Tanz Im August:
Maija Hirvanen
article on Berlin Art Link
25 august 2018
Onerous is the task of an artist to—amidst the current political turmoil and the creeping, post-truth skepticism—re-introduce the grand themes of art and love. read on →
Interview: Edith Buttingsrud Pedersen & Alexander Windner Lieberman
article on Berlin Art Link
22 may 2018
Premiering at Acker Stadt Palast on May 24, ‘Through The Eyes Of The Other’ is a collaboration between dance artists Edith Buttingsrud Pedersen and Alexander Windner Lieberman. read on →
23 february 2018
article on Berlin Art Link
Grupo Oito
Race, heritage and the act of Othering are currently trending on Berlin’s stages. read on →
3HD Festival
article on Berlin Art Link
02 december 2017
The third edition of the 3HD Festival, titled ‘Whatever You Thought, Think Again’ read on →
31 august 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
Tanz im August: La Ribot
Entering the stripped-down space of the Sophiensaele theatre, the audience is immediately confronted with La Ribot’s nude figure, lounging lethargically in front of a circular mirror in the corner of the room. read on →
31 august 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
Slovenian Cultural Centre
The Slovenian Cultural Centre, which was set up in Berlin in June 2016, was inaugurated with an eventful opening night at the classy Babylon Cinema last week. read on →
31 august 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
transmediale: iii
transmediale's robust programme for this year's edition of the festival, Ever Elusive, also included experimental performance. read on →
05 august 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
SOUN D ANCE Festival II
Coming to a close last weekend after a 10-day run, the SOUN D ANCE Festival presented more performances dedicated to the artistic collaboration between dancers and musicians. read on →
10 july 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
Interview: Jenny Haack
With the SOUN D ANCE Festival fast approaching, I spoke with founder Jenny Haack about this year's edition. read on →
Laurie Anderson
article on Berlin Art Link
10 march 2017
The building of walls—a contemporary rhetoric exacerbated by Trump’s twitter-feed—will no doubt go down in history as one of the most heated stories of our times. read on →
transmediale: Metahaven
article on Berlin Art Link
14 february 2017
‘The Sprawl: Propaganda about Propaganda’, the 2016 film by Amsterdam-based design-duo Metahaven, was screened during transmediale festival in the HKW’s cavernous auditorium. read on →
toula limnaios
article on Berlin Art Link
03 january 2017
Since its foundation in 1996 by choreographer Toula Limnaios and composer Ralf R. Ollertz, cie. toula limnaios has been highly successful. read on →
16 december 2016
article on Berlin Art Link
Sasha Waltz
The body—körper—is the carrier of our weight, the instigator of movement, the instrument with which we breathe, perceive and act in the world. read on →
Rose Beermann
article on Berlin Art Link
16 november 2016
As protein shakes and health foods take the market by storm and sports brands increasingly sell a lifestyle as well as trainers, Rose Beermann’s piece ‘My Body Is The Field For Tomorrow’s Battles’ offered a refreshing take on our gym-crazed culture. read on →
SOUN D ANCE Festival: Slow Punk & In Spheres
article on Berlin Art Link
29 june 2018
With a strong programme featuring well-known, prominent artists from Berlin’s improvisation scene and simultaneously introducing various newcomers and guests, the current edition of the SOUNDANCE Festival boasts a diverse range of collaborations. read on →
Karma Ltd. Extended
article on Berlin Art Link
31 march 2018
Karma Ltd. Extended presents 'Transcultural Transience' featuring Isaac Chong Wai and Rachel Monosov at ACUD Galerie. read on →
Interview: Naoko Tanaka
article on Berlin Art Link
14 february 2018
Premiered on February 8th at Sophiensaele, Naoko Tanaka’s installation performance ‘Still Lives’ transformed the theatre into a mystical landscape filled with creeping shadows and rotating spotlights. read on →
13 october 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
Montag Modus
With the launch of its bi-monthly performance series Montag Modus, the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin has quickly become one of Berlin’s most exciting venues for performance art. read on →
31 august 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
The Use of Speech in Art
Speech is perhaps the most direct form of communication available to the human race. read on →
Martin-Gropius-Bau:
Pina Bausch
article on Berlin Art Link
31 august 2017
Today is the last day of the 'Pina Bausch und das Tanztheater' exhibition at Martin-Gropius-Bau. read on →
Encuentros Concentrados
article on Berlin Art Link
31 august 2017
The idyllic Spanish town of Seville, known for its beautiful architecture and tasty tapas, is also home to the off-beat performance festival Encuentros Concentrados. read on →
28 july 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
SOUN D ANCE Festival I
Over the course of the opening weekend of the SOUN D ANCE Festival, a diverse range of works were presented. read on →
INNATIVE LAB
article on Berlin Art Link
23 april 2017
Entering the incense-infused studio, the audience was met by a single woman sat cross-legged in the middle of a circle, demarcated by white tape. read on →
THE INSTRUMENT
article on Berlin Art Link
06 march 2017
Falling outside of the mainstream, Berlin’s performance scene exudes a kind of freedom that opens it to a diverse amalgamation of performers. read on →
13 january 2017
article on Berlin Art Link
Tanztage
For the past twenty years Sophiensaele has hosted one of Berlin’s most attractive contemporary dance festivals, Tanztage. read on →
Hungarian Contemporary Dance Festival
article on Berlin Art Link
21 december 2016
The holocaust, most famously lamented in literature and film, has also been explored in dance. read on →
22 november 2016
article on Berlin Art Link
Ginevra Panzetti
& Enrico Ticconi
The Garden Of Eden—perhaps one of the most archaic themes throughout the history of art—has also been heavily explored in dance. read on →
11 november 2016
article on Berlin Art Link
Adam Linder
An aquamarine patterning, reminiscent of kaleidoscopic imagery, covered the stage for Adam Linder’s ‘Kein Paradiso’. read on →
11 october 2016
article on Berlin Art Link
Plataforma Festival
The candle-lit, outdoor reception at Dock 11 theatre provided for a welcoming atmosphere to the opening night of Plataforma festival. read on →