Translating scientific hypotheses into real-life connections. Referenced in this show’s title, Schrödinger’s cat is a thought experiment where an interpretation of quantum mechanics is applied to human interactions: based around a cat that may be simultaneously both alive and dead, it’s a state known as a quantum superposition. This show puts that hypothesis into new contexts; colliding and interacting in a tense, slowly plotted arc of interrelated movements, the show’s five dancers appear abstract and human at the same time. Choreographer László Fülöp is based in Budapest, developing dance projects that explore the spaces between psychology and performance.
Choreographer / Director:
Emese Kasza / MEI KAWA
Nominated for Laban Prize
SÍN Arts and Culture Centre
Trafó House of Contemporary Arts
National Cultural Fund of Hungary
Ministry of Human Resources
Open Latitudes 3 – Culture Programme of the European Union
Municipylity of Budapest
BVA Budapesti Városarculati Nonprofit Kft.
Staféta, Füge Production