Weiskerns Nachlass, National Theater of Germany | Set & Costume Assistant, Weimar 2013.

March 31, 2014

Weiskerns Nachlass, National Theater of Germany | Set & Costume Assistant, Weimar 2013.

Direction: Enrico Stolzenburg, Set & Costume Design: Kathrin Hieronimus, Dramatourgie: Julie Paucker.

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Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy, National Theater of Germany | Set Design Assistant, Weimar 2013.

 

Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy, National Theater of Germany | Set Design Assistant, Weimar 2013.

Direction: Hasko Weber, Set Design: Oliver Helf, Costume Design: Syzzy Zyzzler, Dramatourgie: Beate Seidel.

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The Merchant of Venice, National Theater of Germany | Set Design Assistant, Weimar 2013.

The Merchant of Venice, National Theater of Germany | Set Design Assistant, Weimar 2013.

Direction: Claudia Meyer, Set Design: Etienne Plus, Costume Design: Esther Dandani, Dramatourgie: Bettina Schültke.

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Uncle Vanya, National Theater of Germany | Set Assistant, Weimar 2013.

 

Uncle Vanya, National Theater of Germany | Set Assistant, Weimar 2013.

Direction: Corinna von Rad, Set Design: Ralf Käsellau, Dramatourgie: Bettina Schültcke.

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Shakespeare’s Sonnets, National Theater of Germany | Set & Video Assistant, Weimar 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shakespeare’s Sonnets, National Theater of Germany | Set & Video Assistant, Weimar 2013.

Direction: Michael von zur Mühlen, Set & Video: Bahamdir Hamdemir , Dramatourgie: Anna Volkland.

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Doktor Zhiwago, National Theater of Germany | Assistant, Weimar 2012.

Doktor Zhiwago, National Theater of Germany | Set Assistant, Weimar 2012.

Direction: Konstanza Lauterbach, Set Design: Ann Heine, Dramatourgie: Bettina Schültke.

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La Fabrica Illuminata, National Theater of Germany | Set & Video Assistant, Weimar 2012.

La Fabrica Illuminata, National Theater of Germany | Set & Video Assistant, Weimar 2012.

Direction: Julia Hübner, Set Design: Iris Holzstein, Costume Design: Esther Dandani, Dramatourgie: Katrin Kondaurow.

 

 

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Hamlet, die Blaue Stunde | Master Thesis, Direction, Set & Video Design, Berlin 2012.

April 21, 2013

Hamlet, die Blaue Stunde | Master Thesis, Direction, Set & Video Design, Berlin 2012.

Theatrical Performance Installation, Set Design & Scenic SpaceFaculty  Technical Unviversity of Berlin,

Professor: Charlotte Tamschick, Video Installation Professor: Heiko Kalmbach.

 

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Hamlet, die Blaue Stunde | masterthesis_V

June 13, 2012

 

 

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David Lynch: The Art of the Real, Berlin May 2012!

An Interdisciplinary International

Conference

The conference will gather renowned researchers and academicsform varied fields and cultural backgrounds focusing on the art of David Lynch. Given the popularity of the subject and the discussed media, the conference is specifically designed to be open to a broad public. Legendary Volksbühne, well established as a forum for vivid discussions and exchange of opinions, is popular for a large audience. The official conference language will be English.

Do 28.06. 13:00 Roter Salon Eintritt frei, 
Fr 29.06. 10:00 Roter Salon Eintritt frei, 
Sa 30.06. 10:00 Roter Salon Eintritt frei, 

 

Conference Profile:

David Lynch, born 1946, counts among the most renowned contemporary film artists. As one of few directors he managed to excel as well on the experimental side of the film d’auteur (e.g. Eraserhead) as well as in the Hollywood feature (such as Blue Velvet or Straight Story), not to forget his mystery TV serial Twin Peaks which coined a whole new genre. This outstanding position demands a closer scrutiny of this work in terms of the changed media conditions and esthetic implications at the turn of the 21st century. Until now, there has been no serious academic conference in Germany dealing with the complex intermedia influences and esthetic transfers from other arts in David Lynch’s film oeuvre. There are to name but a few exhibitions referring to Lynch’s esthetic relationships to Jackson Pollock or Francis Bacon, to specific design aspects, and to authors such as Franz Kafka or related to media issues (TV, comic strips, internet).

This conference, now, sets forth to follow the question which role the structure of these supposed influences play in the work of David Lynch. In addition, we will analyze if and how they define his special position within film-making and if they can thus be considered as a phenomenon of a new esthetic experience in terms of a changed media context.

Consequently, we will ask the question of a possible political dimension of Lynch’s work: Which critical value can be attributed to Lynch’s esthetics, if it is considered as a unique mise-en-scène of the non-representable “Real” of the Western post-industrial society?

Conference Structure:

The conference treats four areas, being discussed by three lecturers each over a total conference span of three days.
1. Psychoanalysis
2. InterMedia
3. Genre Composition
4. InterArt.

The lectures will last about 30 min. each, to be followed by discussions of approximately 30 min. The lecturers are coming from major universities in Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France and the US.
http://www.volksbuehne-berlin.de/praxis/david_lynch_the_art_of_the_real_an_interdisciplinary_international_conference/

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Hamlet, die Blaue Stunde | masterthesis_IV

 

 

 

 

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and the hippos boiled in their tanks!

 

there is no better thing after a presentation, from a day off to stay at home, rest a little bit, read a book you love and spring back in the next morning!

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Hamlet, die Blaue Stunde | masterthesis_IV

June 11, 2012

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Hamlet, die Blaue Stunde | masterthesis_II

 

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the welcome song!

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Master Release 2012 | Web Design, Vis. Elements, Content Management.

May 30, 2012

 

Master Release 2012 | Web Design, Vis. Elements, Content Management.

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iCulture | Reuse, Upcycling, Lacht Festival Berlin 2011.

May 11, 2012

COMING SOON!

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Guerilla Street Art | Reuse, Upcycling, Street Art, Solijugend Berlin 2010.

COMING SOON!

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Materials | Reuse, Upcycling, Athens Fringe Festival 2010.

COMING SOON!

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Talk to me like the Rain, Künstlerhaus Bethanien | Set, Costume & Video Design, Berlin 2012.

Talk to me like the Rain, Künstlerhaus Bethanien | Set, Costume & Video Design, Berlin 2012.

Direction: Antonio Cerezo, Set , Costume & Video Design: Eleni Konstantatou & Ria Papadopoulou, Video Support: Heiko Kalmbach

Sound Design: Luis Enguix, Mentors: Marsha Ginsberg, Heiko Kalmbach.

 

 

 

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