The projects documented here offer an insight into my poetic and
journalistic writing as well as transdisciplinary practice.
The projects documented here offer an insight into my poetic and journalistic writing as well as transdisciplinary practice.
From August 2019 to July 2020, I am invited by ada Studio as an in-house dance writer and critic. Since 2006, the small venue on the areal of Uferstudios has been hosting and supporting young dance artists in Berlin. As ada’s Studioschreiberin (studio writer) I watch their works, research showings and sketches, or engage in conversations about their practice. My texts aim at offering critique to the artists as well as they are an investigation into modes of writing about dance. They are regularly published once week after the shows on the website of ada Studio. Photo © Aïsha Mia Lethen Bird / ada Studio.
For Neha Kudchadkar’s show All that is in this thing at DISPLAY Berlin, curator Marie DuPasquier invited guest artists from other fields to dialogue with the artist and her work in the space of the exhibition, discovering and reconfiguring the contact zones between their different practices. In a performative reading, Neha and I brought together fragments of texts referring to visible and invisible traces of bodily experiences, and investigating the poetics of measuring the world through the body and the body through the world. Download Interview PDF ↓
published in: FLOAT/ING, small exhibition booklet (ed.: Gislind Köhler and Alexandra Bialas).
yearning dancing shadows under the armpits is a short text in the first of four booklets published in the frame of a collaborative writing project initiated and by Líto Walkey. All four booklets can be read online.