Tamagotchi Life Support, 2017 Installation in Natural History Museum Arad
Hans-Werner Klohe choreographs the poetry collection brinnen/égetve by Anja Utler during their residence in Budapest.
This event took place as part of the Eastern European exchange program with Hungarian writers.
Performance with Hans-Werner Klohe, Su-Mi Jang and Anja Utler.
In cooperation with the Joszef-Attila Circle and Collegium Budapest.
Anja Utler (born in 1973 in Schwandorf/Germany) studied Slavic languages and literature, English and elocution in Regensburg, Norwich and St. Petersburg. In 2003, Ph.D. from the University Regensburg with a thesis on female Russian Modernist poets. Poetry debut in 1999 with her book “aufsagen” (“recite”). She received the Leonce-and-Lena-Prize (2003), the most important award for young poets in the German-speaking world, for her poetry in “münden – entzüngeln” (Vienna, 2004), described as “language games of psychological world perception.”
Parallel to the publication of the new poetry collection brinnen by Anja Utler, which appeared in fall 2006 in the Edition Korrespondenzen, the Akademie Schloss Solitude publishes a very special poetry audio book under the same title.
Hans-Werner Klohe (born 1970 in Mannheim) studied dancing and choreography at the Heinz-Bosl Stiftung in Munich and at the Musikhochschule Munich, Diploma (1994). Works as a dancer and choreographer, amongst others with Introdans (Netherlands), Aventures in Motion Pictures/AMP (London, New York), Joachim Schlömer, Sasha Waltz (Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz, Berlin).
In the context of the Eastern European Program Anja Utler and Hans-Werner Klohe were in Budapest from September until November 2006.
The program is supported by the Ministry of Science, Research and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, the Hungarian Ministry of Culture and the Robert Bosch Foundation.