Installations & Performances
Installations at various locations, 2017 – 2020
These flags are meant as communication tools to raise awareness and send visual signals in response to current situations. They carry the semantics of planetary caretaking, unity and balance. The colors are chosen with their specific characteristics in mind and in this sense are not nationalistic but speak the universal language of colors. The act of raising the flag is performed with a group of people in an outdoor place.
Raimunda represents the unknown heroes, the resilient bodies, neither man nor woman, the angels of hysteria during uncertain times.
Music video for Mikey Woodbridge, 24 July 2021
Lunaria features the flag from the performance Who’s Afraid of Raimunda by choreographer Josep Caballero Garcia.
|Co-developed with||The Ballery|
|Music Production||Mikey Woodbridge|
|Mikey's Outfit||Don Aretino|
Workshop and Installation during International Summer Festival Kampnagel, Hamburg, 13 – 18 August 2020
Raimunda stands for all those who are looking for joyful resistance against the repressive mechanisms of power and exclusion. It is sewn together by the participants of the workshop and raised on the festival grounds. Sewing is usually defined as the joining of fabrics by a seam, which is equally reflected here in the connections and encounters between the participants. The flag later becomes part of the stage design for the performance Who’s Afraid of Raimunda by Josep Caballero Garcia at Kampnagel.
Raimunda, 2020 Textile 700 x 500 cm
Installation at Franziska Dieterich’s therapeutic practice space, Berlin, 17 November 2020 – present
The Flag for Healing serves as a sign that the therapeutic practice is open, visually marking the beginning of the session for the client. The art object thus enters life on a very real level.
Flag for Healing, 2020 Textile 118 x 56 cm
Installation during ImPulsTanz at mumok, museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien, 18 – 22 July 2019
Fragility Organizes Community is composed and temporarily installed during the Field Project Unstable Nights in the frame of the cooperation between ImPulsTanz and mumok in the context of the exhibition Pattern and Decoration. Together with research participants, a transdisciplinary group of artists hosts a collective space of experimentation and sharing in the MQ Hofstallung. In the evening, this space opens its doors for the general public to join the unstable composition of performance, dance, construction, textile, and visual arts.
Fragility Organizes Community, 2019 Textile 670 x 400 cm
With Roberto Martínez, Vladimir Miller, Julian Weber, invited guests and research participants.
Installation during Dance Congress at the European Center for the Arts, Hellerau, 5 – 10 June 2019
The Flag of Transformation is a commission to help balance an unstable situation and to support a process of mourning. The materials used for the flag refer to a tragic event that occurred in the time period before the Congress.
Flag for Transformation, 2019 Textile 200 x 150 cm
Performance props for The Clearing by Jeremy Wade at HAU Hebbel am Ufer, 2 – 5 May 2019
Flag for Comfort, textile, 2019 Textile 210 x 150 cm
Dance Flags, textile, 2019 Textile 2 x 135 x 130 cm
Installation at HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin, 7 – 10 March 2018
Four flags are created for the performances of Supernova with the work and collaboration of the ensemble " Sketches/Notebook," by invitation of the choreographer Meg Stuart. A pulsing world of light, music, objects, and gestures arises from these sketches and investigations—a laboratory for testing boundaries. The flags correspond to the astronomical phenomenon in which a star explodes, briefly blazing more brightly than ever before. This project expands in just that way, sounding out boundaries and bringing a variety of art forms together in a collective ritual.
Flag from Tomorrow, 2018 Textile 500 x 150 cm
Red Earthness, 2018, 190 x 125 cm Textile 190 x 125 cm
Green Earthness, 2018 Textile 190 x 125 cm
Multi Earthness, 2018 Textile 160 x 100 cm
Workshop and Installation at Maus Hábitos, Porto, 14 – 18 November 2017
Dawn of the New Age was developed during a creative lab session by invitation of the arts organization Mezzanine. It symbolizes a sense of urgency, togetherness and evolution. The flag is collectively hoisted by the participants of the lab onto the rooftop of Maus Hábitos after a procession from the studio at Mala Voadora past city hall.
Dawn of the New Age, 2017 Textile 400 x 300 cm