"I wanted to live" is an up-to-the-minute cinematic and exhibition experiment, which is related to the documented death of more than 35,597 refugees and migrants, who have lost their lives within, or on the borders of Europe since 1993.
CITY POETRY PROJECT
The "City Poetry Project" explores the juxtaposition and combination of film, poetry and city scapes.
The Seagull, 2018, cinematic concept, script and treatment by Greta Amend.
Our Chekhov theatre research project as an international cooperation with our friends of "Teater Neo" in Randers, Denmark.
Our 9-month daily group performance with 10 actors as part of an exhibition at the Museum für Kommunikation Berlin explored new spaces for actors and audience.
AUDITION AS PERFORMANCE
The first public and free audition for actors in Germany, 2008, with Casting Director Greta Amend and 200 actors
48HOUR FILM PROJECT
We produced Berlin´s edition of the worlds biggest time based film festival with 600 participants from 12 different countries in 50 film teams
TRAVERS CAMP III.
The 10-day interdisciplinary camp "Confront the future" will explore the interaction between art and the future: What challenges and work processes lie ahead? How can we as artists position ourselves for the digital future? What can we learn from future generations? And where does our current artistic practice go?
CHEKHOV ON THE ROAD
Chekhov on the road is an innovative approach to Anton Chekhov´s The Seagull with an international cast.
The Nemetschek Foundation's nationwide exhibition "Secret - a social phenomenon" will be making a stop at the Museum of Communication Berlin. We have designed an accompanying, innovative workshop program that deepens the topic, in which we will impart media competence from our decades of practical experience as international actors and lecturers in the performing arts (acting and directing).
Our groundbreaking adaption and highly acclaimed staging of the novel White Nights by Fjodor Dostoevsky, in cooperation with our friends of "Theater an der Glocksee", Hanover
MISUNDERSTANDINGS IN THE BIG CITY
Interactive group performance with 50 actors at the Museum für Kommunikation Berlin during the Long Nights Of The Museums.
Germany´s first and biggest symposium for actors only - invented and hosted by Greta Amend