1914/2014 – Anıların Muharebe Meydanı

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Berlin │ Documentary Theatre │ Exhibition Open Spaces

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Sarajevo │ Workshop and Performance


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Sarajevo│Open Spaces during MESS FESTIVAL 2014

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Istanbul │ Workshop and Performances

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Istanbul │Werkstatt und Performances │© Goethe-Institut, a documentary by Martina Prießner

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Istanbul │ Exhibition Open Spaces



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Belgrade │ Workshop and Performance │Open Spaces


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    1914/2014
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    Benjamin Bajramović, © Edin Hadžihasić
    Benjamin Bajramović, © Edin Hadžihasić

    Benjamin Bajramović

    * born on 9 January 1989 in Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
    • 2011 Graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo with George Orwell’s 1984 (direction and actor). The production was then incorporated into the programme of the Sarajevo War Theater – SARTR.
    • During the same year, cooperation with the Free Theatre Group “Bacači Sjenki” (Zagreb) in their production “Muški/Ženske; Ženski/Muške” (“Male/Female; Female/Male”)
    • 2012 Cooperation in the SARTR production “Bio je lijep i sunčan dan …” (“It was a lovely sunny day …”), a documentary play about 2 May 1992, the start of the siege of Sarajevo.
    • 2013 Cooperation in another SARTR production, “Tajna džema od malina”(“The Secret of Raspberry Jam”), an adaptation of several short stories by the Bosnian author Karim Zaimović. Member of SARTR for one year.
    • 2014 Cooperation in “Skupština” (“The Parliament”), a coproduction of the theatres of Sarajevo based on shorthand minutes of the Bosnian parliament.
    • Participated in several important workshops: William Esper on the acting technique of Sanford Meisner, Sandra Mladenović’s Clowns’ Workshop, David Grant on Augusto Boal’s “Forum Theatre” method and Louis Fortiere on the Clown’s Technique of Jacques Lecoq.
    • Benjamin Bajramović currently lives in Sarajevo.

     

    Armin Wieser, Copyrights Mathias Rümmler
    Armin Wieser, Copyrights Mathias Rümmler

    Armin Wieser

    *1955 born in Lauterach, Austria
    • Trained as an actor at the University of the Arts in Graz
    • 1979 ‒1989: Fixed engagements at municipal theatres in Graz, Coburg, Kiel, Osnabrück, Nuremberg and Bremen
    • Since 1989: Freelance in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart, Calgary, Bolzano, Berlin and in other European cities on the following stages: Kampnagelfabrik (Hamburg), Mousonturm Frankfurt, Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Sophiensæle (Berlin), Frascati, Westergasfabriek (Amsterdam), Schouwburg (Rotterdam), Staatsoper Stuttgart, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Maxim Gorki Theater (Berlin), Vereinigte Bühnen Bolzano etc.  as well as founding the LUBRICAT theatre group, Berlin
    • Worked with the following directors:Christof Nel, John Dew, Karina Holla, Vivienne Newport, Johannes Grebert, Dirk Cieslak, Helena Waldmann, Ruedi Häussermann, Peaches, Herbordt/Mohren, Hans-Werner Kroesinger etc.
    • Since 2000: Has taken part in German TV series and films

     

    Lajos Talamonti
    Benjamin Bajramović, © Edin Hadžihasić

    Lajos Talamonti

    • Freelance director, author and actor
    • Founded the production platform “Urban Lies” in 1999 in order to gain insight into and an overview of contemporary phenomena using dramatic and performative means. Without aesthetic preferences the collective of the moment develops into a self-taught laboratory for the development of performative acting methods with changing casts as well as including specialists.
    • This has resulted in a large number of own productions on the subject of science, urban life and modern forms of organisation as well as questions of identity, productions for theatrical spaces and interventions in the public space. Work with children and young people is another important feature.
    • Cooperation with Sophiensæle, Hebbel am Ufer, Gorki Theater, Theater an der Parkaue (all in Berlin) as well as the Nationaltheater Mannheim, Theater Heidelberg, Kampnagel Hamburg, Schwankhalle (Bremen) and the FFT Düsseldorf
    • Cooperation with Sophiensæle, Hebbel am Ufer, Gorki Theater, Theater an der Parkaue (all in Berlin) as well as the Nationaltheater Mannheim, Theater Heidelberg, Kampnagel Hamburg, Schwankhalle (Bremen) and the FFT Düsseldorf

     

    Mehmet Bozdogan
    Mehmet Bozdogan

    Mehmet Bozdogan

    *born 4th of June 1977 in Berlin
    • matriculation 1998
    • Since 1996: Engagements throughout Germany in various fringe theatres
    • 2002 ‒ 2006: Studied acting at the TRANSform School of Drama in Berlin
    • 2007/08: Contracted for the ZDF detective series Der Kriminalist
    • Since 2010: Various feature films and TV series in Turkey

     

    Damjan Kecojević
    Damjan Kecojević

    Damjan Kecojević

    • Studied acting at the Braća Karić Academy of Art in Belgrade (Class of Professor Petar Banićević).
    • After completion of studies, assistant for Scenic Movement there and for one semester at the University of the Arts in Belgrade.
    • Between December 2011 and December 2012, Head of Acting at the Duško Radović Children’s Theatre in Belgrade.
    • Before studying acting, attended a six-year basic music school.
    • Modern dance workshop with Martin Sonderkamp (Alexander technique and improvisation) and Joe Alter (Cunningham technique).
    • Took part in a seminar on physical theatre with Professor Elias Coenn at the KIM-Theater Berlin.
    • Won prizes in the field of children’s theatre, including one as best actor.
    • Numerous engagements as actor and choreographer etc. in Belgrade.
    • Film roles in 2007.

     

    Regine Dura, © Foto: Jim Rakete
    Regine Dura, © Foto: Jim Rakete

    Regine Dura

    • Director, curator, script editor, cinema, theatre and radio author
    • Studied art education, theatre, film and television studies and modern German literature in Frankfurt am Main; post-graduate programme “Videoprojekt” at the University of the Arts, Berlin
    • After completing her studies, worked amongst others for Wim Wenders Produktion, Darlow Smithson Films, European Film Academy
    • Since 2000, cooperation with the documentary theatre director Hans-Werner Kroesinger
    • 2006 Member of the jury at the Youth Media Festival Berlin
    • Co-curator of the film festival SPLICE IN – Gender and Politics in Afghanistan and Neighbouring Countries
    • 2011 Documentary film “Weißes Blut” (ZDF/ARTE)
    • Film festivals: Max Ophüls Prize, Dokfilmwoche Hamburg, Nordische Filmtage, Dokumentarist Filmfestival Istanbul
    • Radio feature “Weißes Blut” for WDR
    • Scholarships and bursaries: MEDIA Stipendium and Stipendium der FFA (German Federal Film Fund / FFA), DEFA Stipendium, Scholarship of the Academy of Culture Istanbul/Tarabya 2013/14
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    Hans-Werner Kroesinger, © Foto: Jim Rakete
    Hans-Werner Kroesinger, © Foto: Jim Rakete

    Hans-Werner Kroesinger

    * 1962 born in Bonn
    • 1983‒1988 Studied applied theatre studies in Giessen under Andrzej Wirth and Hans-Thies Lehmann. Production assistant/ script editor under Robert Wilson and participation in the latter’s productions “The Hamletmachine” (New York), “Salome” (Milan) and “The Forest” (Berlin)
    • 1989 Artistic assistant in Heiner Müller’s production “Hamlet/Hamletmaschine” (Deutsches Theater, Berlin)
    • Since 1993, own productions (including Berliner Ensemble, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel, Maxim Gorki Theater and in the independent theatre scene, including HAU, Sophiensäle, Radialsystem, Staatsbank, Podewil Berlin, FFT Düsseldorf, Festspielhaus Dresden-Hellerau, Theaterhaus Gessnerallee, Zurich)
    • Invitations to famous national and international festivals including “Politik im freien Theater” (Hamburg 2003), “Cultura Nova” (Herleen 2008), “Impulse” (NRW 2009)
    • 2007 Awarded the Brüder-Grimm-Preis by the State of Berlin for “Kindertransporte”, Berliner Theater an der Parkaue
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