Pascal Schonlau / Mario Gaetano Brucculeri: Interfusion

November has brought a lot of fog to Frankfurt. On some days, the fog dissolves until noon, giving way to some sun. But this seems to be rare this year. Many times, it stayed foggy and cloudy the whole day, and I could observe how this changes the quality of the light. The different light … Continue reading Pascal Schonlau / Mario Gaetano Brucculeri: Interfusion

Joana Tischkau: Being Pink Ain’t Easy

In the winter of 2019/20, I was asked to write a portrait of Joana Tischkau, who is a choreographer and theater maker based in Frankfurt on the Main. The institution asking was Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, an independent performance production house in Frankfurt, because they do a special program preview insert twice a year with the Frankfurter … Continue reading Joana Tischkau: Being Pink Ain’t Easy

Fabrice Mazliah: The Artisan is Present (Manufactured Series #3)

My great uncle was from a tiny village close to Regensburg, and he was a very talented craftsman. I always remember that he repaired wooden things that were broken in our home. More than once, my parents put the dining room chairs (that are not really special, or expensive, but still remain highly appreciated) into … Continue reading Fabrice Mazliah: The Artisan is Present (Manufactured Series #3)