Nadj draws inspiration from Sho-bo-gen-zo, the holy book of Japanese Buddhism. From his Central European homeland, he looks to the wisdom of the Far East and investigates how it might inform and enlighten us.
Humankind’s timeless truth-seeking intentions are fundamental to the work. Regardless of our state of existence, to achieve true harmony, we need only be faithful to our truth-seeking desire.
Shobogenzo is not a logical dissertation, nor is it illogical, rather it exists outside logic. It shows us how we might find inner freedom, happiness, universal peace and eternal truth.
Performers: Jozef Nadj/Nagy Jozsef, Cecile Loyer, Joelle Leandre, Akosh S./Szelevenyi Akos
Video: Ivan Attila, Design: Bicskei Zoltan, Costume making: Aleksandra Pesic, Props: Alexandre de Monte, Francia Gyula, Lighting: Dobo Laszlo, Sound: Daniel Davcik
Assistant for director: Peter Gemza
Music and arrangements: Joelle Leandre & Szelevenyi Akos
Costume, decor: Nagy Jozsef/Jozef Nadj
Director: Nagy Jozsef/Jozef Nadj