Stork Migrations

Selected performances
Stork Migrations Control food and you control the people The Moor May Go* Genealogies Ritournelle Compulsion-Attaque Dawdle A Space Made For Giants Eier haben Odem She's all dressed up for peace Cabine
Reel crusoe Aus den Trümmern des Paradieses Exhibition: Forschungswerkstatt - Kolonialgeschichte in Tempelhof und Schöneberg In Arcadia: How Soldiers Become Mermaids Trümmerberg Kilimanjaro
Hommage to Diane Torr Squat Monument Heraud-Baumann Reflektor Forum theatre in prison: “zukunftsmusik” Shifts- Investigating Scores Dealing With Normative Gaze In Performance Art
Portrait of Bárbara Santos for her book ://aboutblank Sans Titre, 2020 Spring Champs Père et Fils / Father and Son Sans Titre, 2021 Au dessus, 2019

Stork Migrations
at Musraramix Festival "Displacement", 28-30.5.19 2019, in Jerusalem
"In Alsace where I grew up, there was a widespread myth that storks delivered newborns to expecting parents, an attempt to explain the origin of life. In fact, I would see them come and go, depending on the season, heading towards Rostock or Kenitra. Some nested for a while and would leave behind their huge empty nests on top of buildings and electric poles, inaccessible to our children’s hands and far away from our eyes. So far and so present were my grandfather’s Casablanca and the German mother tongue of my Alsatian grandmother. Yes, it sounded like common sense that babies would come from across the sea on the storks’ way from south to north, and we guessed that they would do the same from north to south. Being delivered by a bird wasn’t a credible story and yet, even a three-year-old has a sense for enigma. Actually, it touched some kind of truth"

Supported by the Goethe Institut Israel and STEP Travel Grant


Performance and Video "Stork Migrations"

Photo/Video: Izabela Chamczyk, Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat, Danielle Parsa, Rachel Shor

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