Own Projects

 Own Projects

2017 Mareike founded the children’s theatre company აიწონა დაიწონა in Georgia with kind support of DVV International the company continued to tour “სახლობანა” and also premiered and toured their second play “შავი ნისლი”, based on the GRIPS play “dicke Luft”

2016 – Mareike directed the children’s play “სახლობანა” – the Georgian adaptation of Volker Ludwig’s “Mannomann”, translated by Tamta Melashvili, songs translated by Maia Lipartiani. The play toured to schools and community centres all over Georgia. This tour was kindly supported by Women’s Fund in Georgia.

2015 – “PLAY” a performance and community project for 2nd Tbilisi Triennial in the old theatre Machkhaani/Georgia

2015 – “Welcome” a performance with New Collective/Tbilisi, had been invited to FLARE 15 Festival in Manchester. With a contribution of UK Visa and Immigration Office. Infos here

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2014 – “A Supra Of Her Own” 72 hour solo performance in the frame of the exhibition by Tamuna Chabashvili and Agniezka Dudrak @ Gallery Nectar, Tbilisi/Georgia

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2014 – “Three Sisters – The Leaving Party” a workshop performance at CCA (Centre of Contemporary Art) Tbilisi/Georgia, following a workshop with students.

2014 – Urban Street Food Dinner Club – Performance project in public space for Confluence Resonants Festival und Urban Species Festival

2013 – This Seat is Taken campaign against homophobia ans racism in Tbilisi/Georgia and Berlin/Germany

2010/2014 – Salon Tbilisi Berlin – Interdisciplinary performance project

2010 ASA NISI MASA with Christian Mahlow and Stefanie Mühlhan, LOFFT Leipzig

IMPRESSUM

 

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