VEN.ku TANCI, Dance NEWs, Family Friendly, PQ Site Specific Performance Festival

Choreography / dance

Hygin Delimat, Elias Choi-Buttinger

Installation design / performance

Andreas Buttinger


Anna Maria Chlebus, Voland Székely


Weng Teng Choi-Buttinger + 2 DF JAMU students


10. 10. 2015 The New University of Anton Brucner, Linz

Supported by




DANCE ON TOUR AUSTRIA – a project by Tanzquartier Wien in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs.

Free admission

House Beating is a performance-installation in public space that spans across media of choreography, composition, and art installation. Powerful physical choreography consists of complex partnering movement vocabulary rooted in urban dance and the study of bodily innate architecture. House Beating explores borderline physical abilities of the body in dialogue with an organically morphing wooden entity. The work anticipates the moment of emergence, creation, construction. The organic and the inorganic continuously meet and engage in the shared process of space creation. Virtuosic musical score inspired by Xenakis and Cage compositions for percussion is the driving motor of the performance.

In Brno, after the introductory workshop, students from JAMU will participate in the project.

  • In case of bad weather the performance on 4th June will take place in Industra.


( Photo: Marta Ankiersztejn-Węgier)
( Photo: Marta Ankiersztejn-Węgier)
( Photo: Paweł Wyszomirski)
( Photo: Marta Ankiersztejn-Węgier)