I think that everything what I can see and feel around me affect my dance and quality of movement. I am able to sense my space of resonance and the bridge between the body-mind and motion.
If I embody the inner images into my dance and stay present and open, I experience a greater harmony. There I may find and embrace otherwise hidden deeper meanings of my Self, life.
I am very interested in to work with focused attention to our perception; improvise in solo, duet and group. I love to search and explore answers and find more questions about connection between our senses and physical movement, recoloring the details and playing with them.
biography: Enikő started out with a university degree at the Hungarian University of Physical Education as a teacher of physical education; teacher of APA (Adapted Physical Activity) and physiotherapist. She studied contemporary dance techniques, contact improvisation, acrobatics at Contemporary DanceLab School in Budapest.
Since then she has been passionately involved in dancing and somatic movement, learned from various magnificent teachers from all over the world. As a performer, she has participated in various research projects on improvisation and performance. She worked, among others, with Tanceania Company (Hungarian integrated dance company), Caroline Waters, Luke Johnson, Risa Takita, Tibor Molnar, CandoCo Dance Company, Toshi Makihara, Guto Macedo, Georgia Petrali and Gustavo Lecce. She is founder of SferaLab and member of L1 Association (Hungarian Independent Artists Association of Public Utility).
She taught at Kontakt Budapest Festival; Poland Contact Festival, Warsaw; Trans-Contact Festival, Romania; Contact Meets Contemporary Festival, Göttingen; Contact in Rio Festival, Brazil; Italy Contact Festival, Arezzo, Italy; Contact Crete Festival, Crete, Greece; Potsdam, Germany, and others.
Besides she teaches her own somatic-based improvisation system what called ’Sfera Movement’.(www.sferalab.org)
She sees her main interest in improvisation, somatic movement, consciousness and the transformation of perception.
She is one of the organizers of L1danceFest in Budapest 2015 and ECITE in 2016 (European Contact Improvisation Teachers Exchange) in Hungary.