Body Pixel (Croatia)
Deborah Hustic aka lomodeedee aka body pixel – artist, blogger, web dreamer… working with analogue and digital media
Dance Massive (Melbourne, Australia)
Arts House’s curated programs include seasons of performances, exhibitions, live art, installations, cultural events and multidisciplinary work, festivals and special initiatives that nurture, support and stimulate cultural engagement at the local, nation
Dance Week Festival (Zagreb, Croatia)
Croatia’s primary international festival of contemporary dance, movement theatre and mime. This annual festival, organized by Institute for Movement and Dance was founded in 1982 by its Artistic Producer Mirna Žagar.
Famous & Divine (UK)
A theatre/performance company which creates devised work exploring woman as a desiring subject, working with cross-gendered performance, intertextuality and female sexual fantasy as our palette.
Performance artist dealing with the art of performance, human condition, interaction of art on others, and personal experiences.
AJ Dirtystein (Bordeaux,France)
Performer artist & french Phd student in Arts. His radical approach, on the edge between art and sociology is a total commitment not only from his own body in the work, but also to the place of women
Ajkun Ballet Theatre (NYC, USA)
Professional company presenting a 48 week season of contemporary creations and traditional ballets in NYC, thru the USA, Australia and Europe
Alessandro Sciarroni (Italy)
Having trained with Lenz Rifrazioni, Alessandro Sciarroni undertook his first independent creations in 2007. Your girl was selected for the Dro International Performance Prize, Centrale Fies.
Amanitas Fire Theatre ( Czech Republic)
The performances of the Amanitas Fire Theatre are a fusion of fire show, physical theatre, live vocals, hanging and ground acrobatics, pantomime, manipulation with different objects and expressional danc
Ana-Maria Avram, composer (Bucharest, Romania)
Her music is spectral, acousmatic, heterophonic and transformational. She composed since now around 130 works, music for soloists, chamber music, music for orchestra, electronic music and computer assist
Ann Liv Young (Brooklyn, NYC)
Ann Liv Young was born on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and has been creating dance work for over eight years. Her work has been presented at major venues in New York City and Europe.r
Astrid Endruweit (Berlin, Germany)
Astrid Endruweit is a dancer and actress for eight years with Michael Laub / Remote Control Productions. She also creates and performers her own work.
Avy K Productions (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Avy K Productions brings together artists of different media to create improvised multidisciplinary performances. Avy K’s signature audio-visual-kinetic approach combines contemporary dance, live paintin
Bad Co. (Zagreb, Croatia)
A collaborative performance collective based in Zagreb, Croatia. The artistic core of the collective are Pravdan Devlahović, Ivana Ivković, Ana Kreitmeyer, Tomislav Medak, Goran Sergej Pristaš, Nikolina Pristaš and Zrinka Užbinec.
Banana Bag & Bodice (Brooklyn, USA)
Banana Bag & Bodice is an ensemble-based theatre company that creates unique Play Shows with a strong emphasis on original text, music and design. Founded in 1999, we have created 9 original productions varying in style and content, from a futuristic
Big Dance Theater (NYC, USA)
Founded in 1991, Big Dance Theater is known for its inspired use of dance, music, text and visual design to expand and refract literary texts, weaving disparate sources and forms into seamless theatrical wholes.
Blast Theory (London, UK)
A group of seven artists based in London who make live events for theatres, clubs, galleries and the street.
Bruno Beltrão / Grupo de Rua (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
A Brazilian choreographer who has worked since 1996 with his Grupo de Rua (GRN). He uses urban dances in the context of conceptual theatre and tries to find a theatrical credibility for hip hop. During eight years he has been mixing various influences, in
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre (Toronto, Canada)
Established in 1979, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is a not-for-profit, professional theatre company dedicated to the promotion of Queer Canadian Culture. Buddies is committed to work that challenges the
Buran Theatre (Brooklyn, NY)
Buran Theatre is an ensemble of disparate artists creating new theatre works in a satellite system of communities led by writer/director Adam R. Burnett and performer Jud Knudsen.
Caden Manson/Big Art Group (NYC, USA)
A New York City performance company founded in 1999. The company uses the language of media and blended states of performance in a unique form to build culturally transgressive and challenging new works.
Chelfitch (Tokyo, Japan)
The company's name, "chelfitsch," is Okada's coinage. It represents the baby-like disarticulation of the English word "selfish." It is meant to evoke the social and cultural characteristics of today's Japan, not least of Tokyo.
Christian Rizzo / Association Fragile (Paris, France)
Christian Rizzo is not easy to define. He is a multifaceted artist who thinks outside the box, developing his favorite themes and obsessions, revisiting archetypes and rituals and essentializing them into abstract signs, bridging extremes: vagueness and h
Co-Lab editions (Berlin, Germany)
Co-Lab Editions program is dedicated to an exchange between artists that use Performance art as one of their primary working media.
Company Il Posto Vertical Dance (Venice, Italy)
Il Posto is a project conceived in 1994 by the choreographer Wanda Moretti and the musician Marco Castelli, and it is based on the interaction between dance, music and architecture, vertical dance joins
Complicite (London, UK)
Each collaborative adventure into the unknown starts off, anything is possible. The result is an astonishingly broad and continually evolving spectrum of work. It is built on what Artistic Director Simon McBurney calls a series of extraordinary and intric
Constanza Macras : Dorky Park (Berlin, Germany)
Dorky Park is a dance company from Berlin, Germany, created and directed by choreographer Constanza Macras. Initially, between 1997 an 2003, the dance troupe was called Tamagotchi Y2K. Constanza Macras was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she studie
A Belgium-based performance group. Eric Joris being its key figure, this production team has brought together people from different domains depending on the projects that were being made. On the whole, CREW has insisted on making performances at the melti
Damaged Goods .::. Meg Stuart (Brussels, Belgium)
Since 1994, Meg Stuart has been working in Brussels with her company Damaged Goods, a non-profit organisation. Her evening-length pieces Disfigure Study (1991), No Longer Readymade (1993) and No One Is Watching, have been touring extensively throughout Eu
Dana Katz (Tel-Aviv)
Choreographer Dana Katz based in Tel-Aviv , presents her life productions as well as video dance works internationally.
Dell'Arte International (Blue Lake, CA – USA)
Dell’Arte International is the work of an extraordinary community of artists located amidst the majestic redwoods and rugged beauty of California’s North Coast. The combination of our actor training prog
deufert +plischke (Berlin, Germany)
Welcome to the website of deufert +plischke. If you want to know who we are you can find a number of texts to download including some reviews on our work in the Apropos section
Dimanche Rouge, Experimental Performances (Paris, France)
Dimanche Rouge is a non-profit multidisciplinary arts association based in Paris. Dimanche Rouge promotes experimental and live art including performance art, multimedia, dance, sound, video and installations. The association produces festivals and other
Dumbtype (Tokyo, Japan)
Founded in 1984, the artist collective Dumb Type is based in Kyoto, Japan. Members are trained in varied disciplines, including visual arts, architecture, music composition and computer programming. Their work ranges across such diverse media as art exhib
EAST GATE EUROPE (Entré Scenen, Århus, Denmark)
A taste of performance theatre and contemporary dance from Eastern Europe and Aarhus. The performances you are going to see are chosen to indicate the variety and complexity of what is new in performing
Elastic City (New York, NY)
Elastic City intends to make its audience active participants in an ongoing poetic exchange with the places we live in and visit.
Elevator Repair Service (NYC, USA)
Founded by director John Collins and a group of actors in 1991. Since that time, ERS has built a body of work that has earned it a loyal following and made it one of New York’s most highly-acclaimed experimental theater companies of the past 20 years.
Eternity Woman by Negin Vaziri( U.S.A/ITALY/IRAN)
(Body Art, Analogue Photography and Live Performance) A journey from black-and-white through full color following the outlines of a female body and the environment in which it exists. Eternity Woman emb
Fanny & Alexander (Ravenna, Italy)
Fanny & Alexander is an art workshop founded in Ravenna in 1992 by Luigi de Angelis and Chiara Lagani. To date they have produced about forty events ranging across theatre, video and film, installation, photographic exhibitions, conferences and study
Fleet Moves Dance Festival (Wellfleet, MA USA)
Fleet Moves endeavors to create artist-driven community engagement at a grassroots level with a program of events that includes daily movement classes to foster somatic awareness, artist-led sensory walks, as well as custom-made performances in dialogue w
Forced Entertainment (Sheffield, UK)
Our work spans theatre and performance through digital media, video installation and publication. It is original, contemporary work that develops new forms and old to find the most effective articulation of its ideas. The work is shown in a variety of con
A vocal instant composition ensemble that sings fully improvised concerts, but also works in collaborations with fine artists, writers and other musicians/composers, exploring semi-open structures like g
giojaniashvili (Tbilisi, Georgia )
Composer and multimedia artist, whose work covers acoustic and electro-acoustic music, music theatre, multimedia installation, performance, sound art, video art and dance.
Gisèle Vienne (Paris, France)
Gisèle Vienne, born 1976, lives and works in Paris and Grenoble. After studying philosophy, she follows the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts de la Marionette from 1996 to 1999. She is a choreographer / director, performer and plasticienne.
Gob Squad (Berlin, Germany)
Gob Squad make performances, videos, installations and weird happenings, mixing performance, theatre, film and real life. Founded in 1994, the company is based in Nottingham, Hamburg and Berlin.
Guy Cassiers (Belgium)
Born in Antwerp in 1960, is one of the most versatile theatre makers in Flanders and the Netherlands. He originally studied graphic art at the Academy of Fine Art in Antwerp. From 1988 to 1992 Cassiers was artistic director of the company Oud Hu
h2dance (United Kingdom)
h2dance (formed in 1999) presents the joint choreography and direction of Artistic Directors Hanna Gillgren (Sweden) and Heidi Rustgaard (Norway). Their work addresses political and gender issues with hu
Headlong (Philadelphia, PA – USA)
Over the years, Headlong has created over forty dances, many of which are known for their witty take on contemporary culture. Rather than relying on a single dance style or technique, Headlong develops a unique movement vocabulary for each new piece.
Heiner Goebbels (Germany)
The composer and director Heiner Goebbels (*1952) belongs to the most important exponents of the contemporary music and theatre scene. His compositions for ensembles and big orchestras published by » Ricordi Munich are currently performed worldwide as wel
Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson (Brooklyn, NY)
Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson have been collaborating on performance artworks since 2002. Faurot & Paulson live and work in Brooklyn, NY. Their work has been presented at English Kills Art Gal
Hotel Modern (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
A theatre company, established in 1997. They blend visual art, object theatre, drama, music, film, modelling and performance in evocative productions.
Hotel Proforma (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Hotel Pro Forma displaces the notion of theatre into new territories that lie between art and non-art, theatre and non-theatre, between the physical and the metaphysical expression. Performances occupy a space between construction and sensation, conscious
Implied Violence (Seattle, Washington)
Implied Violence is an intimate, intelligent, connected group of emerging artists who create work with and for one another. We are mercurial youngsters with style and wit. We keep secrets and speak in code.
Jay Scheib (NYC, USA)
Writer, Director and Designer, Jay Scheib has been developing new works for performance for over ten years in the US and throughout Europe.
Jelili Atiku (Nigeria)
Nigerian multimedia artist with political concerns for human rights and justice. Through drawing, installation sculpture, photography, video and performance (live art); He strives to help viewers understand the world and expanding their understanding and
Jeremy Xido (Vienna, Austria)
Originally from Detroit, graduated cum laude in Painting and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. In 2000 received a Fulbright Grant to develop the company Cabula6 in Barcelona.
Jo Strømgren Kompani (Norway)
Norwegian dance/theater company founded in 1998. The Company present performances by the Norwegian choreographer, director and playwriter Jo Strømgren. International touring company - so far 46 countries
John Jasperse Company (NYC, USA)
Featuring the choreography of John Jasperse, the Company continues to build a growing presence on the international contemporary dance scene.
John Jesurun ( NYC, USA)
A playwright, director, designer living in New York. His presentations integrate elements of language, film, architectural space and media.
John Moran and Saori (in Thailand)
In 2005, Moran began to work exclusively with Japanese-born dancer Saori Tsukada, who in numerous reviews was described as a performer of unusual precision and stage presence. It was said that after seeing Tsukada from a distance on the street one afterno
Jonah Bokaer (Brooklyn, USA)
An award-winning choreographer and media artist. He has dedicated a short lifetime to expanding possibilities for live performance through choreography, digital media, crossdisciplinary collaborations, and social enterprise, in the United States and inter
Kathy Rose (NYC, USA)
Kathy Rose’s work has evolved from her early drawn animated films of the 1970’s, through her unique, pioneering performance work combining dance with film in the 1980-90’s, to her current surreal performance video spectacles and installations, with influ
Keith Hennessy / Circo Zero (SF, USA)
Hennessy is a Canadian-born performer, director and organizer living in San Francisco since 1982. Creating performances for theaters and streets, Hennessy’s work is marked by queerly evocative images, untamed physicality, and sharp political texts. He dir
koosil-ja/danceKUMIKO (NYC, USA)
Koosil-ja moved to New York in 1981 to study dance with Merce Cunningham. She has received five National Endowment for the Arts Choreographer Fellowships and three New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships.
Chicago based Austrian artist Kurt Hentschläger creates performances and environments. The immersive nature of his work reflects on the metaphor of the sublime and the human condition.
La MaMa ETC (NYC, USA)
Cultural organization led by founder Ellen Stewart. For 47 years La MaMa has passionately pursued its original mission to develop, nurture, support, produce and present new and original performance work by artists of all nations and cultures.
In 1991, under the name of La Ribot, the Madrid artist took her work along new paths by creating scenic works at the moving intersection of live art, performance and video. Humour and eccentricity are the distinctive features of her work, which covers a b
LeeSaar (NYC, USA)
LeeSaar The Company was established in Israel in 2000 by the actress and writer Lee Sher and The Dancer/Choreographer Saar Harari. The company uses the different disciplines and training of Theater and Dance to create original dance and theater performanc
Legwork (Berlin, Germany)
Legwork is a collaborative concerned with situational articulations and circulations of meaning, ranging from figurative to discursive.
Lesley Telford (Madrid, Spain)
Lesley Telford is presently a freelance choreographer, performer and teacher. She was born in Vancouver, Canada. She finished her studies in Montréal at L´Ecole Supérieur de Danse du Québec before joining the company Les Grands Ballets Canadiens under
Lindy Annis (Berlin, Germany)
Lindy Annis was born in Boston, U.S.A. She studied acting and theater at New York University (Experimental Theatre Wing): Bachelor of Arts/Drama. She moved to Berlin, Germany where she works as performance artist, theater author and other related roles.
Lola Arias (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Writer, performer, theater director and songwriter. Texts have been translated to English, French and German and she has been presented in Avignon, Steirischer Herbst, Spielart and In Transit.
Mabou Mines (NYC, USA)
An avant-garde theatre company founded in 1970 and based in New York City. The company was founded by JoAnne Akailitis, Lee Breuer, Philip Glass, Ruth Maleczech, and David Warrilow. It was named after Mabou Mines, Nova Scotia, where the founders rehearsed
Maike Lond (Tallinn, Estonia)
Musician, interdisciplinary artist. Graduated Interfaculty Art Science in Royal Academy of Art in Der Haag. In 2008-2009 worked with Von Krahl Theatre on “Is There A Life After Capitalism” and “Republic of Dreams”
Massimo Furlan (Genève, Switzerland)
Born from Italian parents in Lausanne on October 8th, 1965, Massimo Furlan, after having followed training at the Beaux-Arts School of Lausanne (1984-1988), initiates an operating cycle centred on the themes of the memory and the forgetting.
Medea Electronique Collective (Athens Greece)
A group of individual artists that share a predisposition for innovation in performing arts. Working in fields like music, video, design, painting, multimedia, robotics, interactive technology and media production, we allow the integration of our distinct
Michel Schweizer / La Coma (Bordeaux, France)
Michel Schweizer works in Bordeaux, where he has studied both theatre and visual arts. In his work he combines theatre, dance, visual art and entrepreneurship. He calls his artistic enterprise La Coma a profit centre. From this centre he starts off his pu
Mundo Perfeito (Lisbon, Portugal)
Created in 2003, Mundo Perfeito is directed by Tiago Rodrigues. Based in Lisbon, Mundo Perfeito presented its work in Europe, Middle East and South America. Mixing collaborative pieces with international artists and Rodrigues' personal work, Mundo Perfeit
Muta Imago (Rome, Italy)
Muta Imago is a Rome - based theatre group born in 2004 after the meeting of Riccardo Fazi, dramaturg, Claudia Sorace, director and Massimo Troncanetti, stage designer. From 2006 the group firmly collaborates with the actor Glen Blackhall. Moving from
Nao Bustamante (LA, USA)
Nao Bustamante is an internationally known performance and video artist originating from the San Joaquin Valley of California. Her work encompasses performance art, sculpture, installation and video.
Natalia Mali (United Kingdom)
Natalia Mali ( b.1971) artist working in the field of film, photography, installation, collages and live art. Born in Post Soviet Republic of Dagestan, North Caucasus, Natalia Mali studied art theory at the History Department of Moscow State University.
National Theater of United States of America (NYC, USA)
Through multiplicity of voice and vision, we create unified, intoxicating, space-specific theatrical universes which our audiences complete. Together, we confront the culture and history that we all breathe, promoting multiple perceptions, questions and o
Nature Theater of Oklahom (NYC, USA)
Nature Theater of Oklahoma is a New York-based performance group under the direction of Pavol Liska and Kelly Copper. The ensemble strives to create an unsettling live situation that demands total presence from everyone in the room.
Negin Vaziri (Venice, Italy)
A photographer and set designer who was born in Iran and studied theatre at the "Cinema and Theatre" University of Tehran. In 1999 she immigrated to Venice (Italy), where she attended the Academy of Fine Arts and studied the entwining between photography
New Paradise Laboratories (Philadelphia, USA)
founded to create surprising, meticulous, spiritually challenging, and wholly distinctive experimental theatre productions that investigate the human body and its capacity for physical expression, on-stage and in lfe. These productions are invented using
Nibroll (Tokyo, Japan)
Tokyo based collaborative of choreographer, musicaians, Fashion designers and visual arts
Nina Boas (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
She has made performances in collaboration with choreographs, musicians and dancers for which she obtained a grant this last year. Next to her practice as a performance artist she organizes a yearly performance event called PAE set in Rotterdam.
NO99 (Tallinn, Estonia)
is a state-owned repertoire theatre that has its own building with two theatre halls in central Tallinn. The theatre’s artistic director is Tiit Ojasoo, and Ene-Liis Semper is the chief stage designer-director. Texts are often composed by the directors th
Orthographe (Ravenna, Italy)
Created in 2004 around the research work of Alexander Panzavolta and the optical chamber. The group's name derives from their first show Orthographe de la physionomie en mouvement, a creation for the Venice Biennale 2005.
Pan Pan (Dublin, Ireland)
Pan Pan have created 15 new productions and has toured throughout Ireland as well as Germany, Netherlands, U.K, Italy,Sweden, Poland, Austria, Australia and Korea. Pan Pan also founded and produce the Dublin International Theatre Symposium .
Performer Stamtisch (Berlin, Germany)
Artist run organisation, presenting local and international performance artists on the second Monday of each month at various locations in Berlin. General information for performance artists.
Peter Kyle Dance (Brooklyn, USA)
Forging new collaborative territory with creative partners in theater, dance, music, visual art, film, sound design, digital and video art, choreographer/Artistic Director Peter Kyle is consistently growing his company into a vibrant new voice in the danc
Pig Iron (Philadelphia, PA – USA)
Founded in 1995 as an interdisciplinary ensemble, Pig Iron Theatre Company is dedicated to the creation of new and exuberant performance works that defy easy categorization.
Ping Chong & Company (NYC, USA)
Originally The Fiji Theatre Company, was founded in 1975 to explore the meaning of contemporary theatre and art on a national and international level. The company's mission is to explore the intersections of race, culture, history, art, media and technolo
Plasma (Zürich, Switzerland)
The Swiss drama group PLASMA sees itself as a laboratory in which is searched for theatrical forms of expression. Since 2001 projects have thereby come into being, which distinguish themselves by an own mark and by their professional translation into acti
project 929: mapping the solar (Nevada, USA)
On this site you will find documentation and information about the creation of a new work of durational bikeride/performance to be conducted by artist/activist Joseph DeLappe in May of 2013.
Proto-type Theater is based in Lancaster, UK and Brooklyn, NY and we make original theater and media work that tours internationally.
Rachid Ouramdane (Paris, France)
French-born of Algerian descent, Rachid Ouramdane is at the forefront of Europe’s new generation of conceptual dance-thinkers and performers who are bringing vital new ideas to the stage.
Brooklyn based hybrid performance collective.
Reactor creates projects that place the audience in a central and interactive role, exploring the dynamics of group behaviour and the production of collective reality and responsibility;
Reckless Sleepers (UK)
Reckless Sleepers has been making theatre for almost 20-years. Consistently producing work of high quality with a range of partner organisations introducing a wide-ranging audience to entertaining and th
Rimini Protokoll is the label for the works of artists Helgard Haug (female, German, born 1969), Stefan Kaegi (Swiss, b. 1972) and Daniel Wetzel (German, b. 1969) in various team constellations (related to theatre, live art, radio plays and installation),
Robbinschilds (NYC, USA)
robbinschilds was formed by movement artists Sonya Robbins and Layla Childs in 2003. The company, which was founded on the artistic director’s shared interest in performance and installation, is focused on presenting highly visual time-based works.
Since the late 1960s, Robert Wilson's productions have decisively shaped the look of theater and opera. Through his signature use of light, his investigations into the structure of a simple movement, the classical rigor of his scenic and furniture design,
Rude Mechs (Austin, Texas)
Since 1995, Rude Mechs has used performance to explore collectivity, collaboration, and community. The result is a mercurial slate of 22 original theatrical productions ranging from Low-Fi, Agit-Prop, Lec-Dems to Multi-Media, Romantic-Era, Closet Dramas.
Santasangre is an artistic research project that was born in Rome in late 2001 from Diana Arbib, Luca Brinch, Maria Carmela Milan, Pasquale Tricoci. in 2004, with the arrival of Dario Salvagnini and Roberta Zanardo, reaching the current training.
ScarlattineTeatro (Bergamo. Italy)
, Luna e Gnac and Michele Cremaschi work professionally in theatre all around Europe since twenty years, thanks to a theatrical language that tell stories trough bodies, without the use
Scott Heron (New Orleans, LA)
His solo and group work has been presented in practically every downtown New York venue including The Kitchen, Movement Research at Judson Church, Dixon Place and especially Performance Space 122 which has commissioned four evening-length works. Musical c
Scrag Aisedory (Kyiv, Russia)
Scrag Aisedory is an art group from Kyiv. It was founded in 2007 and engaged in the choreographic and post-theatrical performances with video installations and experimental music actions.
The UK’s first theatre company dedicated to contemporary shadow theatre techniques
Sheree Tams (Canada/UK)
Sheree works internationally and studied Enviromental Design and Graphic Design at Art College followed by post graduate studies at the prestigious Motley Theatre Design Course in Covent Garden, under the mentorship of Alison Chitty.
Slapsus (Bergamo, Italy)
Slapsus - Lorenzo Baronchelli, Michele Cremaschi, Pier Frugnoli and Manuel Gregna is an artistic nucleus formed in 1999. Throughout their working experiences they have been greatly influenc
Smeds Ensemble (Helsinki, Finland)
A production unit which functions as a meeting forum for Finnish and international artists. Co-operation has been planned with major Finnish festivals and theatres, and also various organisations in Brussels, Tallinn, Vilnius, Linz and Budapest.
Snuff Puppets (Melbourne, Australia)
The company tours nationally and internationally, with shows on the streets, in circus tents, theatres and at rock concerts. Snuff Puppets combine the elements of puppetry, live music, visual and physical theatre. Subjects that are considered taboo are
Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio
Italian director Romeo Castellucci founded the theatre company Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio with his sister, Claudia Castellucci, and wife, Chiara Guidi, in 1981. In the twenty five years since, the group has staged some of the most radical and controversial
Solimán López (Valencia, Spain)
Solimán López (Burgos, 1981), is an artist who straddles the plastic, media, new technologies and performance. Knowing these tools used at will as the script demands of her own message.
Station House Opera
With past projects ranging from spectacular site-specific works created with 10,000 concrete blocks, to simultaneous performances across continents using live internet streaming, Station House Opera is an internationally renowned performance company with
SUPERAMAS have seen their task as taking on dance with materials from other areas of life. The group uses “untreated”, often unspectacular circumstances as well as readymades coming from everyday culture, and it treats those elements equally.
Taavet Jansen (Tallinn, Estonia)
Director, programmer and interdisciplinary artist. Graduated as choreographer in Tallinn University and got masters degree in dance and New Media program Dance Unlimited in Amsterdam Theatreschool. Worked with several renowned and not-yet-renowned artists
Takla Improvising Group (Milan, Italy)
A cultural association which explore the art of the improvisation in different artistic languages and organize a Performing Improvisation Festival in November where are hosted italian and international
Tashmadada is a contemporary performance company committed to bringing together arts practitioners as well as providing a forum for discussion about the arts.
Tashmadada (Melbourne, Australia)
Tashmadada is a contemporary performance company committed to bringing together arts practitioners as well as providing a forum for discussion about the arts.
Temporary Distortion (NYC, USA)
A performance group who creates unique, nonlinear juxtapositions of text, image, and sound...focused on stillness, minimalism, and the search for a new style of chamber theater.
Tere O'Connor Dance (NYC)
Tere O’Connor’s choreography finds its logic outside the realm of “translation”. He views dance as a system of information with its own properties, an abstract documentary form that need not be assessed through the lens of western culture, spoken languag
Thaddeus Phillips & Lucidity Suitcase (Philadelphia, PA – USA)
The LUCIDITY SUITCASE Intercontinental is a theater creation team made up of artists from Colorado, Colombia, Iowa, New Mexico, New York & Bulgaria that use 'rough' media, documentary footage, transformational scenography, improvisation and research t
The Builders Association (NYC, USA)
Creates large-scale theater projects exploring the interface between live performance and media. Work re-animates theater for a contemporary audience, using current tools to interpret old forms. Productions combine historic and new texts with performance,
The Famous / Lauren Barri Holstein (London, UK)
The Famous has been making vagina based work since 2008 with performances across the UK everywhere from Fierce Festival, SPILL Festival, Arnolfini, Duckie and Chelsea Theatre. Her most recent show Splat!
The Ontological-Hysteric Theater
Founded in 1968 by Richard Foreman with the aim of stripping the theater bare of everything but the singular and essential impulse to stage the static tension of interpersonal relations in space. The OHT seeks to produce works that balance a primitive an
The Wooster Group
An ensemble of artists who, under the direction of Elizabeth LeCompte, make work for theater, dance and media.
Theater TAS (New York, USA)
New York City based theater company founded by Kaca Celan in Sarajevo (1984), continued in Burgau Castle, Germany (1993) and re-founded in NYC (2009)
Theaterlab (New York, USA)
Salon for Experimental Theatre and Performance in New York City. Theaterlab often hosts international artists from various performance disciplines. We also offer occassional workshops and cla
Thinaar (Brooklyn, NY)
A web repository for the work - upcoming and past - of playwright and performer Aaron Landsman. Landsman's locative and theatrical works have been presented in Belarus, Sweden and Norway.
Third Angel (Sheffield, UK)
Third Angel makes entertaining and original contemporary performance that speaks directly, honestly and engagingly to its audience. Established in Sheffield in 1995, the company makes work that encompasses performance, theatre, live art, installation, fil
Time Etchells – Notebook
The notebook / blog is updated pretty often and covers a wide range of stuff that I'm working on as well as things I'm seeing and thinking about.
TOPAZ ARTS (New York, USA)
TOPAZ ARTS, Inc. is a nonprofit multidisciplinary arts organization founded in 2000 by artists Todd Richmond (composer/visual artist) and Paz Tanjuaquio (choreographer/dancer) to foster new works and sup
Trajal Harrell (NYC, USA)
Born in Douglas, Georgia, he graduated from Yale University where he studied American Studies with a concentration in creative processes ― researching theater, literary theory, and art history.
(Verena Stenke & Andrea Pagnes) work internationally in Performance art and filmmaking. The website offers documentations of their works, as well as links to their essays and research, in
Whitney V. Hunter (NYC, USA)
Whitney V. Hunter is a Brooklyn-based performance / exhibition artist and independent curator. He creates and curates work for the stage, gallery, and alternative spaces, and directs his Whitney Hunter[
Wu Ingrid Tsang
He engages the voice as a physical medium and metaphor. His projects and performances have been presented at REDCAT (LA), Art in General (NY), The Kitchen (NY), Espai d'Art Contemporani (Castellon), Sala de Art Publico Siqueiros (Mexico City), Impakt Fest
Yaemeen Godder (Jaffa, Israel)
Yasmeen Godder was born and raised in Jerusalem, and moved to New York with her family at age eleven. Her works have regularly been presented at the Suzanne Dellal Dance Center in Tel Aviv, and extensively throughout the world: Lincoln Center Festival in
Yanira Castro | a canary torsi (New York, USA)
a canary torsi creates site-adaptable dance projects within visual and audio environments. Established in 2009 by New York director/choreographer Yanira Castro, a canary torsi invites audiences to engage
ArtEZ Master of Choreography
The ArtEZ Master of Choreography is a 2 year full-time (though partially residential) practice-led master study in choreography. It is rooted in contemporary international choreographic practice and offe
De Theaterschool – SNDO (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
De Theaterschool is a faculty of the Amsterdam School of the Arts. It encompasses fourteen courses of higher professional education (HBO) in dance, theatre and scenography, theatre technical arts and production.
MA Visual Language of Performance (London, UK)
In this MA programme at the University Arts London, in Wimbledon, students examine Contemporary Performance practice through the developing a range of visual, performance and design concepts such as per
MA/PhD in Theatre Arts at Cornell University (Ithaca, NYC)
The doctoral program in theatre and performance studies at Cornell University offers students an interdisciplinary environment in which to pursue critical studies of various dramatic cultures, theatrical traditions, and expressive behavior in increasingly
SEAD (Salzburg, Austria)
Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance stands for the development of individuality and creativity and offers a framework for experimental experiences.
Summerschool Den Haag (NL)
The Summerschool programme includes daily balletclasses and workshops with contemporary dance, romantic ballet, choreography and improvisation skills. You will find enjoyable workshops for students with
ACT FESTIVAL (Bilbao,Spain)
The ACT Festival is an international theater and performing arts program involving new creators and artists from various countries which will serve as a launching pad for new scenic works, and interchang
Adelaide Festival (Australia)
For more than 50 years the festival’s audiences have delighted in an outstanding mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking dance pieces, renowned writers and striking visual arts display
Alkantara Festival (Portugal)
International performance festival that also hosts many meetings, residencies, and national and international co-productions
Art in Odd Places (New York City, USA)
Art in Odd Places (AiOP) is an annual festival that presents visual and performance art in public spaces along 14th Street in Manhattan, NYC from Avenue C to the Hudson River each October.
Bergen International Festival (Bergen, Norway)
The Bergen International Festival presents art in all its guises: music, theatre, dance, opera and visual art. The Bergen International Festival is the largest of its kind in the Nordic countries, with more than 150 events in 15 days.
Crossing the Line FI:AF (NYC, USA)
A platform for transformation. A festival of new work that enables all of us to re-imagine the way we exist in the world, the way we look at the world, and the way we sense and experience the world.
CUE (Berlin, Germany)
Monthly meeting with the unforeseeable. No programme: don´t bring any expectations, uncertainty is welcome. Mistakes are moments of opportunity. It depens on you that something happens. Just Come. Jus
CULTURESCAPES presents each year a choice in all fields of the arts, visual, performing, film, literature etc. of one country/ culture. a network of over 50 partners/ presenters are co-hosting up to 400
Donau Festival (Krems, Austria)
The Donaufestival 09 sees itself – not claiming to be in the slightest complete – as a seven-day attempt to respond to the unreality of reality of our times by means of various artistic media and positions. Anything that religious and political agitators,
Dublin Dance Festival (Dublin, Ireland)
Dublin Dance Festival is Ireland's leading dance event. The Festival shares inspirational contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland and supports Irish dance artists to develop their work in an international festival context.
Eurokaz (Zagreb, Croatia)
The International Festival of New Theatre EUROKAZ since its founding in 1987, has presented numerous artists and companies from all over the world and has established itself as the frontrunner theatre festival in South-East Europe. It takes place annually
Festival d'Avigon (Avignon, France)
The mission of the Festival is to show-case French and foreign contemporary drama, dance creations and stage performances in general - about forty productions each year - to an ever-growing audience (around 100,000).
Festival de Liège (Liège – Belgium)
A cross roads of individual, authentic statements by internationally renowned artists, a place where creative ideas, adventure, debate, confrontation, discovery will be a wide open window on our world.
Festival Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)
The theme of the first edition of Festival/Tokyo, the Festival/Tokyo 09 Spring, was “Towards a new real”. For a period of one month, more than 60 000 spectators gathered to see one of the 19 performances divided on 128 shows, engaging more than 500 perfor
Festival TransAmériques (Montréal, Canada)
National event celebrating new works in contemporary dance and theatre, the Festival TransAmériques combines disciplines and artistic trends under cohesive programming.
Festival VEO (València, Spain)
Theater, music and dance together for the seventh consecutive year at the festival València Escena Oberta or in a more emphatic in VEO: a festival of transgressive proposed findings delirious and which programming is built around contemporary creation, th
Filament – EMPAC (Troy, NY)
A festival of new work in performance, visual arts, sound, and media. With over 15 premieres spanning theater, 24-channel sound, contemporary dance, video, and a barn-raising; exchanges with artists, cur
Hellenic Festival (Greece
The “Hellenic Festival” is a limited company established in 1998 for the organisation of music, theatre, and other cultural events, the publication and distribution of periodicals, books and other types of publications, and the creation of audiovisual mat
Helsinki Festival (Helsinki, Finland)
Helsinki Festival is the largest arts festival in Finland, organised annually in late summer. The festival’s aim is to make art accessible for all.
Holland Festival (Amsterdam, Holland)
The Holland Festival has been the trend-setting performance arts festival in the Netherlands since 1947, annually presenting exceptional work at the international level. The Festival has had an illustrious history, with every artistic director taking it i
Kunsten Festival des Arts (Brussels, Belgium)
Kunsten Festival des Arts, created by Frie Leysen in 1994, takes place every year in May and lasts up to four weeks, during which a wide range of events takes place at twenty different venues in Brussels. The programme of the festival invariably presents
Les Festival EXIT (Paris, France)
As an active participant in the contemporary artistic creation, the Maison des Arts et de la Culture de Creteil is a place where all manners and movements of art are produced, displayed, and performed. With over 300 performances a year, MAC's policy start
LIFT (London, England)
LIFT produces and presents interactive cultural experiences which enable people to make meaningful connections on a local, national and international level. Since 1981, LIFT has been recognised as one of Europe’s leading arts festivals, introducing theatr
Mass Live Arts (Massachusetts, USA)
MLA is dedicated to presenting bold new works of contemporary performance by the world’s leading artists. It is also committed to fostering the creation of new American works through development residenc
Month of Performance Art – Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
The MONTH OF PERFORMANCE ART (MPA-B) is a month-long platform dedicated to highlighting, promoting and interconnecting the wealth and diversity of independent, contemporary and experimental Performance A
Movement Research Festival (NYC, USA)
An annual two-part festival that explores contemporary dance forms through performances, classes, workshops, contact jams, multimedia installations and discursive formats.
Napoli Teatro Festival Italia (Napoli, Italy)
The Festival interweaves a special relationship with Naples, not only staging its shows in the city’s theatres but also in other more unusual venues. The Festival has commissioned and produced site-specific shows for its subterranean caves, for its roofto
On The Boards (Seattle, Washington)
On the Boards is a non-profit contemporary performing arts organization located in the lower Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. Founded by artists in 1978, our programming supports the development of artists and companies who are creating ground-breaking
Open Art (Beijing, China)
Open International Performance Art Festival is the first in China and is the largest and longest in the history of an unofficial and non-governmental International Performance Art Festival in China.
Perfect Performance (Stockholm, Sweden)
A presenting platform that works from Stockholm as a base, we arrange festivals, seminars and work as consultants with our biggest theaters and schools. Perfect Performance present international Live Art, with an emphasis on theater, dance and performanc
Performa (NYC, USA)
PERFORMA is a non-profit interdisciplinary arts organization committed to the research, development, and presentation of performance by visual artists from around the world.
Philadelphia Dance Projects (Philadelphia, PA USA )
Supporting contemporary dance through projects that encourage artists and audiences to more fully participate and engage in the experience and pursuit of dance as an evolving form. Each year, PDP presents an annual series offering contemporary dance perfo
Philadelphia Live Arts Festival (Philadelphia, PA – USA)
A collection of the world’s best contemporary performing artists energize Philadelphia audiences each year during the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. Selected by Nick Stuccio, the Festival’s Producing Director, about half of these artists are based in Ph
Plataforma (Berlin, Germany)
Plataforma presents in cooperation with Tanzfabrik Berlin young artists from Iberoamerica (Latinamerica and the Iberian peninsula), confronting the works of Berlin based artists with pieces that were developed in Iberoamerica. Iberoamerica is connected by
Prelude (NYC, USA)
Festival and symposium of the best of NYC's contemporary theatre and performance scene.
Risk X Reward (New York, USA)
Uncompromising original, and problematic, MAD’s performance series Risk x Reward returns for its second annual season with seven world-premiere commissions. Assembling a group of the most innovative artists working in performance today, Risk x Reward con
Sommerszene (Salzburg, Austria)
Szene salzburg started as a platform for local artists for contemporary performing arts and music. salzburg being famous for her traditional culture and music the szene grew to be the contemporary counter weight to this historical reputation. today the sz
SpielArt Festival (Munich, Germany)
SPIELART is an international festival of contemporary theatre art. It presents artists who are willing to risk something, who use sensuality, humor and intelligence to express what is special, lively and surprising in the theatre art form. SPIELART target
Steirischer Herbst (Graz, Austria)
As a festival, steirischer herbst is special in many respects: by dint of its many voices, its promotion of communication between the various disciplines of art, thanks to the link-up of aesthetic positions and theoretical discourse. Its clear-cut positio
The ACT Festival (Bilbao, Spain)
The ACT Festival is an international theater and performing arts program involving new creators and artists from various countries which will serve as a launching pad for new scenic works, and interchang
Time-Based Art Festival (Portland, Oregon)
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s annual convergence of contemporary performance, dance, music, new media and visual arts projects in Portland, Oregon. The TBA Festival examines and celebrates every form of contemporary art and is the only festiva
Tokyo Performing Arts Market (Tokyo, Japan)
TPAM is a place for presenters who connect artists and audiences, such as directors/managers of theaters and public halls, festival directors, producers, promoters, agents and company managers, to gather from Japan and around the world, discovering and di
UNDER THE RADAR (NYC, USA)
UNDER THE RADAR is a look at new theater on shuffle mode - examples from around the world and the U.S. that spotlight artists ranging from emerging talents to masters in the field. The festival is a wild mix of works by ensembles, solo artists, writers, a
Zürcher Theater Spektakel (Zurich, Switzerland)
Each year the festival directors invite from around the world 25 to 30 individuals and companies whose creations are marked by formal independence, innovative character and artistic ambition.
A project hosting and encouraging interdisciplinary artistic creation trough artistic residencies, result of a private effort open to partnerships and communication with other entities. Set in a small countryside village of Portugal, it is a place with ru
Fleetstreet Residency Program (Hamburg, Germany)
Since 1 January 2012 the Fleetstreet Theater Hamburg sets up together with the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the Hamburgische Kulturstiftung and the Rudolf Augstein Stiftung a Residency Program for
Abrons Arts Center (New York, USA)
The Abrons Arts Center brings innovative artistic excellence to Manhattan's Lower East Side through diverse, cutting-edge performances; exhibitions/artist residencies, classes and workshops for all ages; and arts-in-education programming at public schools
Axis Arts Centre (Crewe, UK)
Axis Arts Centre promotes the best emergent, national and international small-scale touring contemporary theatre, live art, contemporary dance, performance writing, new music and installation.
Bit Teatergarasjen (Bergen, Norway)
BIT) produces, co-produces and presents international and Norwegian contemporary art, theatre and dance, with specific emphasis on projects that stimulate international co-production and cooperation between different fields of art.
Black Box Teater (Oslo, Norway)
Black Box Teater was founded in 1985 and is one of Norway’s main venues for international and Norwegian contemporary performing arts.
Brut Wien (Vienna, Austria)
Mit den beiden Spielstätten im Künstlerhaus und im Konzerthaus ist es brut möglich, den unterschiedlichsten Anforderungen der jeweiligen Produktionen zu entsprechen.
Chocolate Factory (LIC, New York, USA)
The Obie Award-winning Chocolate Factory Theater supports the creation of new work in a variety of disciplines including theater, dance, music, multimedia and the visual arts.
Dampfzentrale (Bern, Switzerland)
Dampfzentrale facilitates access to the world of contemporary dance, promotes the interest and curiosity for the art form and enables their own experience.
deSingel (Antwerp, Belgium)
deSingel’s intention is to become a vigorous and large-scale arts campus that presents and produces contemporary and international art and makes it accessible to the broadest possible audience.
DiverseWorks (Houston, TX)
DiverseWorks is a non-profit art center dedicated to presenting new visual, performing, and literary art.
Emilia Romagna Teatro (Modena, Italy)
A constant double point of view on theatre aimed on one side to give art a place to grow freely and on the other give the audience the intellectual and emotional involvement that the artistic production can provide.
HERE (NYC, USA)
HERE is one of New York's most prolific producing organizations and at the forefront of the city's presenters of daring new hybrid art.
Highways Performance (Santa Monica, USA)
In its twenty-first year, Highways continues to be an important alternative cultural center in Los Angeles that encourages fierce new artists from diverse communities to develop and present innovative works.
ICA (Boston, USA)
The Institute of Contemporary Art strives to share the pleasures of reflection, inspiration, provocation, and imagination that contemporary art offers through public access to art, artists, and the creative process.
Kaii Theater (Brussels, Belgium)
The Kaaitheater arts centre in Brussels was established in 1977. It was originally a biennial international festival. Since 1987 its work has extended over the full theatre seasoning. The Kaaitheater presents theatre, dance and concerts, with a special em
Kampnagel (Hamburg, Germany)
Kampnagel is Germany’s largest production and performance facility for national and international freelance artists and is one of the most reputable venue for the performing arts.
Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt, Germany)
The Künstlerhaus Mousonturm is part of the diverse cultural scene in Frankfurt and is a continuous process of development. New working methods and developments in the field of art in the era of globalization and media, but also the social, political and e
OUI Performance (York, UK)
York based O U I Performance, founded in 2010, is a not-for-profit, artist-led, curatorially driven arts organization focusing on live time-based performance a
PAF (St. Erme Outre et Ramecourt, France)
PAF (=PerformingArtsForum) is a place for the professional and not-yet professional practitioners and activists in the field of performing arts, visual art, new media and internet, theory and cultural production, who seek to research and determine their o
Performance Space 122 (NYC, USA)
Performance Space 122 is dedicated to supporting and presenting artists whose work challenges the traditional boundaries of dance, theatre, music, and performance. Committed to exploring innovative form as well as material, PS 122 is steadfast in its sear
Project Arts Centre (Dublin, Ireland)
Project Arts Centre is dedicated to enabling artists to create work of high quality and ambition, while cultivating an atmosphere of adventure and creative enquiry for audiences and artists alike.
REDCAT (LA, USA)
REDCAT is a vibrant laboratory where innovating artists from throughout Los Angeles and around the world gather to push the boundaries of creative expression. Through performances, exhibitions, film screenings, and literary events, REDCAT highlights today
Sophiensaele (Berlin, Germany)
Die Sophiensaele sind die älteste kontinuierlich arbeitende Produktions- und Spielstätte für frei produzierte Theater- und Tanzprojekte in
STUK (Leuven, Belgium)
STUK sees as its core business to a public meeting about art as well. A place where different look at the world can be assessed. A place that is considered fundamental in the art and artists. A place where enough space to take risks. A place with a wide r
Table Vivant (Evanston, IL)
Table Vivant is an artist-run supper club and experimental exhibition space in residential Southeast Evanston, IL.
Teatro Canovas (Málaga, Spain)
In designing our program schedule two basic ideas have guided the Ministry of Culture of the Junta de Andalucia to meet the production stage of our autonomous region and to place this on an equal footing with the invited companies from the rest the state
Teatro Central (Sevilla, Spain)
the Ministry of Culture of the Andalusian Government continues to pursue the lines that have made Central a reference space of live performance in Andalusia, Spain and Europe
The Abrons Arts Center (NYC, USA)
he Abrons Arts Center is a program of Henry Street Settlement, which has brought cultural and artistic excellence to Manhattan’s Lower East Side since 1893. Abrons opened in 1975 to house Henry Street’s visual and performing arts programming alongside art
The Basement (Brighton, England)
A presenter of innovative and experimental performance. Presenting national and international artists alongside Brighton’s experimental performers, The Basement is a vibrant hub for all things subversive and idiosyncratic
The Kitchen (NYC, USA)
A multi-disciplinary presenting organization that provides visionary artists in all stages of their careers with much needed technical, artistic, and administrative resources for performances and exhibitions, The Kitchen has helped to launch the careers
Theaterhaus Gessnerallee (Zurich Switzerland)
As the centre of independent theatre and dance production in Switzerland, the Gessnerallee is a place of creation and a venue for premieres for the interesting national artists and companies.
Wexner Center for the Arts (Columbus, Ohio)
The Wexner Center opened in November 1989. Conceived as a research laboratory for all the arts, it has emphasized commissions for new work and artist residencies since its inception. Its multidisciplinary programs encompass performing arts, exhibitions, a
WP Zimmer (Antwerp, Belgium)
wp Zimmer is a workplace in Antwerp with a strong international bias: a place for beginning artists to develop their work. We are a home base for young artists in the field of dance, physical theatre, performance, and more hybrid relatives.
an online journal growing a community of knowledge about how we recognise, cultivate and negotiate a state of dance in human and other systems. The desire is to facilitate a community of practice around a sense of choreography as a new and open metaphor.
Contemporary Dance Video Database
Although the ethics behind uploading "somebody's work" to the internet without "permission" is highly debatable, our point is doing so, especially when the "work" in question is a performance video -live recording or movie version of the performance, is t
An artist-driven project of Movement Research. The publication was conceived as a platform to activate and develop critical discourse on dance and movement-based work.
Culture Machine (UK)
Culture Machine is an international open-access journal of culture and theory, founded in 1999. Its aim is to be to cultural studies and cultural theory what 'fundamental research' is to the na
Culturebot.org is NYC’s first multidisciplinary, contemporary arts + culture blog, launching in December 2003. Though based in NYC we have expanded our coverage to include contemporary cultural news and events from around the world.
Danceworkbook, a series produced by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, documents the creative practice of living and working with dance.
Daniel Mufson (Berlin, Germany)
Daniel Mufson is an American freelance writer, translator, and editor. He lives in Berlin. He has translated plays, art criticism, and business texts. He is also the editor of Reza Abdoh, an anthology about an Iranian-American director and playwright, pub
Digital Performance Blog
The Digital Performance Institute (DPI) is a laboratory assisting artists in developing new dialogues between technology and performance. DPI’s programs are specifically designed to facilitate artist-driven investigation of technology’s role in multi-disc
Everybodys is a data base and a library, a toolbox and a game creator, a publication house, a score container, a site for distribution and for long term investigatory discussions. It is a platform for the development of tools and content, for research and
Eyebeam's Blog - Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of
The Lost Notebook is an arts initiative that develops new forms in contemporary performance, generates new economically sustainable arts networks to share knowledge and resources and publishes new artist-authored critical scholarship.
Maska (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Maska is a nonprofit organization for publishing, production (performances, interdisciplinary and visual art works), education and research. It is oganized through three sections: Maska Publications, Mas
Performance Matters (UK)
A creative research project exploring the contemporary values associated with performance at a time when it has increased resonance as a cultural phenomenon, and as a concept and metaphor in critical discourse.
Archive of RealTime plus OnScreen issues and articles covering innovative practices in media art, digital art, hybrid art, performance, visual art, ...
Sarma is an artistic and discursive laboratory for criticism, dramaturgy, research and creation in the field of dance and beyond. Sarma collects and organizes discursive practices. By compiling author based or thematically related text anthologies, publis
Unfriendly Takeover (in German)
An unfriendly takeover is not a guerrilla action, no kulturmilitärische strategy and a tactic nonetheless: The temporary takeover of another, alien place, a strange structure, a foreign subject. The takeover of curatorial authority, parallel to the new an
Organization that works to draw attention to economic inequalities that exist in the arts, and to resolve them.
Zero Performance Blog
Keith Hennessy blogs about performance, contemporary dance, political action, San Francisco, USA, Europe and beyond whenever possible. Performance making, teaching and viewing as research and revival. Performance writing as a practice of witness, reflecti
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