I am a hungarian dancer and choreographer, working mostly in France as part of the Living Matters Collective, co-founded with Arnaud Blondel. I began my professional dance formation at the age of 28 in Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy and then I continued a few years later in Exerce to study research and choreographic studies in France.
My movement is inspired and nourished by meditation, the contact with nature and by my
former studies of psychology. I like to work with research and experimentation throught somatic approaches, observation, playfulness and imagination shared in a workshop form or in participative works.
In dancing as in contact improvisation I am very interested in the listening, the attention and in the perception of ourselves in conversation with the environnement. I love to dive into questions like how to be moved by dialogues with elements and living creatures and how to find, with other bodies, the felt sense of being together.
In a recent research-creation process that still resonates and continues in me, I am interested in what it means to arrive to a new soil as a plant and as a human. What rootedness and uprootedness is, how to be grounded and what can we learn from plants on it.
As a partisan of sensibility I am constantly searching forms of soft revolutions that permit us to see things differently and going towards a freedom of being.