Artists

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Portraits

Nicoleta Esinencu

Nicoleta Esinencu is a fighter. In her country, she practices the habit of speaking and thinking about things that are often met with silence rather than dialog ...

Ian Kaler

Ian Kaler (formerly known as An Kaler) started out as a visual artist, a personal history that shaped his perspective on the body and space. Initially, Kaler studied transmedial arts ...

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

Minimalism and dance sounds, at first glance, like a rather dry, perhaps strained combination. Yet that has never been the case, neither when looking at its ...

Rabih Mroué & Lina Majdalanie

In the summer of 2012, Rabih Mroué showed a piece in Berlin that encapsulates the central motifs of his work at large...

Isabelle Schad

Isabelle Schad is a pioneer:  she has proven that it is possible to integrate somatic practices into the work of a choreographer. Instead of establishing a fixed repertoire of recurring figures ...

Meg Stuart

Meg Stuart’s pieces get under your skin. The American choreographer and dancer, who lives in Berlin and Brussels, confronts her audiences with physical and psychological states of emergency ...

Kat Válastur

Choreographer Kat Válastur loves the ancient myths and fictional fabrications. In her dance pieces, she combines archaic and contemporary elements ...

Jeremy Wade

Excess, ecstasy, exaltation – Jeremy Wade has made a name for himself as an extreme performer. His works are disturbing and thought-provoking: they revolve around the loss of control ...

Miet Warlop

To make the invisible visible is one of the principles Miet Warlop follows in her work. The artist herself has put it a little more drastically: “I am like a sponge absorbing everything I experience.” …