Thomas Martius (DE)

Thomas Martius Thomas Martius presented”LAS VENICE” together with Andrzej Wirth at Berliner Luft 2 5. – 6. APRIL 2005 Artistic Collaborator Director, performance- and video- artist, writer, stage-designer. Resides in Berlin, Germany. Leaving a career in business behind, turned to performance art in 1988. Graduated from the Institute of Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen, Germany, 1994. Independent artist since then. Teacher of Video Arts at Freie Universität Berlin, 1996-present. Various “artist in residencies” and scholarships, such as Emily Harvey Foundation (Venice, Italy), Brown Foundation Fellows Program (Dora Maar House, France), Watermill Center (NY, USA). Martius has more than a hundred international performances, theater-projects and videos to his credit. please visit for much […]

Dariusz Fodzcuk (PL)

Dariusz Fodzcuk Dariusz Fodzcuk was our artist in residence i 2013. He made a performance for Samtalekøkkenet in Nikolaj Arthall Dariusz Fodczuk works in painting, sculpture and performance. Fodczuk’s performances and other works have been presented in over 100 individual and group shows in Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Estonia, France, Canada and the USA, among others. He is also the curator of Interakcje International Festival of Performance Art in Bielsko-Biala. And a couple of actions at Hitparaden 1 Fear No Art: Tiny Personal demonstration: More informations here: The Game and other activities: “I am an artist who consequently develops collectivism in performance since over 10 years. I would like to explain the idea […]

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