Boglárka Börcsök is an artist and performer. She lives and works in Brussels, Berlin and Budapest. Since 2011, she has been working with artists such as Eszter Salamon, Tino Seghal, Joachim Koester, Kate McIntosh, Ligia Lewis, and Boris Charmatz among others, shifting between performance, choreography, voice and video presented in renowned festivals and venues such as documenta (13), Centre Pompidou, Museo Reina Sofia, Festival d’ Avignon, MACBA, RuhrTriennale, Palais de Tokyo and many others.
For the last five years, Börcsök has been collaborating with the Hungarian artist and choreographer Eszter Salamon within her MONUMENT series. Their collaborative works are currently on tour: MONUMENT 0.3: The Valeska Gert Museum, MONUMENT 0.4: Lores & Praxes (rituals of transformation) and MONUMENT 0.5: The Valeska Gert Monument.
THE ART OF MOVEMENT, a feature lengths documentary film, created in artistic collaboration with the film director Andreas Bolm, presents three elderly Hungarian female dancers, who are between 90 and 101 years old. Following their personal histories of dance, politics, wars and societal narratives of women. Boglárka Börcsök traces how these women navigated, resisted and/or adapted to different political circumstances during their lives.