Jakub Truszkowski

Theatre

Jakub Truszkowski, Ernst Süss - contemporary dance Monodance Festival MU Színház, Budapest

Tuesday 27 May 2008, 10:00 pm

MU Theatre, Budapest

Jakub Truszkowski, Ernst Süss - contemporary dance

27 May 2008, 8 pm

Monodance Festival
MU Színház, Budapest

JAKUB TRUSZKOWSKI (PL/B)
was born in Poland in 1977. He began his dance education at State Ballet School and later danced at the State Opera in Gdansk. From 1996 he was a student at Performing Arts Research and Training Studios (P.A.R.T.S.) lead by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker in Brussels where he participated in workshops and creations by Trisha Brown, William Forsythe, Steve Paxton and others. In 1999 he became a member of Rosas dance company, where he contributed to the creation and performing of several shows including In Real Time, Rain, April Me, Bitches Brew, Kassandra, Drumming, Mozart and Grosse Fuge. Currently member of Les Ballets C de la B dance company and a guest teacher at P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels.

ERNST SÜSS (A/H)

Ernst Süss (Austria) came first to Hungary in 1991 to perform with Artus. Since then he has been involved in many productions in Hungary and abroad. First as a performer and later on as a video artist he created interactive video sets and projection-inserts for many performing art companies.

bodyScapes

An attempt to bring the attention to "insignificant" details that constitute the familiar entity, by giving a spectator a chance to focus on different aspects of this same dance material. A game with memory: what have you seen and remembered? What has escaped your attention? A search for the "invisible" that is just in front of our eyes, helped by video and images. The aim is to develop a curiosity of looking that could be applied not only to dance itself but also to the world that surrounds us and the details that make up this world.

Dance and visual design: Jakub Truszkowski
Video: Ernst Süss
Lights: Orsolya Pete

Supported by:
DÉPARTS, Workshop Foundation, MU Theatre, L1, Ministry of Education and Culture, Webstar Group, EU Culture 2000

Photo: Jakub Truszkowski

20'