Berlin Fellowship 2018 — Performing Arts

Lynn Takeo Musiol

*1989 in Leverkusen (DE)

lives in Hamburg and Berlin (DE)

 

www.instagram.com/sakurayatsu

www.lynnmusiol.cargocollective.com

 

Vita

Lynn Takeo Musiol studied sociology, media studies and international criminology in Hamburg, Amman, and Budapest. Research stays in Hungary, Israel, Jordan and Turkey. Active on the theatre scene since 2017. Assistantships at Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Salzburg Festival, and Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin.

Awards, Fellowships, Grants

2018

Fellowship, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

2017

Mindspace, Budapest

2016

Körperschaftsvermögen der Universität Hamburg (university grant)

2016

Hamburglobal

2015

Körperschaftsvermögen der Universität Hamburg (university grant)

2015

Erasmus+

2015

Possehl-Stiftung, Lübeck

Exhibitions, Performances, Productions, Workshops (selection)

2018

Noema aka Totalreflexion, Kollektiv EMESX™, dramaturgy, text, video

SHamE – Narrative Biographical Space, FERi Feminist Gallery, Budapest, text, video

Hunger, directed by Frank Castorf, Salzburger Festspiele, director's assistant

Der haarige Affe, directed by Frank Castorf, Schauspielhaus Hamburg, production assistant

Elias, directed by Theresa von Halle, Kammerakademie Potsdam, dramaturgy

2017

Tartare Noir, directed by Karin Beier, Deutsches SchauSpielHaus Hamburg, dramatugy work experience/dramatugy assistance

#sitcomopera Minibar, directed by Theresa von Halle

junge norddeutsche philharmonie, Berlin, dramaturgy

poesispopeclecticfabrication, NachtCentrale, Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, director, text

Typewriter-Klangwelten mit Hendrik Otremba, Pop-Kultur-Festival Berlin

2014

Hunger For Trade, artistic director: Maria Magdalena Ludewig,

Schauspielhaus Hamburg, organisational and content-related assistance

 

Publications

2017

Hydras offener Schrei, OP Kollektiv, Nazis & Goldmund

2016

Dispersion Instapoetical Approach, Sleepover Club, Melbourne

"Othering the Refugee", Journal for Culture and Criminology, The Netherlands

2015

"Review: Katharina Hoins", et al., 2014, Schnittstellen. Die Gegenwart des Abwesenden, published by: Surveillance Studies.org