“The name of the method is: ugly but cute. This style is a new system that best learns to destroy and rebuild ourselves. This kind of approach brings us close to physically and instinctively in this unpredictable but conscious method. Our dance and movement system work alike on this planet everywhere. Everything is beautifully structured, everything is beautiful, everyone wants to dance nicely. We need to balance the beauty and the ugly by knowing how to destroy it. Consciousness plays an important role in dancing. There is not only a beautiful dance, but there is also a contrast between the beautiful and the ugly. The ugly has many sides, which can be beautiful and cute, interesting or modest. You must be demolished or be ugly enough to make new things happen. That’s worth it. This style involves physical dance and humorous movements of animals.”
Ferenc Fehér is an dance artist and choreographer born in Hungary. Fehér’s autodidact style is a unique and expressive combination of physical dance and animal movements – a result of constantly improving his repertoire of unique moves. Fehér has created and performed choreographies and worked in a variety of dance companies all over the world since 2007.