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PAULA ROSOLEN. Direction + Choreography

graduated from Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Künst Frankfurt. She holds a MA in Choreography and Performance (MACuP) from Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen. Paula was granted DanceWEB 2009. She was choreographer in residence at K3-Tanzplan Hamburg and Workspace Brussels.

Paula Rosolen’s works have been shown at ZKM Karlsruhe, Atelier Pact Zollverein, Frankfurt LAB, Mousonturm, Akademie der Künste Berlin, Theater Festival 150%Hamburg, ID_Frankfurt’s Tanzpanorama 2009/2011, Museum Wiesbaden, Biennale Tanzausbildung 2008/2012, Kampnagel, Festival Architectures Contemporaines Aix en Province and European Festival for Contemporary Dance in Poland.

Together with the Digitaler Atlas Tanz and the Akademie der Künste Berlin, she coordinated the creation of the “Renate Schottelius Archiv”, in cooperation with Teatro General San Martín in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


DAVID MORROW. Performer + Pianist

David Morrow is working as a pianist, performer and, occasionally, as speaker.

He began working with choreographer William Forsythe in 1989. His most recent compositions for Forsythe are ‘Yes We Can’t’ (Barcelona: 2010) and ’Rearray’ (London: 2011), a duo especially created for the dancers Sylvie Guillem and Nicolas Le Riche.

David’s first collaboration with Paula Rosolen was in 2010 as performer/pianist in ‘Die Farce der Suche’ (Frankfurt: 2010). For `Libretto` (Hamburg 2012) he additionally composed the music.Since 2005 he also collaborated with other choreographers, such as Xin-Peng Wang (Dortmund), Verena Weiss (Luzern & Stuttgart) und Dominique Rosales (film score).


THORSTEN LARBIG. Performer + Pianist

Born 1964 in Fulda. First studied School Music at the Music Conservatory Heidelberg-Mannheim, then Piano with teachers such as Ute Starke and Irina Edelstein (Chamber Music and Song Studies with teachers such as Charles Spencer and Rainer Hoffmann). He graduated with the Konzertexamen in 1995 and is since working as teacher for Piano and Repetiteur for singers at the Music Conservatories in Frankfurt and Munich. He is also working as Soloist and Vocal Accompanist.

He worked with singers such as Scot Weir, Ruth Ziesak, Heidrun Kordes, Gabriele Hierdeis, Margarete Joswig.

As pianist he accompanied diverse master classes, e.g. International Master Class for young singers (2000).

Concert tours to the UK, France, Italy, Portugal, USA, UAE and China.

He is involved dedicatedly as Accompanist, Arrangeur and Composer for Chanson and Cabaret. He performed together with Jo van Nelsen, Alix Dudel, Sabine Fischmann and many more.



Studied sound engineering at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. Received a scholarship as sound director at the International Ensemble Modern Academy (IEMA) in Frankfurt / Main.

Since 2008, he works as a freelance sound engineer for organisations including Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM) in Karlsruhe.

Intensive work with numerous forms of contemporary music. Active in both concert and studio environments such as the Biennale in Munich and Sao Paulo, Beethovenfest Bonn, Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival, Wien Modern, MaerzMusik, Eclat, PGNM Bremen, Festspiele Herrenhausen and the Ruhrtriennale.

Production of numerous recordings, e.g. with the Ensemble Modern and the Ensemble musikFabrik.

Part of the artist collective “stock11“ (www.stock11.de)

Sound director for the Duo “soundspaces" (www.soundspace-home.de).


WOOYEON CHUN. Stage Design

Born 1983 in Seoul/ South Korea.  During her B.A. studies “Fine Arts” at the Ewha Women’s University she was especially interested in the relationship between music, movement and image. 2006 she graduated and then started studying „Visual Communication“ (with focus on Stage and Costume Design with Prof. rosalie) at the Offenbach University of Art and Design.

She realised Theatre and Music Productions in collaboration with the Hessische Theaterakademie.
For her installation “The Comfort Station“ (2010) and the performance "Ein Flattern_Zufallsname" (2012) she won the Offenbacher Löwe-Bühnenbildpreis.

From December 2012 until February 2013 she interned at the Münchner Kammerspiel Schauspielhaus.



lives and works in Frankfurt. Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen (2005-2011).

Since 2011 she is doing her postgraduate studies at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne.

Since 2013 she is a fellow at the Goethe University Frankfurt, where she is supervising the practical projects at the Institute for Theatre, Film and Media Studies.

Performances and Installations, e.g. Kampnagel Hamburg, Pact Zollverein Essen, Gängeviertel Hamburg and together with the performance group SWOOSH LIEU.

As Light Designer she worked for various stage productions (Monstertruck, Ivna Zuc, Jenny Beyer, SKART). 2010 she was part of the organisation team for Treffen Total / Sweet&Tender Collaborations at the K3 Centre for Choreography. 


MIRIAM WÜRTZ. Dramaturgical Collaboration

M.A. Theatre, Film and Media Studies at Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt (1999), semester abroad in Paris and London.

2000/2001 scholarship for the Script Workshop at the Film School in Munich.

Theatre Dramaturgy in collaboration with Susan Kessler and Stéphane Bittoun - including the novel adaptation "Mein erster Sony" and the multi-media piece "Nackt unter Kokosnüssen" (premiere in December 2011 at the Mousonturm in Frankfurt).

Documentary Short Film - Director and Script - "Eine kleine feine Geschmackssache" about the "mystery of the dumpling" (2005) - funded by the Saarländische Filmförderung.

Movie proof reading for Altas film, Düsseldorf and Paramount Pictures, London. Current research and experiments: Hybrid story telling, newspaper clippings, Found Photage, The emotional dimension.


KARIN BERRIO. Project Management

Karin Berrío studied Theatre and Orchestra Management at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt am Main. After studying music in Tübingen, Lisbon and Berlin, she is now living in Frankfurt.


DALIAH ZIPER. Project Assistance

Daliah lives and works in her hometown Frankfurt.

She graduated with the M.A. CREATIVE PRACTICE FOR NARRATIVE ENVIRONMENTS at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, through which she experienced multi- as well as inter-disciplinary working and thinking.

She is now working on diverse projects, varying from city research to photography (www.kopfhochfrankfurt.tumblr.com) as part of the LUMINALE 2012 and within documentary film production at A LIST FILMS.


Juan Manuel M. Fiebelkorn. Post-production

He studied electronics engineering at University of Buenos Aires, Acting and Performance at Universidad de Buenos Aires and Documentary Film at Madres de Plaza de Mayo University.

He has experience as Set Decorator, Assistant to Art Director and camera Assistant.

He runs his own film recording and digital restoration company, Diginema, where he developed his proprietary film recording system. He works for Flektor SRL where he develops LED light systems for film/video shooting. He does consulting, image restoration and data recovery for LaHaye Digital Solutions. www.diginema.com