structures or constructions. That is why in her practice she often refers to a variety of performing arts, cooperating with modern dancers, gymnasts and actors.