Chris Haring / Artistic Direction, Choreography
Worked with international companies such as DV8 Physical Theatre (London), Nikolais/Luis Dance Cie (USA), man act (GB), Nigel Charnock (GB), pilottanzt, Willi Dorner, a.o. In cooperation with multimedia artist and composer Klaus Obermaier he developed and performed the videodance performances D.A.V.E. and VIVISECTOR which have been successfully shown all over Europe, Asia, USA and Australia. One of his main influences for his performances, such as Fremdkörper (Best Performance at Biennale de la Danse in Lyon 2004) is science fiction films and the human body as a cybernetic landscape. In 2005 he founded Liquid Loft together with Andreas Berger, Thomas Jelinek and Stephanie Cumming. As the artistic director of Liquid Loft, he choreographed performances such as Kind of Heroes (2005), My Private Bodyshop (2005), Running Sushi (2006) and Talking Head (2010). In 2007/08, the Posing Project Series. was created (Golden Lion for the best Performance for Posing B – The Art of Seduction). Also together with Liquid Loft he was responsible for the opening performance for the Austrian Pavillion at the EXPO in Zaragoza (2008). He choreographed for international groups such as the Jin Xing Dance Theatre (Shanghai), Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, Dialogue Dance (Russia) and Staatstheater Kassel.
Andreas Berger / Sound, Composition
Based in Vienna. Since 2003 two releases as glim: music for fieldrecordings (2003), aerial view of model (2006) both on karate joe and headz. Work for theatre, film and contemporary dance. Member of the performance company Liquid Loft. Other projects: Contour (together with Lars Stigler), Charmant Rouge. Also collaborations with Yasuhiko Fukuzono (aus), Daniel Lercher, Peter Kutin, Martin Siewert, Michaela Grill, Ralo Meyer, WR, manoa free university, Mara Mattuschka.
Stephanie Cumming / Dance, Choreography
Thomas Jelinek / Light- and Set Design, Dramaturgy
As a stage director he has realized various performance, opera and theatre projects in public and theatrical areas in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and France and has worked as a dramaturgue for various dance productions. He was joint founder and leader of MESSING network. From 2000-2008 he was chairman of IG Kultur Vienna (association of independent artists and cultural organisations/Vienna), founder of NOMAD theatre (2000) and the LABfactory (2003 in Vienna), where he is artistic director. He is Co-Founder and member of Liquid Loft. He has been teaching in specific transdisciplinary settings as for example as guest professor at Willem de Kooning Academy (Rotterdam/NL), in 2006/2007.
Marlies Pucher / Management
Roman Harrer / Stage, Technic
Liquid since 05/2009.
Works (selected technical, organizing and/or assistances) with WUK, ensemble für Städtebewohner, Yolanda Espinoza (mayu kan), Beatboxx, Nomad Theatre, Verein Thearte, Dschungel Wien, Drama-X, Alpha Community, Theater Phoenix, ...
Music with (among others) Blendwerk, ((( D I V ))), Rupert's Jazz Construction, Thomas Ballhausen and as Pyroman.
Michael Loizenbauer / Photo, Video
Aymara Koch / Production Assistant
Aldo Giannotti / Visual Artist
Carrara/Italy, Wimbledon/England and München/Germany.
Various projects, single- and groupshows. Works with media in installations, videos and photography (i.e. artlab Galerie Hilger Wien, Künstlerhaus Wien, Kunsthalle Wien, Sammlung Essl, Lothringerhalle 13 München, Fruchthalle Kaiserslautern, Kunsthallen Nikolaj Kopenhagen). Organisation and realisation of various exhibitionprojects (www.kforumvienna.com) Representing Gallery: nt artgallery Bologna.
Alexander Gottfarb / Dance
Andreas Spiegl / Theory
Anna Maria Nowak / Dance
Anna Maria Nowak is also a quest teacher at Anton Bruckner Universität - IDA (Institute for Dance Arts) in Linz and Wiener Staatsoper Ballett School.
Annja Krautgasser / Stage Design
April Ball / Dance
Since she joined les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in August 2004, she has danced, among others, major roles in Jean-Christophe Maillot's creations such as the fairy in Cinderella, Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, and has created the role of Helena in le Songe.
Bert Könighofer / Comics
Born 1976, self-employed comic artist, illustrator and DJ, currently based in Vienna. Organisator of the first and second 24 Hour Comics Vienna (2007, 2008). Video documentary "Notes On Breakcore" (2006), coproduction with David Kleinl (media artist and singer of the band 'Tanz, Baby!'). Since 2001 continuous Illustrations for magazines, miscellaneous book- and record covers, exhibitions, publications, events, readings and performances in Austria and it's neighbouring countries. Also works as freelance graphic designer.
Chris Roelandt / Dance
Chris Roelandt was invited by Jean-Christophe Maillot in April 1995 to join les Ballets de Monte-Carlo as a soloist, then as a first soloist two years later. He has danced principal roles in the Balanchine repertoire (La Valse, The Four Temperaments, Violin Concerto, Concerto Barocco, Theme and Variations), in Leonide Massine's La Gaîté Parisienne, and in contemporary works by Jean-Christophe Maillot (Vers un Pays Sage, Concert d'Anges, Romeo and Juliet (role of Romeo), In Volo, l'Île, Cinderella (the father and the prince), The Nutcracker Circus (the Prince), La Belle, Entrelacs, D'une Rive à l'Autre, Altro Canto and Le Songe, John Alleyne (In the Course of Sleeping), William Forsythe (The Vile Parody of Address, Approximate Sonata, Quartette), Jíri Kylián (Return to a Strange Land), Uwe Scholz (Jeunehome) and Mirror's Edge by Karole Armitage, Blue Grass by Itzik Galili, The Time it Takes by Kevin O'Day and Getting Started by Jacopo Godani. In June 1996, he performed with Bernice Coppieters at the tenth anniversary gala of the Lyon National Conservatory of Music and Dance, where they created Duo d'Anges by Jean-Christophe Maillot, and is guested at severals international galas.
Dai Shaoting / Dance
David Payr / Photography
Deng Mengna / Dance
Elisabeth Bernroitner / Production
Master in performance art practices and visual culture in Madrid. Final project about conceptions of time in the performative context.
Worked as a project coordinator at Tanzquartier Wien. Since 2009 with Liquid Loft. 2010 performative contributions to masuno en escena and mov-s (mercat de les flors) / Madrid.
Erwin Wurm / Visual Artist
1974-77 University of Graz
1977-79 Mozarteum Salzburg
1979–82 University of Applied Arts and Academy of Visual Arts, Vienna
Since 2002 professor at the Universtiy for Applied Arts, Vienna. Lives and works in Vienna
2005 Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy;
2005 Glue your brain, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australien;
2004 I love my time, I don’t like my time: Recent works by Erwin Wurm, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco;
2002 Tempo, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA;
2001 Azerty, Centre Pompidou, Paris;
1999 Transformation, XLVIII Biennale,Venice, Italy
Gaëtan Morlotti / Dance
Gaëtan Morlotti has subsequently been a noteworthy presence in new works by Jean-Christophe Maillot (Dov'è la luna, Home, Sweet Home, Theme and 4 Variations, Ubuhuha, Vers un Pays Sage, Concert d'Anges, Romeo and Juliet -role of Friar Laurence, l'Île, Cinderella, The Nutcraker Circus -role of "Drossel" in "Drosselmeier"), the Queen and the fairy Carabosse in La Belle, Opus 40, Le Songe as well as dancing major roles in the "Ballets Russes" repertoire (Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor, Sheherazade), and in ballets by Lucinda Childs (The Chairman Dances), Nacho Duato (Duende), William Forsythe (The Vile Parody of Address et Approximate Sonata), John Neumeier (Petrushka) and Mirror's Edge by Karole Armitage, Blue Grass by Itzik Galili and recently Getting Started de Jacopo Godani.
Gioia Masala / Dance
She joined the Ballets de Monte-Carlo as soloist in August 2000. She has interpreted important roles in Jean-Christophe Maillot's creations such as the Mother in Romeo and Juliet, the Octopus in Œil pour Œil , the godmother in Cinderella, the Queen in la Belle, Le Songe, Miniatures, Vers un Pays sage. She has also worked with guest choreographers such as William Forsythe (In the middle, somewhat elevated, Second Detail) and Sidi larbi Cherkaoui (In Memoriam, Mea Culpa).
Giovanni Mongelli / Dance
He joined Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in September 2008.
Giovanni Scarcella / Dance
After his studies Giovanni joined the company Corte Sconta. He later worked in Switzerland with Fabienne Abramovich for the creation “La Voix des Amantes”. From 1994 until 1996 Giovanni Scarcella lived in Hungary to work with Szegedi Kortars Ballet (Juronics Tamas). With this company he performed in choreographies by Roberto Galvan, Vera Sander, Itzik Galili and Ben Craft.In 1998 Giovanni Scarcella joined Ultima Vez for the creation of “In spite of wishing and wanting” .Giovanni also performs in the short film “The Last Words “ by Wim Vandekeybus. In 2001 he co-founded with Lisa Da Boit the company Giolisu. After the creations “ E non è ancora sera” (2001), “Cani Rabbiosi”(2002),“Uncum”(2003),”Mujer”(2004) is their fourth creation: a dance and theatre performance for four dancers.
Hans Scheirl / Visual Artist
Ian Garside / Dance
grew up in the North-West of England. In 2008 he graduated from Laban, London with a BA (Hons) Dance Theatre. He then moved to Brussels, Belgium to undertake the Training Cycle of P.A.R.T.S., the school of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. Since finishing his studies he has lived and worked internationally, as a performer and teacher amongst other things. He is currently based between Brussels and Vienna.
Jakob Lena Knebl / VIsual Artist, Performance
Exhibitions and Performances (selection)
Jakob Lena Knebl with Lone Haugard Madsen as Heimo Zobernig in the performance by Heimo Zobernig: "Heimo Zobernig erklärt seinem Double wie man eine Performance macht" (Heimo Zobernig explains to his double how to do a performance), MUMOK 2008, in the course of its performance series "Nothing Is Sexy, Nothing Is Embarrassing".
"I Queerelanti", group exhibition during the Gender Bender Festival, Neon gallery, Bologna 2008.
"Auto In Riga", Showroom 6, Riga 2007
"Open Up Communication" for the Tanzquartier Vienna 2009.
"Jack Smith Project - Berlin", 2009-03-19
Government scholarship for artistic photography, 2007
"Selfware Design Prize" during Graz 2003.
Jin Xing / Choreographer
Only 17 years old, she received the "Best Dancer of China Award". At twenty, she became the first dancer in China to obtain a grant to study in New York. In 1991, she won the "Best Choreographer Award" at the American Dance Festival for "Half Dream". After six years in the US and in Europe, Jin Xing returned to China. In 1996, she set up the Beijing Modern Dance Ensemble, the first modern dance troupe in China. In 1999, she founded "Jin Xing Dance Theatre" as the first private dance company in China. In 2006, she established "Shanghai Dance", an independent festival for contemporary dance. Jin Xing’s artistic achievements have received recognition, not only from international audiences, but from art institutions as well. In November 2006, she was bestowed an honorary degree by the Dartington College of Arts, UK.
Johnny Schoofs / Dance
He continued to work within the Dutch dance scene with companies as Djazzex, Leine & Roebana, de Stilte, etc. As a freelancer he made strong and succesfull collaborations with several choreographers as Uri Ivgi, Bruno Listopad, Maaike van Dijk, Lonneke van Leth, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Neel Verdoorn.Since 2005 he has been working as a performing member of Liquid Loft. He participated in the pieces Kind of Heroes, My Private Bodyshop and Running Sushi. Recently he has been involved in developing his own choreographies. He also collaborated with Sephanie Cumming in the creation of her solo Ah Poetry.
Julia Willms / Video
Katherina Meves / Dance
Graduated from SEAD, Salzburg, in 2005. Danceweb-Scholarship recipient in 2009. She has collaborated with and performed in works of choreographers and directors such as Georg Blaschke, Lara Kugelmann , Ingo Reulecke, Lukas Matthaei, Ayat Najafi, Lubricat Theatre Company, Louise Wagner/Bernhard Leitner, Katja Lehmann, Anna Malunat, Mara Mattuschka. Since 2006 she is working with Liquid Loft / Chris Haring.
Katherina Zakravsky / Theory
Kathryn Enright / Dance
She received an MFA in Dance/Choreography from The Ohio State University, an MA in Dance Ethnography from Gallatin/TISCH in New York City, and a BFA in English and Theater from Bowdoin College in Maine. She is also a certified Pilates and Yoga instructor.
Currently, Kathryn works with Corey Harrower, choreographing and performing for their company Bi-Product Performance and with Lily Skove/Skoveworks. She has performed for Bebe Miller, Kathleen Hermsdorf, Ming Shen Ku, Heidi Henderson, Annie Beserra, and Amy Raymond. She started working with Liquid Loft / Chris Haring in 2011.
Klaus Obermaier / Media Artist
His performances are shown at major festivals and theatres throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America and Australia. He composed for ensembles like Kronos Quartet, German Chamber Philharmonics, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Balanescu Quartet, a. o.
His numerous works also include projects like interactive installations, video art, web projects, computer music, radio plays as well as large intermedia outdoor events for ten thousands of people.
He gives lectures at international universities and institutions. Since 2006 he is visiting professor at the University IUAV of Venice teaching new media in dance, music and theatre performances. Also since 2006 he is member of the jury of the international choreography competition 'no ballet' in Ludwigshafen, Germany. In 2005 and 2008 he teached as an adjunct professor for composition at the Webster University Vienna.
Line Rousseau / Distribution
The aim of “A propic” is to help still unknown artists and companies to have a tour in Europe. Besides, “A propic” organised also collaboration between theatres in France and in the Netherlands, gives advices for international strategy to young artists and companies and to theatres.
Lisa D. / Fashion Designer
in: Klagenfurt, Austria
1975-1988: Graz, Austria
since 1988: Berlin, Germany
1974-1975 Training as Secondary School Teacher (Mathematics and Art) at Pedagogical Academy, Klagenfurt, Austria
1975-1977 Pedagogical Academy, Graz, Austria
1977 Graduation from Pedagocial Academy, Graz
1977-1983 classes in sociology, pedagogy, German philology and art history at the University of Graz; various theatre, drama and music workshops in Austria and France
1983-1984 theoretical and practical work at the Theatre Department of the State University of New York in Binghamton, N.Y.
since 1984 work as fashion designer and fashion show maker.
1987 lecture and panel with René König at "Steirische Akademie" on the topic of "Beauty"
1992 work presentation at the jewellery department of Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
2000 lecturer and instructor at the Faculty of Architecture, Technical University of Graz (lecture series and workshop "The dress as prosthesis"), summer semester 2000
2002 work presentation at Aberdeen University, UK
2007 Workshop for the Mix & Match lab at the Haute Ecole d’Art et Design, Geneva.
2008 Lecture about „Fashion and Costume“ at the Department of Theatre Studies, Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden.
DESIGN AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1983-1984 Works as fashion designer and T-Shirt painter in New York City
1984-1985 Establishes herself as fashion designer in Graz, Austria, first shows and performances, continual design, production, presentation, and distribution of collections ever since.
1986-1988 Extends her activities to Berlin, participation in avantgarde fashion fairs in Berlin, Munich, Vienna.
1988-1991 Moves to Berlin, shares studio with Berlin-based milliner Fiona Bennett; establishes her label "Lisa D." in the Berlin fashion scene; various exhibitions, shows and performances with Fiona Bennett and others.
1991-1995 Moves her studio to East Berlin, continued cooperation with Fiona Bennett; extended performance and show activities.
since 1995 Opens her own "Lisa D | Shop" at Hackesche Höfe, Berlin, where she later also establishes her studio and workshop. Focuses on the development and growth of her women's fashion label "Lisa D", moving towards sophisticated street and professional women's wear. Conceives and designs for various shows and performances in co-operation with contemporary composers, artists and other fashion designers, increasingly made on commission by the theatre, music and art world.
2004 Launches the ironically benevolent high-fashion label "Global Concern" in a joint venture with the Berlin new music collective zeitkratzer. www.global-concern.org
2005-2006 Opens and closes a "Lisa D | Shop" in Vienna.
2006 Launches the subversive label project BOAT PEOPLETM. www.boatpeople.at
SHOWS, EXHIBITIONS, PERFORMANCES, PROJECTS
1984 "Kunstgriff", Show at Galerie H, Graz
1985 "von herzen von hinten", fashion performance at Thalia-Bar, Graz
1986 "Mode - Exhibition", exhibition and show with Michael Ody, Sato-Sato and others, Galerie Eva Griss, Graz
1887 "Zoo", exhibition at Management Club, Vienna "Eine Art Modenschau", Music: Seppo Gründler, show at Judenplatz, Vienna, and Schubert Lichtspiele, Graz
1988 "Wo tanzt die Gans", show, Triumph-Bar, Graz, and Cabaret Renz, Vienna. Participation and show at the exhibition "Mode und Architektur", Berlin Pavillon, Berlin
1989 "Oh! Die Sinnlichkeit des Untragbaren", exhibition with Fiona Bennett, Galerie Hüte und Kunst, Berlin "Servus Kaiser", show and performance with F. Bennett and others, Music: Seppo Gründler, Text: Anette Berr, Meerscheinschlössl, Graz
1990 "Mode in der Geisterbahn", installation, performance in a real tunnel of love, Berlin, re-issued in Klagenfurt (1991) and Hamburg (Tunnel of Love, 1991)
1992 "Gans in Weiß", performance with F. Bennett, Berlin - Conception and realization of 20th anniversary party of the German Playboy Magazine, Munich
1993 "Willst Du meine wilde Schwester sein?", fashion show with F. Bennett and others, Graz "Scène nocturne", costume design for a performance at Thèatre Renault-Barrault, Paris
1994 "Plötzlich obszön, der Flieder", show at Bar jeder Vernunft, Berlin
"Siegfrieds Lust - Tarnung und Täuschung", satirical men's fashion revue with Otto Sander, Flatz, Rolf Zacher, Cora Frost as models, Bar jeder Vernunft, Berlin, and Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel / Marstall, Munich (1995).
1995 "Die Frau die Hülle der Fleck", show at Kleiner Festsaal der Hackeschen Höfe, Berlin
"Ein Mantel führt eine Dame spazieren", conception, organization and staging of a show for 4 designers (Lisa D., Next G+U.R+U Now, Rossbander, Darja Richter), based on evening gowns made from army coats. Kulturbrauerei, Berlin, re-performed at Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel / Marstall, Munich, Orpheum, Graz (1996)
1996 "Grönland", fashion performance on composer Wolfgang Mitterer's "Modemusik 1", musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst, Graz, and Tränenpalast, Berlin
"Parade der Dinge von Gestern", installation at Quartier 306, Berlin
1997 "Knautschzone", fashion party for advanced social relations, Festsaal der Hackeschen Höfe, Berlin
participation in Alexej Sagerer's theater project "Und morgen die ganze Welt", ProT Theater, Munich
Costume and stage design for Olga Neuwith's chamber operas "Raststätte" and "Elfi und Andy", Podewil, Berlin
1998 "Die Eroberung von Paris (Probe)", party, model casting, show rehearsal, Fine Art Factory, Berlin
"Ladies Only", fashion revue on a piece from a play by Elfriede Jelinek, Music: Klaus Wagner, Jelinek Special, Salzburg Festival, and Orpheum, Graz.
1999 "Springerinnen", fashion performance, Filmtheater Hackesche Höfe, Berlin
"Die dritte Schicht", fashion performance on Wolfgang Mitterer's "Modemusik 2", Festival Wien Modern, Vienna
2000 "Bienen", fashion up-and-downical, performed on a vertical catwalk, conception and outfits: Lisa D., live composition: Wolfgang Mitterer, video: An Muller, choreography: Beda Percht, environment: x-architekten, co-production Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel / Marstall, Munich, Lisa D. Productions and steirische kulturinitiative, premiere: Marstall, Munich, further performances in Graz, Berlin, Bolzano, St. Pölten, and Zurich (2001 - 2002).
2001 Costume design for Jörg Schlick's ballet "Das Bild und sein Schatten", steirischer herbst, Graz
2003 "Dry Clean Show", fashion fair / mass by Lisa D., music by zeitkratzer, choreography: Milli Bitterli, text: W. Prantner / F. Küchemann, stage and light design: Fabrizio Crisafulli, steirischer herbst and Graz 2003, Cultural Capital of Europe, Listhalle, Graz
2004 "Global Concern", presentation and show of the ironically benevolent high-fashion label of the same name, with zeitkratzer, transart festival, Trento, Italy, and Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
2005 "Modeständchen für E.J.", Fest for Elfriede Jelinek, Burgtheater, Vienna.
2006 "In der Sprache der Mode", exhibition with Swetlana Heger, Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, and (without Swetlana Heger) at Alpen-Adria-Galerie, Klagenfurt (2007)
2007 "BOAT PEOPLETM – das Label ist schön", presentation of and play around Lisa D's new fashion label BOAT PEOPLETM at Burgtheater, Vienna. Text: Johannes Schrettle, music: I-Wolf, direction: Robert Lehniger.
"BOAT PEOPLE™" – performance with Pathos Transport Theater at Spielart theater festival, Munich
2008 Works on a book project about fashion in literature forthcoming in 2010
Liu Minzi / Dance
Luke Baio / Dance
Luke Baio was born in Worcester, UK. In 2000 he graduated at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance/UK, then studied for one year at London Contemporary Dance School. He was a member of Richard Alston Dance Company from 2001-2006. Since 2007 he is living and working as a freelance dancer in Vienna, Austria. He collaborated with Liquid Loft / Chris Haring, Stadt Theater Klagenfurt, Niki Adler, Neue Oper Wien, Smafu Company, Liz King, Stephanie Cumming, Semper Oper Dresden and with Dominik Grünbühel, a.o. Some of his own creations, together with Dominik Grünbühel, include the performances "Mr. Richard Smoker", "Dudes" and "Dudes 2" (WUK 2010).
Mara Mattuschka / Film
Selection of Films:
1987: Rosa Alexander, Die Schule der Ausschweifung (with H.W. Poschauko), Parasympathika
1989: Der Einzug des Rokoko ins lnselreich der Huzzis (with A. Karner and H. W. Poschauko)
1996: Unternehmen Arschmaschine (with G.Szekatsch)
2003: Id, Plasma
2004: Legal Errorist (with Chris Haring und Stephanie Cumming), Comeback
2007: Part Time Heroes (with Liquid Loft)
2008: Running Sushi (with Liquid Loft)
2009: Burning Palace (with Liquid Loft)
Michel Blazy / Visual Artist
Born 1966 in Monaco, lives and works in Paris.
Michel Blazy invites us to go on a journey – into the very nearby sourroundings. Scrupulously he is paying attention to the small, unimposing things of daily live and invents dynamic definitions. With materials from building supplies stores, agriculture stores or supermarkets, he develops micro cosmical models for mulitdisciplinary researches about the system of life and at the same time designs – as it were as the Jules Vernes of arts – utopical scenarios. Thereby, he reacts upon processes, which are a result of the chosen substances and integrates unforseeble moments like loss of control or chaos. His working method under the motto „becoming and decaying“ implicates the understanding of circuits. That's why the factor „time“ is a further immaterial means of creation in his repertoires of forms (Text: Kunstraum Dornbirn. Translation: Liquid Loft)
Olaf Reinecke / Dance
He also worked for some theatres (Köln, Oldenburg, Bonn, Lübeck…) and for directors such as Katharina Thalbach, Andrea Schwalbach, Vera Nemirova and Günter Krämer. Olaf Reinecke acts as choreographer and in 2010 he founded –together with choreographer and dancer Bärbel Stenzenberger– the dance company “BO-Komplex”.
He also teaches dance at several national and international institutions and deals with videodance and light concepts.
Oliver Bokan / Video
1996 - 2001: studied dramatic theory and art history at the University of Vienna. 2001 - 2005 intermedia studies under Bernhard Leitner, since fall 2005 student of Erwin Wurm at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
Participation in exhibitions: "the essence" exhibition of the University of Applied Arts Vienna/ Künstlerhaus/ Vienna 2002; sound installation for public space at Q21 - Museumsquartier/ Vienna 2004.
Projects: Video for "Legal Erorrist" and "Diese Körper, diese Spielverderber"; stage design and video for the production of "Quartett" (directed by Alexander Charim)/ Theaterdiscounter/ Berlin 2005.
Olivier Lucea / Dance
In 2001, after joining les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, he is dancing major roles in Maillot's creations: a friend in Cinderella, Mercutio and an acolyte in Romeo and Juliet, Thisbet and Puck in le Songe, a dog in Œil pour Œil, Miniatures, Men's dance, Vers un Pays Sage, Opus 40. He also interprets The Four Temperaments by George Balanchine, The Second Detail, In the Middle… somewhat elevated, Ennemy in the Figure by W. Forsythe, Signing off by Paul Lightfoot and Sol Leon, No More Play by Jiri Kylian, In Memoriam and Mea Culpa by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Boléro by Maurice Béjart.
Pang Kun / Dance
Quinn Pendleton / Dance
From 2004 to 2007, she danced in several premieres including Malakhov’s "Sleeping Beauty", and "Cinderella", Eifman’s "Tchaikovsky", and McMillan’s "Manon". She has joined les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in September 2007.
Raquel Odena / Dance
Robert Tirpak / Dance
2009-2010: teaching floor work on International Contemporary Dance workshop – Prague, CZ and Iwanson School.
2007-2008: cooperation with Artyci / project Sui Generis
2002-2006: cooperation with Chris Haring: Fremdkorper, Vivisector
2003-2010: teaching of the technique "floor work" and dance improvisation TanzImpulse Salzburg, AT
2004: cooperation with Martin Gruber / project Miluj ma, AT
2003: nomination for the prize Rolex Mentor And Protege Arts Initiative
2003: cooperation with Editt Braun / project Tajine, AT
2003: cooperation with Peter Talhamer / project Shakespeare on the rocks, AT
2002: cooperation with Daniel Conrad / film 6 possibilities, CAN
2002: the participation on the young creator's meeting Place s Inside of
2000-2002: cooperation with Helena Arenbergerova
1998-2006: cooperation with Helene Weinzierl / projects Liquid underwear, System damaging system, ...and the damage done, Bon Voyage Gustav 1998-2000: cooperation with Jan Kodet / projects No end, Gates, CZ
1998-2000: classical dance study, VŠMU, Bratislava
1994-1998: member of dance Company Allegro, Bratislava, SK
1990-1994: member of folk Company Zemplín, Michalovce, SK
Simone Truong / Dance
Sun Zhuzhen / Dance
Thales Weilinger / Dance
Tom Hanslmaier / Dance
Ulrika Kinn Svennson / Dance