Influx Controls: I wanna be wanna be

The choreographer Boyzie Cekwana grew up in Soweto and started his dance career in South Africa. Since then, his work has been shown all over the world; in Europe this includes the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, the ImpulsTanz festival in Vienna, and the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Brussels. In his productions, Cekwana links the history […] Read More

Dancing in my mind – Suzushi Hanayagi

I know, I should have been writing more with all the dancing on my mind from the stimulating Tanz im August event, and I hope I will get to it the next days. Though first I want to focus on the quite moving event with Robert Wilson’s hommage (german audio on demand link) to the […] Read More

women without men

A strange trailer was the best I could find to bring over a feeling for a film hard to be described. May be the closest description is indeed to favor its strong feminine point of view – women looked at in their unique characteristics, restrictions, and ways they find for their desires. A deep melancholy […] Read More


… cannot say much more at the moment, as that I definitely want to see this exhibition at the Schirn in Frankfurt! “Celloluid. Cameraless Film” at the Schirn, Frankfurt a.M., Germany The exhibition “Celluloid. Cameraless Film” the Schirn, Frankfurt, focuses on a particular art film genre … .. in which footage is produced by creating […] Read More

Aghet – Demons of the Past

Sometimes it might seem that this blog is side-stepping, even to myself, but then I recall the ‘gap’ is also always been about the gap in general and any meaning and as well especially about media. One could now wonder why especially Germany produced and aired an ambitious TV-documentary about the Armenian genocide. Though seeing […] Read More

Berlin – still lost planet … ?

There is obviously still a lot of interest in the weaving of the myth of Berlin inheriting all these lost, forgotten and abandoned places. And true, there are a lot of free, unused, abandoned, shut off, … places – especially for a location, which is regarded, though kind of north-east, definitely as part of the […] Read More

Alice in Wonderland

Though I really enjoyed watching the new Tim Burton version in 3D – despite some critical points one could add, but are out there anyway – it is so worth to look up and focus a bit on some older versions. One amazing find has been made by the BFI – the British Film Institute […] Read More – crutchmaster

Accompanying the upcoming Paralympics a pretty interesting performance festival starts of in Vancouver as with Crutchmaster Bill … and Bill Shannon is a lot of things: dancer, illustrator, actor, sculptor, multimedia artist, and skateboarder, to name a few. He’s perhaps best known for his unique dance style, however, which has earned him the nickname […] Read More