Yoga Action in Marzahn, by Naama Ityel

Berlin, May 25th 2019, Berlin-Marzahn, Marzahner Promenade

Projects Archive

Urban Playground, by Roana Salome

Berlin, June 15th 2019, Berlin-Kreuzberg, Admiralsbrücke

Playing is much more fun with other people! And you don’t need nothing to experience it beside yourself and some space. No money, no qualifications, licens or certificates, no name, no ID, no common language, not a certain age, religion or colour.
Every women* is welcome to join the action, to research and share own discoveries.

I am going to tell you stories and you will share them with other people. We will observe moving objects and subjects (bikes, swings, passengers, animals etc.), take there movement and change it into our own. And last but not least we will dive into a swarm-movement.
Everything will be explained in details before we start! Inbetween and after there will be time to share own discoveries and perceptions.

I am really looking forward to share time with you, to reach out, to play and to connect.

For me it is possible to change the urban space into something that feels more like a playground – to make it alone it is quite tough, but with your support, we’re going to play at home!

Nothing: to be done, by Netta Weiser

Berlin, June 2019, Berlin-Neukölln, U-bahn Hermannplatz

Performance + Publication

The Space of my Body, by Diana Sirianni

Berlin, May 2nd 2019, Berlin-Kreutzberg, Skalitzer Strasse

This work is based on the interaction between performers, advertising posters and printed images of female* bodies combined with abstracted, decontructed space. The action started pasting up four big posters over ordinary advertisement posters. In the afteroon a group of performers through their presence and movements continued the interaction happening in the images to the street and the real life. You didn´t need any previous experience with dance to participate. Just to come with black/dark clothes.

By definition, the underground station is a public waiting area. By going down a few stairs from the street level or arriving from a different platform, people enter the underground station step into an eternal sphere of waiting. However, in the era of social networks and constant flow of information into our smartphones, it seems that we have lost our ability to wait.

Simply, wait.

Texting, checking, sending, listening and notifying, we will do anything to fill the “void”, avoiding the in between. And, if waiting is perceived as a waste of time, we just stop doing it, right?

The aim of Nothing: to be done. is to reclaim the human ability of waiting in public spaces as an essential element of our everyday life. In order to regain this lost ability, we need to reeducate ourselves and practice.

In the pursuit of waiting, we turn to the master of gaps and lingering, silences and absences, Samuel Beckett, and his great play Waiting for Godot.

Each time with a different cohort, we commence a process of collaborative writing, transforming the first act of Waiting for Godot into a waiting manual, a source of practical exercises embodying the illusive notion of waiting.

The writing process results in a publication of the handbook: 
Holding our waiting manuals we facilitate a group waiting practice in the underground station. This waiting practice is pursued in a somatic and performative approach, interpreting of the handbook's exercises in a game-like format.

Hacking Normality, by Susi Rosenbohm

Berlin, June 2019, Berlin-Kreuzberg, Kottbusserdamm

How do you feel in public space? Free? Overwhelmed? Alive? Stressed out? What if we question the public space and how we encounter and move in it? Which room is accessible for whom and for whom not? What does it mean to be not "normal" visible or functioning in public space with our body? We question, hack and transform the everyday urban space, which prescribes socially accepted codes of behavior, through our own body. We do not take anything for granted and see what that does to us and the public space. We stop, disturb, move, feel, talk, listen, explore and play with the aim to create a public space where we like to be.

Public Painting, by Diana Sirianni

Berlin, August 2019, Berlin-Kreuzberg, Wiener Str.

PUBLIC PAINTING is the first of a series of performative paintings in public space. This first project focuses on the topic of COURAGE and is meant to connect, celebrate, play with our courage, and at the end transform it into an inspiration for our creativity. It also reclaims advertisement surfaces as a place for collective creative expression, play and connection.


As a group of performers we will gather in front of an advertisement poster, cover it with white paper, like a blank canvas. There will be a few buckets of color and a ladder and other painting tools.The sidewalk space in front of the poster will become our stage and the action will be recorded by a camera placed at the other end. Each person will pick from a bag randomly 5 instructions. Some of these instructions will be technical, as for example “use a color, an object and a passerby”, “measure the distance between the poster and the camera”. The other scores were co-created collectively in a preparatory meeting and are inspired on our biographical experience with courage, as for ex. "ask perople what do they desire (and if you can help them to realise it)" or "Say it loud and clearly, simultaneously with one other person/many others".

Sounds of Touching, by Jana Maria Dohmann

Berlin, September 2019, Berlin-Tiergarten, Park Tiergarten

In the upcoming action „sounds of touching“ we will explore together how contemporary body-based performance can be experienced non-visually.

The workshop is an invitation to everyone who is interested in joining a sensual journey that is taken without the compass of the eyes but regarding to the richness of all our other senses.

During a set of exercises we will generate shared knowledge on how we can use our whole body to inhale what surrounds us and send back poetic signals to the urban.

Jeden Tag einen neuen Satz, by Diana Sirianni and Youme Won

Berlin, September 2019, Berlin-Neukölln, Richard Platz

Join us to our next meeting next Sunday!
We will connect to our life story, extract some sentences that describe some meaningful moments, write them on paper and tag them outside in the street using brush and organic glue. We will connect intimacy and urban space, show that our story is everybody’s story, bring some poetry, color and warmth in the city landscape.

° The Mobile Piece 

by Susi Ronsenbohm

Berlin, October 2019, Kreuzberg

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We would like to invite you to

Women* Listening to Women* - Speed dating event on Zoom.
4 April 2020, 16:30-17:30h

In this quasi quarantine times our contacts are reduced to the people we already know. Being in touch with strangers is almost impossible now, but could help us change our perspective, feel connected, receive empathy, create a sense of humanity and, in our case, of solidarity amongst women* and amongst artists.

Let us meet for about an hour. We will start with a common round of sharing a glimpse our present situation. We will couple up in different combinations and listen to each other as it is being done in a method called co-counseling, which Diana and me have been using in our workshops. We are going to lead you through it. We will finish up with a common round of sharing about the experice. And maybe this experience will keep on working within us and beyond..

Please be there in time!

Looking forward to meeting you!

Jolika and Diana

Is Listening a Form of Activism? - Corona Version 

by Jolika Sudermann-van den Berg and Diana Sirianni

online call, April 2020, worldwide

The framework of the Mobile Piece is text communication through mobile phones. Another layer of communication arises during the dance performance itself. Thus the dance performance becomes a collective process. The participants got a sms with info and one instruction some days before the dance performance started. When they arrived at the set time and place they got the following first text: "Hey Women, welcome to my "Mobile Piece". You have 10 min to send me scores via whatsapp that I will do now here on the platform. I will try to give my best to perform them so that you will have an extraordinary performance. The 10 minutes are starting NOW!“ 


I understand dance as communication and therefore also always as a social practice. That is why I like to create concepts where dance becomes more a place of encounter and negotiating between people. I am interested in the following questions: What are we doing and sharing when I dance and/or perform? Who has the responsibility for what? Who choreographs whom? Who brings something in? What do you want to see or not to see? What do I want to do or not to do? Who gives instructions to what should happen? What if we disappoint our expectations of the dance? For whom am I dancing?

I am dancing out of line. And you?