CINDY // Flóra Boros (HU/AT)

Sat 2.12.2023 // 20.00

In cooperation with nunArt Barcelona

Foto: Michael Reinecke

Sat 2.12.2023 // 20.00

nunArt, Associació cultural, carrer del Tèlègraf 67, 08041 Barcelona, Spain // performance

CHANGING SPACES Vienna–Barcelona 2023
Im_flieger Vienna in cooperation with nunArt Barcelona
Residency: 25.11.–10.12.2023
More about nunArt here.

Vienna Premiere: November 14, 2023, at WUK

Concept, choreography, performance: Flóra Boros
Live sound: Gábor Lázár
Outside Eye: Melina Papoulia

With kind support from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport. Thanks to Im_flieger, D.ID Dance Identity, Bears in the Park, Raw Matters, SÍN Arts Centre, ATLAS programme ImPulsTanz and workspacebrussels.

CINDY is an experiment that dissects kinesthetics, sounds and visuals into isolated scores, slowly molding into a sensory representation of game theory. A desire to investigate behaviors in situations where the outcome of decisions is influenced by the possible choices of each element. They are reassembled according to a game theory algorithm using live coding, enabling sensitive interaction between all elements and offering a new installation each time. It is not so much an attempt to imitate games in the traditional sense, but rather a play between fragmented states. 

Inspired by the loopy pathways of Hurricane Cindy, a clear game-theoretical pattern emerges as the body storms through the space.

Flóra Boros will also share her practice focusing on individual exploration of different movement qualities through the application of certain game theoretical methods and uses tools from the working process of CINDY. 

Flóra Boros (HU/AT) is a performer and choreographer based in Vienna. Currently she works on collaborations as well as on solo projects. Her works have been shown at Muffathalle, Theater Akzent and Schwere Reiter. In 2021 she completed her studies in contemporary dance at the Music and Arts University of Vienna. She received a scholarship for Music and Performing Arts from the Austrian Ministry of Culture (2022) and a scholarship for her thesis about game theory from the Cultural Department of Vienna (2021).