R A D I O S H O W .
is a work in progress with concept by Angela Fegers featuring choreography and art by various Berlin artists.
R A D I O S H O W is a 60 minute production, designed for a multi-room venue. Each room contains a different artist, or "room designer's" personal work with the common theme of construction,destruction and reconstruction in structural and emotional means. The audience is given a pair of headphones and mp3 player at the entrance of the performance and are independently guided through the venue. Each audience member has a different experience and ends in a different place, with a different story. There is a maximum of 120 audience members per performance, and 120 headsets supplying different instructions.
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Artists involved :
Monica Sharon (co-producer/choreographer)
Milla Koistinen ( Choreographer ) has graduated from the Theatre Academy Helsinki, Finland with MA in dance and from HfS Ernst Busch/HZT Berlin with MA in choreography. She has worked among others with Kristian Smeds, Hiroaki Umeda, Peter Verhelst (NTGent/Johan Simons), Cie Heddy Maalem, Christine Gaigg, Hans van den Broeck and Les Ballets du Grand Maghreb. Since 2008 she has been creating her own work and her creations have been played in Tanzhaus NRW, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Mad House Helsinki, Fabriktheater Zürich, Dampfzentrale Bern, Ballhaus Ost and in Uferstudios Berlin. Koistinen has collaborated with Jochen Arbeit, Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop, director Janne Reinikainen at the Finnish National Theatre and with soundpoet Dirk Huelstrunk. In the summer 2010 she was one of the danceWEB scholarship recipients in Impulstanz Vienna. In 2017 Koistinen was working with the support of Arts Promotion Centre Finland six months artist grant. She has worked as a guest teacher at SEAD Salzburg, the Iceland Academy of the Arts, Tanzhaus NRW, Sasha Waltz & Guests, Toula Limnaios Company, Staatstheater Braunschweig, Munich DancePAT, Tanzhaus Zürich, Theatre Academy of Helsinki, the University of Tampere, HZT Berlin, Marameo and DOCK 11 in Berlin, Espace Catastrophe in Brussels and PAC Ramallah. In 2019 Milla Koistinen has been invited as a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki.
Arnau Montserrat ( Musician/ Sound Engineer ) is a multimedia and Sound designer Artist from Barcelona graduated in Audiovisuals Sys- tems Engineering and based in Berlin. His projects take on multiple forms, ranging from acting performance to media installations and music production. His latest works where presented at Sónar Barcelona and Volksbühne Berlin, among others”
Laura Andrée Anna-Elisabeth Guy ( Performer ) is a freelance dancer/performer currently based in Berlin. She recieved her formative training from Danceworks, based in Berlin ( BA ) in classical dance training. She currently works for Carla Marboeuf and Katrina Bastian, in their independent projects based in and out of Berlin. She is an avid part of the Berlin community and is making every effort to keep her home in Berlin, by supporting new emerging ideas and creations.
David Guy ( Musician ) started showing curiosity and joy at the age of four, pulling out pots and pans to play and explore rhythm. Being of half Frenc and half Danish identity, and thus having grown up in a mixture of two different languages and cultures, david has always felt attracted to sounds, rhythm, and communication. David formerly studied music, speci cally Jazz, in New York City, at the Collective School of Music ( Peter Retzlaff, ian Froman, Vince Cherico, Adriano Santos, Marko Djordejvic) Daivd has studied a wide variety of musical genres. David has since graduating, moved to Berlin, where he uses as a base to go back and forth between performing in Europe and New York City.
Paul Schulz ( Set Design ) Berlin bred, Paul Schulz has his formative Arbitur in Carpentery, which he recieved while working on the stages for the Deutsch Opera, Berlin. After graudating, Paul then moved on to be the full time constructor of Artist Residency, Lake Studios Berlin, ( with Marcela Giesche ). After leaving the studio Paul continues to work as a freelance carpenter and is currently completely his Bachelors in Eingneering at HZT, Berlin. Paul has also been featured in Marcela Giesche’s work “Le Sacre Du Printempts,” which premiered at HAU2 in 2013.
Nadine Freisleben ( Choreographer ) was born in Berlin in 1989. She danced in different Nigerian based companies in Lagos and Calabar in 2008 – 2010, where she got in touch with Westafrican Contemporary Dance. She uses this approach and technics in teaching as well as in performing her own movement style. In 2013 she found the Dance-Theatre Company „GAU Company“, which she nows directs together with her partner Lioba Kaszemeik. She graduated from her professional Contemporary Dance School education in 2015 in Berlin, where she started working on an international level with choreographers like Saskia Assohoto, Chaim Gebber, Christian Schwaan and Jennifer Mann. After dancing in Israel for one month in 2016, she went to Marseille, France, where she worked with Cie. Itinérrances / Christine Fricker and gave Workshops. In 2018 GAU Company was chosen for the bavarian artist in residency programme of KARI Tanzhaus in Kempten, where Nadine created the new piece „Die Realisierten“ together with a chosen ensemble. The dance piece will premier at the festival 18.Kemptener Tanzherbst. In Berlin she constantly works on GAU Company, organizes performance evenings and teaches dance.
Sarah Bleasdale ( Choreographer ) is a European-based dancer, choreographer and performer from New Zealand. She holds a BA in Contemporary Dance and Choreography, a Commercial Dance Diploma, and a BA in Political Science and Religious Studies. Sarah has danced for Cie.Antonia Baehr(GER), SOIT/Cie. Hans Van den Broeck(BEL), Renan Martins(BEL/BR), PROJECTion Dance(AUS) and Demestri+Lefeurve(FR/BEL) amongst others. In 2016 Sarah was an award winner at the International Solo Dance Competition at Gdansk Festival Dansa for her performance and choreography of ‘SMIRK’. Her gallery installation work with Dir. Leonie Kubigsteltig in Berlin was pub- lished by ‘unstable.eu’, and she has collaborated with the Belgian ‘20 For Brussels:Young Choreographers’ under Marie Martinez. Commercially Sarah is a drag king and comedic Burlesque performer under the persona ‘Miss Phoenix Rising’ in London, Brussels, Berlin and New Zealand, and works as a choreographer with screen actors at DBS Film School in Berlin. Currently Sarah dances for GAU Company who will premiere a new work at Kempten Tanzherbst in October, and works with Belgian UBIK Theatre Group as the choreographer/director for their upcoming Festival Actoral premiere in 2019.
Yves Mettler ( Visual Artist )work aim at building a sense for today’s global urbanisation processes. His work ranges from interventions in the public space to sound installations. The works present a narrative fabric, giving the urban environment a polyphonic, emotional, and often humourous, expression. Since 2003 he develops a research & art practice around urban places called “Europe square”, cultivating the spaces between urban reality and symbolic values. His works have been shown at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2017), Bozar, Brussels (2016), Kunsthaus Langenthal (2012), Bawag Contemporary (2009) et Archilab (2008). In 2010, he participated in Bruno Latour’s Art and Politics Pilot project at Sciences-Po. He holds an MFA from the Vienna Art Academy and an MA in Art Theory and Language, EHESS, Paris.
Richard Kretschmar ( Sound Engineer ) is a Berlin-based musician and music producer. Born and raised in Berlin / Brandenburg, he knows the country, the people and the history of the city well and is broadly networked in the music media landscape. He is currently finishing his "Bachelor of Fine Arts" in the subject
"Sound" at the renowned "Filmuniversität Konrad Wolf".
A multi-instrumentalist, he plays guitar, violin, and piano.
He has recorded two albums and designed the music score for many Berlin based local films and projects.