Visuals for Contemporary Dance

Negatíve Varieté

visual, Budapest, Millenáris Theater, 10/06/2010 –


“First time in the world: an outstanding stage tribute to László Moholy-Nagy, from Hungarian creators!

Creatures of light, light fight of the light, sense capturing play of silhouettes, rhythmic flow of bodies, a self melting tide. That’s the negative VARIETÉ. Photography dressed in motion, dynamic architecture.

What’s the desire of the fireplug? What’s the fantasy of the phone box? A night, when the motionless starts moving around, Dance awaits for the dead material. Geometry-framed creativity on the stage, where the production line pulses to your heartbeat. Does the field of buildings make you guilty? Or it’s just the actual actually being out-of-date? Burdens, boundaries, and limits, where is the end of trends? Our imprisoned freedom, our urges closed into lifelike boxes.


The long waited screening of László Moholy-Nagy’s hardly-known work of art – behind the screen. Distorted mirrors of our days, speed and suburban prowlers – a play of shadows conducted out of pictures alive, which are all based on László Moholy-Nagy’s screenplay titled: Dynamic of the Metropolis.” –

Pictures from the event:

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Stirring Water-Mirror

2010.-2011. –  PR-Evolution Dance Company visual – Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest +-ben a Merlinben és a Gödörben is

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That’s all right with me

08/20-26/2012 That’s all right with me, residency, Bukarest, Románia



Choreography, dance: Kata, Juhász
Music, composers: Albert Márkos, Ernő Hock
Video: Andrea Sztojanovits
Dramaturgy: Gina Serbănescu
Assistant director: Csilla Bereczki
Consultant: Tamás Lóky


2012.06.29.LikemeLikeme dance performance visual, Zavirowaria Fest, Varsaw / Poland, Biella / Italy, Budapest/Kolozsvár


“The experience of the piece is a melange of how we project ourselves and how we internalise the effect that projection has on others. Words are important but not words of any originality. Phrases used in cyberspeak dull the senses of creativity, reducing us to soundbites without the senses that arise through physical contact. The piece raises the question of whether relationships outside cyberspace, where it was necessary to develop the emotional symbiosis for relationships, matter anymore. Why, for instance do we need to invest so much time and energy in developing friendships with a handful of friends when we can, within the same space of time have hundreds of friends, voice opinions where feedback is irrelevant (if it is ever given), express thoughts without having to think them through and yet, despite all that, the desire to fulfil our needs as social animals still struggles to find consummation.” –

Choreography: Kata Juhász
Performers: Valencia James & Zoltán Feicht
Video: Andrea Sztojanovits
Music: Frédéric Chopin, Ferenc Liszt, Albert Márkos, Ákos Zságer-Varga
Light: Ferenc Payer

Dancing on the flying carpet

visuals for the contemporary orient dance theater


Sztojanovits Andrea

Fényművész, VJ