Boglárka Börcsök is a dancer and performer. She lives and works in Brussels and Budapest. Since 2011, she has been working as a performer with artists such as Eszter Salamon, Ligia Lewis, Kate McIntosh, Joachim Koester and Tino Seghal among others, shifting between performance, choreography, voice and video.
She participated in Tino Sehgal’s work at documenta (13), Manchester International Festival, Stedelijk Museum, KIASMA – Contemporary Art Museum. She is one of the protagonists of Joachim Koester’s video work The Place of Dead Roads and Maybe This act, This work, This thing presented at the Centre d’Art Contemporain de Genève and the Camden Art Centre.
For the last three years, she has been performing and collaborating in Eszter Salamon’s Monument series: MONUMENT 0: Haunted by Wars (1913-2013) presented at the RuhrTriennale, Centre Pompidou and Festival d’Avignon as well as MONUMENT 0.3: Love Letters to Valeska Gert, presented at the Museum der Moderne in Salzburg and the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, MONUMENT 0.4: Lores&Praxes (rituals of transformation) presented at MKG Hamburg, and KINDL in Berlin.
Currently, Boglárka Börcsök is creating Persisting Stages a documentary film featuring elderly female dancers, who are now between 90 and 101 years old, living in Budapest. The work is made in collaboration with filmmakers Lisa Rave and Andreas Bolm.