Break Through Performance #24, 11.6.2019, 7 pm by Janina Totzauer: Viracocha Researches
Janina Totzauer places her work between performance and video art. Her second home in Inhambane, Mozambique, influences her work on rituals and human behavior. Where the videos focus on a broader sense of human existence, her performance pieces are always understood as a search of understanding behavior through acting out, exaggerating and turning it into the abstruse.
Janina is a Media Artist and Traveller
. Works in Munich and Mozambique;
Studies: Ludwigs Maximilians University, Munich // History of Art // Philosophy University of Applied Sciences, Munich // Communications Design Academy of Fine Arts, Munich // Media Art // Professor Klaus vom Bruch & Professor Julian Rosefeldt; University of Cape Town // Fine Art Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México // Spanish; Since 2019 // Meisterschülerin Julian Rosefeldt
make it through
by Doro Seror
21 of July at 8 pm
refilling old wounds with colorful tenderness
Have a look
by Beate Linne from Germany
11 of June at 7 pm
There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.
Do the Laundry
by Helinä Hukkataival from Finland
2nd of June at 4 pm
by Claudia Urrutia from Chile
11 of April at 7 pm
Atravesar nuestra memoria y convertir
el muro en un umbral de cambio.
by Thais Medeiros from Brasil
11th of March at 7 pm
Every month it is dripping ink into my word
she bleeds ... Give her roses
by crazinisTartisT (Va-Bene E. Fiatsi)
11th of November at 7 pm
The will to survive is
to reinvent your own birth
Survivale and Existence in ft2
by Dimple B Shah from India
11th of October at 7 pm
Life quintessence is to find balance
between survival and existence
"to the ground"
by Ksenia Telepova from Russia
11th of June at 7 pm
Don't be afraid of me
being afraid of you
J'ai fermè mon compte Instagram
by Hugo Bonamin and Orlane
11th of februar at 7 pm
Toi et moi, les deux, il seront toujours deux
The sound of a hand
by Raquel Ro (Spain)
15th of October at 9 pm
The "Floor" displaced in the verticality, a place for the relation. How long is it possible to stay in this situation?
Action for window and light
by Olga Kozmanidze (Russia)
11th of September at 9pm
Is there a temple for sacred fire when there is neither temple nor heart?
Variation on Vesta's cult.
by Marita Bullmann
14th of July at 7:30 pm
The breath I've taken if it were not for rain
Each crack inspires for changes
by Yarna Shumska (Ukraine)
26th of May at 8 pm
Gaps are to be filled and
walls to be devided
A Room with a View of the Grave
by SU-EN (Sweden)
11th of May at 8 pm
Civilization will collapse
Nature lives on
Time will laugh
by Marta Bosowska (Poland)
22nd of March 2016 at 7 pm
A small split can stop all system
wenn du mir mir gesprochen hättest, mutter
Ein Monolog von Ruth Müller
16th January 2016 at 7 pm
About my life as a thalidomide victim.
A Doctrine from behind
by Guida Miranda (Portugal)
20th November 2015 at 8 pm
Balancing the burden of life and fortune
by Natacha Rimer
11th September 2015 at 8 pm
Performance during the ZONA LIBRE Party
Exceeding real limits through summoning
by Akeelah Betram (UK/Jamaica) with Martina Marini Misterioso
30th June 2015 at 10 pm
Mysterious creature growing in the shine of a flashlight
by Snöwit Snow Hedestierna (Sweden/Canada)
18th April 2015 at 7 pm
Ritual of transcending from space to earth
by Yiy Zhang/Onion Yang (China)
14th February 2015 at 8 pm
Melting the wall between lovers
by Sara Bobadilla and Eduardo Palomares (Spain)
13th December 2014 at 4 pm
Doubling the space outside the space
by Martina Marini Misterioso (Italy)
18th Oktober 2014 at 9 pm
Transforming the previous life into a new stage
by Doro Seror
As a part of the 1rst LABORKITCHEN
at the Creativ Quarter Munich.
Break Through Space is the world's smallest performance space,
a 1/2m3 window performance space.
Break Through is a series of performances, which takes place once a month with different international artists. The first performance was originally performed by Dorothea Seror by breaking a hole into the 75 cm wide rear wall of her studio.