Silvia Albarella/Anne Tismer
Non-tutta [Incomplete]
short Version


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Silvia Albarella Born 1972 in Naples. She has studied Stage-design at the Accademia di belle Arti di Napoli. Since 1996 she lives in Berlin, where she 's been working with directors Wulf Twiehaus and Mario Portmann (at the Schaubühne Berlin, Schauspiel Leipzig, Theater Konstanz) For the free company Anne Hirth/ büro für zeit + raum she has worked as stage and costume designer for the choreography-productions: "wait here for further instructions", „past is on Front of the Ego“ and "und übrigens kann ich fliegen".
She has been working since 2009 for dance-companies (TanzZeit, Riki von Falken and A+B Tanzbau).

Anne Tismer, born 1963 in Versailles, is a performer. She has studied Law and Sinology at the Hamburg University and performing arts at the Max-Reinhardt-Seminar in Vienna. Since 2003 she has been working in John Bocks happenings and she also does art-films. She creates her own performances: "gutes tun 1.3" und "bei mir" (both with the Art Collective Gutestun at Ballhaus Ost), "bongani", "anne-ka", "TE fällt auf die welt" (in Co-production with Mülheim Theater an der Ruhr), „La fiancee“ und "judith Lomeeeiahh" (with the Collective Lomé, Togo, and supported from Goethe Institute), „Hitlerine“, „Woyzickine“. 2009 she got the „Prix Special de la critique Theatre et Dance“ in Belgian, as first foreign artist.

Tom Tiest (*1978 in Antwerpen) studied from 1997 to 2007 at the Antwerp's Jazzstudio and Academy of Music. In 2007 he worked for the first time with Jan Fabre. He played as musician and performer in „Requiem für eine Metamorphose which had premiere at the Salzburger Festspielen. 2009 he composed the Music for Fabre's play „Another Sleepy Dusty Delta Day which had premiere at the Avignon Festival.
He has worked, together with domXh, at the Sound-installation for the Antwerp's Art collective lAmpekAp. Tom Tiest plays Guitar for The Valerie Solanas and for Winther.

Julie Pfleiderer After her diploma at the Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch in Berlin and the Masterclass for Performance Training in Antwerp, Belgium, she has directed in Berlin, Vienna, Mainz, Wuppertal, Antwerp and Brussels. She was part of the 2011 Burning Ice Festival/ Changing Tents at Kaaitheater Brussels and also 2011 she directed to the international Festival Steirischer Herbst in Graz „Am Schönsten ist das was bereits verschwunden ist“.

Sirko Knüpfer has studied at the Kunsthochschulen Halle/Saale, Glasgow and Karlsruhe. He has been for 12 years in international art-context with the art-collective HENRY VIII's WIVES. He has worked with the performance-collective GobSquad and with the Sascha Waltz & Guests company. Since 2009 he has been working with choreographer Paula E. Paul under the label KOMBINAT.CO. He teaches media-art at the Kunsthochschule „Burg Giebichenstein“ Halle/Saale.

Arnaud Poumarat (* 1978) is a French Light designer. From 2005 to 2008 he works for the Sasha Waltz’n Guest and also for the choreographers Luc Dunberry, Laurie Young and Ami Garmon. He has been working since 2007 with the French choreographer Catherine Dreyfus. For Nico & the Navigators he has designed the light for the productions Anaesthesia“ and „Obwohl ich Dich kenne“. He has worked with director Anne Hirth and his group büro für zeit + raum at the productions „und übrigens kann ich fliegen“, „How to be... almost there“ and „Rost“. He lives in Berlin.

Juliane Kremberg (*1986 in Berlin) is finishing her study of applied dramatics at the university in Giessen. Since 2008 she has been part of the performance-collective SWOOSH LIEU, where she prevalently works for Video and visual effects. She has worked at the documentary film „Voice Off. Marburg.“, at the Schauspiel Köln for the production „Keiner weiß mehr“ and for the performance „Exit Lear“ at the Kaserne Basel. For „NON TUTTA she works as technical assistant for Video.