Anya Liftig (US)

Anya Liftig Anya Liftig’s work uses humor to address failure and the difficulty of connecting with other human beings. Her performances often place both the artist and the viewer in an odd juxtaposition of parody and embarrassment. Laughing at her pratfalls, the viewer is drawn into Liftig’s distopic blend of Chaplineque physical humor and Feminist action art. Her current body of performances involves cross-species communication and collaboration with domestic and wild animals. At Hitparaden 1 she performed “Bad Salat” Anya Liftig’s work has been featured at TATE Modern, Exit Art, MOMA, Center for Performance Research, Chez Bushwick, ]performance space[ London, Yale University, Highways Perfomance Space, Lapsody4 Finland, Fado Toronto, Performance […]

Zarathustras Onkel (DK)

Henrik Vestergaard 50 farlige ting (alle børn bør prøve) Zarathustras Onkel Zarathustras Onkel was formed by Henrik Vestergaard Friis and is an alter ego and a group name. Between 2002 and 2012 Zarathustras Onkel has performed 30 different pieces around the would. “Gerüstbauficken” was performed as a part of Berliner Luft 1 “We Come in Peace” was performed as a part of Berliner Luft 2 On Zonkels Kanon homepage you can read about 24 of these. Click here. In the fall of 2006 Zarathustras Onkel started his examination of the Danish Culture Canon for the Performing Arts. The Danish cultural ministry set up a canon in the beginning of 2006 with […]

Andzej Wirth (PL)

Andzej Wirth performed “LAS VENICE” with  Thomas Martius  5. – 6. APRIL 2005 at Berliner Luft Andrzej Tadeusz Wirth ( born April 10, 1927 in Włodawa ) is Polish – German theaterscientist , theater critic and university teacher. He founded the Giessen Institute for Applied Theatre Studies in 1982 . Here, for first time, theoretical , humanities and creative reflection, practical action linked in training. Graduates of this program have significantly affected the development of post-dramatic theater . More info about the work”LAS VENICE” at Thomas Martius page

Andrés Galeano (ES)

Andrés Galeano Andrés Galeano is an interdisciplinary artist whose main medium is performance art. In his pieces, space, audience, objects, actions, time and his body are the elements that compose consciously the work. He mixes freely different art languages within a performance and uses the power of the instant and the presence to create actions and situations that open philosophical questions and poetical experiences. For Samtalekøkkenet, January 2012, he performed “Watching the Sun”:

Andreas Liebmann (CH)

Andreas Liebmann Andreas Liebmann is educated from Schauspiel Akademie Zürich. He has worked as an actor for Theaters in Germany and Switzerland, and in the performance ensemble “GASTSTUBE” with Nicolas Galeazzi and Beatrice Fleischlin (2002-2007). He works as a director, performer and writer of his own performances. At Samtalekøkkenet februar 2012 he performed a try-out of a new work, “We – a Solo”, where the relationship between society and the individual, the audience and a solo performer, is being investigated. More info at http://www.andreasliebmann.net/

Anaïs Héraud (FR)

Anaïs Héraud Anaïs Héraud (b. 1988) is a performance and visual artist living and working in Berlin. She has an MFA in painting and performance art from the college of visual art E.N.S.A.V. Lacambre, Brussels. Her research is based around the aesthetical investigation of emotions and sensations. This performance is part of her series of Odems. Odem is an old German word used in poetry to say to breath or Inspiration. It’s also really closed to the word Oedem, meaning Oedema, this “allergic event” that can bring you to overlie. “For this performance, I’m working with erotic objects of mass production. I believe that desire is the impulse for creativity. […]

Andre Stitt (UK)

Andre Stitt Working almost exclusively in live and interdisciplinary art from 1976–2000, Stitt gained an international reputation for cutting edge, provocative and politically challenging work. His artistic concern is prevailingly that of communities and their dissolution, often relating to trauma, conflict and art as a redemptive proposition. He often relates this back to the city of Belfast and the ‘Troubles’ it was going through during his upbringing. His live performance and installation works have been presented at major museums, galleries and sites specific throughout the world. His work has been included in group exhibitions among others at MoMA PS1, New York (2000), Venice Biennale (2005), Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art,Gateshead, United […]