Alexandra Rab-Kuti

freelance dancer, psychologist (in family support job)

resident artist of L1 Association in 2021


10 Questions – 10 Answers

– Where would you like to wake up tomorrow morning?
– In my bed. I love our house, I love getting up with my husband.

– What was your greatest rebellion as a teenager?

–  I think I did not have the rebellion period. One day I talked hideously with my mom, it got stuck in my mind. I wouldn’t classify the parties as rebellion, but I had plenty of it. I consider myself a rule follower, I was a good child.

– What would you do, if you wouldn’t be doing what you do now?

– I would be very happy to be a dog trainer. I really like to gain the trust of dogs and I am interested in their motivation, especially those behind aggression and fear.

– What year would you type into a time machine, and why?

– I would jump around 1900. I want to get to know my ancestors, most of all my great-grandparents.

– What is your greatest fear?

– The death. I have been afraid of it since I was a child, that is, of the condition of emptiness what I associate with death.

– Do you have any superstitions or rituals before entering the stage?

– Yes. In most cases, I think of those who have died in my family and I offer them my dance.

– When and how do you get your best ideas?

– I get a lot of ideas in the rehearsal room, on the bus or while driving. The time of day does not matter.

– Which historical figure or fictive personality would you like to share a cup of coffee/tea or a glass of wine with?

– I'd love to sit down with Melinda Gates to talk about his life, his book, and his struggles. I find her very sympathetic. And with Barack Obama. I am interested in them nowadays.

– What is your oldest piece of clothing?
– A blue long sleeve t-shirt I bought in Paris when I was 18 years old. I visited many countries alone that summer.

– Which sense is the most important for you?

– My sense of smell maybe. I really like to eat delicious food and when it goes away, I don’t feel the taste of the food, which feels really bad.

(December 2020)