May 12, 2012 / / film
April 7, 2012 / / film
March 5, 2012 / / art
February 17, 2012 / / dance/movement

Political Mother – The Choreographer’s Cut by Hofesh Shechter rocks! That can be taken literally, in terms of the acoustic score, as well read in the visuals. The piece conveys an eclectically figurative language like one might know from a…

continue ... Newly ordered disorder (not yet fully aligned)

February 12, 2012 / / art

“It takes a long time to become young.” said Picasso. And I think he meant the curious look, the undoing of the known, the ability to comprehend outside the rule and to try instead to open up an inner space…

continue ... Sweeping the Speech Bubbles

January 22, 2012 / / art
December 7, 2011 / / art

By accident I am just discovering Chris Kraus, film-maker, writer and co-editor of Semiotext(e) as I came across the announcement for Performative Philosophy: The films and writings of Chris Kraus and Semiotext(e) at Monash University Museum of Art. An event…

continue ... Failure as springboard to success

October 30, 2011 / / art

Currently the Britain located DV8 Physical Theater is on tour with their latest piece ‘Can we talk about this?’. It is a dance piece, which builds heavily on the actual theme of Islamophobia with specific accentuation on the British situation…

continue ... Can we talk about this?

August 14, 2011 / / general gap

Lucinda Childs is today a reknown figure in postmodern and minimal dance, and also known as one of the founding members of Judson Church. You can check out her profile on wikipedia. Though she should also be remembered for the…

continue ... DANCE – Lucinda Childs

August 7, 2011 / / art

Currently – in the show ‘Raum der Linie‘ in Munich – I came across some works of Fred Sandback and was left stunned by two different facts: one the fragility, though absolute presence of these works and second – how…

continue ... Fred Sandback – spatial wiring

July 3, 2011 / / art
June 30, 2011 / / art

Another performance I had the chance to see lately was Dave St.Pierre’s Libido, which was performed in the context of intransit 11 in Berlin. Admittedly it has been both – disturbing and thrilling – not just because of the nudity…

continue ... I like: Canada’s enfant terrible

June 29, 2011 / / art

In the context of the ‘Border Border Express‘ event at the HAU in Berlin I was so lucky to see two fantastic pieces by Nelisiwe Xaba with 2 pieces: They look at me and that’s all they think & Sarkozy…

continue ... … so worth to see: NELISIWE XABA

May 13, 2011 / / comment

This will be a short post … and may be a bit late in time, as it has been written in a certain perspective after bin Laden’s death – though it’s a real nice find and finally actual at all…

continue ... .. a short one …