Ágnes Grélinger: With open doors to spaces without walls
Ágnes Grélinger originally studied urban development at the BME and then studied dance and choreography at The Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen, where her interests turned to researching the relationship between the body, sustainability, healing and empowerment.
It is no coincidence, then, that the public participation performance With open doors to spaces without walls draws parallels between the ‘body of place’ and our own bodies. Its premise is that the way we relate to a space, our environment, the way we ‘care’ for it, reflects the way we relate to ourselves.
With open doors to spaces without walls is a performative occupation of space that, with the active involvement of the participants, questions our relationship to public space, our unwritten rules, our embodied beliefs and patterns of movement. An excuse to talk about the way we move and are being moved by the context we are in. An intent to imagine ways to be alone-together and question the movement of our social choreography.
Creator: Ágnes Grélinger
Free programme, but registration is required.