A single-serve soup packet, a little bottle with the smell of childhood, a little toy gun. – The Romanian researcher and artist Jean-Lorin Sterian collected objects of solitude from his audience instead of payment for tickets.
A lecture by Elisabeth Schweeger, artistic director of the Academy of Performing Arts, Ludwigsburg, on the role of dramaturges and how to educate them.
An interview with Antoni Rayzhekov on his performance »RE_SONANCE – Etude for an augmented piano and a solo performer«.
Postcard : a card on which a message may be sent by mail without an envelope and that often has a picture on one side // An aesthetical correspondence with audience
Can you please tell me your name? What’s your nationality?
Do you have sex regularly? For »Self-portrait,« the performer Ana Mendes collected her personal records over the years.
What can good dramaturgy achieve? A conversation with Friedrich Schirmer, co-founder of the Marie Zimmermann Fellowship and artistic director of the Landesbühne Esslingen, and head dramaturge Marcus Grube.
»Theater is the house of the word that never becomes flesh« – In 2010, Hamed Taheri staged »Femmina Balba« at Solitude as an attempt towards failure.
With his »Choreoconversations,« the Brazilian performer Thiago Granato found a new way of thinking about dance and choreography, inviting dead, living, and not born yet choreographers.
Ein Gespräch mit Friedrich Schirmer, Mitbegründer des Marie Zimmermann-Stipendium und Intendant der Landesbühne Esslingen und dem Chefdramaturgen Marcus Grube.
»Complex Financial Instruments«, a collaboration between G Douglas Barrett and Leigh Claire La Berge, turns the gallery space into a treatment center.
In the short film »Boat,« Beijing-based artist Xinjun Zhang documented his experiment to make the social disparities in the population of Beijing visible.
From Samoa to Namibia, the Falklands to Jamaica or Australia, part experiment, part musical composition, »Map Series« asks the question: What is an empire today?
The exhibition »The Artist Is Online« dealt with the commonplace and ubiquitous practice of self-presentation in the virtual world and it's influence on performance art.
Ivana Ivković invites you for a ramble through a fictional travelogue of torn maps, constellations, archipelagos, empty notebooks, and landscapes of spilled oil.
Playwright Anna Gschnitzer and media artist Fides Schopp talk about collective, democratic, and biographic approaches towards writing.
Sketches, notes, comments and pictures from a workshop on bodily and social (im-)balance with leaning duets, falling games, and a disaster dinner.
A talk with artist, theorist, and musician G Douglas Barrett on his forthcoming book, recent art and music projects.
The Swiss theater director Till Wyler von Ballmoos initiated a dialogue on diversity by building different types of seating in front of the Stuttgart Opera.
»What part of my body is mine when the last layer of my atoms is mixed with the atoms around?« – A search for the distinctive self in our repetition of gestures.
A sound poetry performance by Kinga Tóth about the traditional roles of women and the unusual use of the color blue.
A writing body in red, yellow, blue: the Japanese artist Junko Wada in a dance proposal from the 90s together with the sound artist Hans Peter Kuhn.
The artists Anna Serra and Kinga Toth have been working on a new audio-text project since November 12: »Bubble Time Paris.«
Three groups traced the movement of Kafka’s main character from »Amerika« by doing a boat trip and working on a collective performance.
Ten writers from the Institut for Dramatic Writing react on the current refugee movement, in a collaborative writing project with urgent questions on solidarity and empathy.
What if you were to invite Austrian playwright Anna Gschnitzer and she were to stage an entire performance in the subjunctive tense?