Felizitas Stilleke

Felizitas Stilleke is a freelance dramaturge and curator from Germany. She has studied German Language, Literature Studies and Educational Science in Bochum [B.A.] and Literary Studies/Kulturpoetik in Münster [M.A.]. Since 2015, Felizitas has been a dramaturge of various projects and groups in Nordrhein-Westfalen and Berlin, including collaborations with SEE!, Ben J. Riepe, subbotnik and Drama Köln e.V. She co-curated the theater festival of independant performing arts in NRW, FAVORITEN 2014 and was the dramatic advisor of the international Theater Festival, IMPULSE 2017, under the artistic direction of Florian Malzacher. Felizitas lives and works in Berlin.


ABOUT THE WORK

CALLS FOR CURATION

During CALL FOR CURATION, Felizitas takes us on her personal and intimate journey of encounters with inspiring people, and a lot of (shared) confusion about the possibilities or borders of intuitive curating, via her perception. For the artist, curating signifies a social practice ruled by interaction and intuition. During her time in India, the artist began to record herself and found that speaking her impressions and experiences out loud was the best way to stay connected with herself. The narration turned into an oral transmission, created in the interaction of thoughts, within the specific moment of alliance. Meeting different artists and activists initiated a snowball effect of interaction which continues.

This project responds to UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

THIS WORK IS SUPPORTED BY: 

Goethe Institut – Max Mueller Bhavan, Bangalore

 

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