Liz Rech

(*1975 in Munich) works as a director, dramaturge and performer. After her dramaturgy studies at Bayer. Theaterakademie she studied directing at the HfMT in Hamburg. Since 2007 she has been working in the border area between drama, performance, installation and activism. In addition, she works continuously in artist initiatives and collectives (Komm in die Gänge; sweet and tender collaborations; Schwabinggrad Ballett).

She has repeatedly developed artistic research projects including ÜBER /RESTE (Stuttgart 2006), BASTARD.Wahlidentitäten (Hamburg, 2008), PINK NOISE (Bremen, 2010), HEIMAT. LIES. REMINDER (Bremen, 2010), BLOGOSPHERE IRAQ (Osnabrück, 2011). Since 2015 she has been researching at the Research Training Group PERFORMING CITIZENSHIP on the topic PERFORMING CITIZENSHIP - MEETING IN (THE) MOVEMENT. In this context she developed the artistic research projects MARCHING SESSION I - VI. Interactive (lecture) performance for fellow runners and pacemakers (kampnagel, 2016) and Hello, March! Collective walking performance (2017). Most recently she worked with the artistic-activist collective Schwabinggrad Ballett & Arrivati on CHÖRE DER ANGEKOMMENEN. INDISKRETE PLATZBEFRAGUNG (HAU, Berlin 2017). In her joint performative research project BEYOND RE/PRODUKTION with Annika Scharm, she deals thematically with the image of motherliness in the present. She is the mother of Wanja, who was born in January 2017.

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