Carola Lehmann (DE)

Carola Lehmann Carola Lehmann studied applied theatre science in Giessen, and has worked as a theatre maker, video artist and teacher in Berlin. Her focus is an involvement in the american soloperformance, that she curated for the 2006 festival Cross the Line, and for postdramatic theatre and politically motivated performative practices in theatre and everyday culture. She performed “MICKEY MOUSE PÅ SIGTEKORNET” 5.May 2007 at Berliner Luft 3:

Christian Falsnaes (DK/DE)

Christian Falsnaes Christian Falsnaes (1980) began working as a painter after studying for a degree in philosophy. Today he is mainly concerned with the participatory strategies of performance. His works are dominated by the question what it means to be a rational, perceptive human being; a human being asking himself about his attitude towards property, power, manipulation and responsibility. He has presented his work at  Samtalekøkkenet in February 2011: Christian Falsnaes was active in the graffiti, and squatting scene before he began his studies at the Academy of fine Arts in Vienna. He works to break down the barriers between high culture and popular culture, between visual art, film, music and literature […]

Christine Schörkhuber (AT)

Christine Schörkhuber Born in 1982, studied video/videoinstallation at the Academy of Visual Arts in Vienna. Works as installation artist, musician, video producer and organizer. Interested in interdisciplinary crossovers in soundart, visual art, collective operating processes and in political context. Works as a member of the board of management of the IG Kultur Austria since 2006. Christine Schörkhuber performed “Tangency” together with Veronika Mayer at our Salon

Christopher Hewitt (UK)

Christopher Hewitt Christopher Hewitt is a former director of the “Live Art” department at ICA, London, and a initiator of “Performer Stammtisch Berlin”, a forum for the discussion and presentation of performative art. presented his performance art Juke Box at Berliner Luft 3 Christopher Hewitt documented both Hitparade Festivals and some of the Samtalekkøkken nights. And he assisted with guidance and concrete advice in building a forum and a network for performative art in Denmark; including Samtalekøkkenet. Amongst other things, he gave a critical summary of Samtalekøkkenets artists: Andrés Galeano, Joshua Sofaer, Robin Deacon, Florian Feigl and Sian Robinson Davies at Nikolaj Tower Session April 5 2012 Copenhagen – – – – – – – […]

CoreAct (DK)

CoreAct CoreAct is an interdisciplinary performance art ensemble with a background in physical theatre and new circus. The members are Helene Kvint and Anika Barkan. For Samtalekøkkenet Oktober 2010, their work “Undgåelsens bevægelighed” (“The Mobility of Avoidance”) was live reviewed by Torben Sangild (Politiken):

Claudia Splitt (DE)

Claudia Splitt Actress and singer. Studied Applied Science of Theatre in Giessen, Germany, and established the Band MadonnaHipHopMassaker i 1994. Parallel to her work as a singer, she also performs in several theatre and film productions. Claudia Splitt performed “RECYCLE” 5.MAI 2007 as a part of Berliner Luft 3

Brian Catling (UK)

Brian Catling Brian Catling teaches Fine Art at the University of Oxford. His oeuvre spans performance art, painting, video, sculpture, poetry and books, and he organizes a yearly Christmas cabaret of performance art; Cabaret Melancholique. “I am obsessively engaged in the collision of separate activities that sometimes fuse together in a hybrid event – they being the writing of poetry, the constructing of sculptural installation and the action of performance. Most recently they have fetched up as video works.” For our Samtalekøkken, February 2013 he performed the following piece:

Torben Sangild (DK)

Torben Sangild Torben Sangild did the first live review at Samtalekøkkenet And wrote critically about  Live Art for Børn 1 at Politikken: Can be found here : Sorry Danish only. We talked a lot about the critic. On the Radio (24syv) with Torben and elsewhere and finally invited him to talk about it and why and how the performer (Marcio Carvalho) had crossed his and his daughters bounders. Torben will also be a part of COLAB

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 […]