We want to free pantomime, rip it from its chains, break the glass wall and drag the decaying skeleton of Mime Theater into the vortex of contemporary performance.We want to drag classical forms through the bubbling mud of modern art. The human body is freed by the very things that confine it – movement, rhythm, emotion. We create new spaces for our bodies that also serve to constrain us.
We mold the timeless clay of physicality into new shapes and forms, we reflect contemporary reality in all of its radiance and filth, purpose and absurdity. We seek something that we can never find, because everything is in motion and is constantly changing. And movement is our language, constantly flowing, without end or beginning.
On stage, the human body is a mirror, reflecting the world around us.
The International Theater Institute has recognized Radim Vizváry as part of the 70th World Theater Festival in Haikou, China. Radim Vizváry performed an excerpt from his Solo performance at the Hainan Opera as part of the festival gala. In the following days, he presented his art in the form of a workshop. At the festival he was awarded the annual medal for outstanding long-term commitment to the performing arts.