“Autumn leafs”
photograph by Monika Deimling, 2022

BBB Johannes Deimling, born in 1969 in Andernach, Germany, is a visual artist working in the fields of performance art, video art, art film, drawing, and painting as well as art education.

Deimling has invested a large part of his artistic research in teaching and learning performance art processes since 1997. In 2008 he founded the international art and education project PAS | Performance Art Studies and has been the artistic director since then.

Since 2016 he has been married to the Polish photographer Monika Deimling, and both share a close artistic collaboration.

At the center of Deimling’s work is the creation of visual images that consciously elude direct logic and allow for metaphorical and poetic perception. The images are created by using an artistic freedom that opens up philosophical spaces between image and contemplation. Deimling’s universe of images aims to transform perception and integrates a wide range of present themes and topics.

“For more than 30 years the German artist and art pedagogue BBB Johannes Deimling is internationally active and known in the field of Performance Art with his “enacted images (agierte Bilder)”, a term he is using since 1989 for his works. The performance images of the artist are initially created purely visual but gradually access to all the senses to form a holistic view on the banalities of everyday life with all its challenges and changes. Based on Deimling’s daily observations of the world, these ephemeral images can be seen as condensed moments and metaphorical triggers. The artist says about his performance images: “It is not about what you see, but more about what you don’t see.”. Within the social space performance art is offering, Deimling’s images are generating nonverbal, visual dialogues where images replace words, creating an artistic atmosphere and leave plenty of space for individual interpretation and access. And right here, the actual images appear, the center focus of Deimling’s artistic research: the non-visible images each audience member creates in their minds while seeing and discovering the performance. The moment ‘now’ is here at its peak: perception is triggered, activated and responding. There is no given direction or right or wrong in how these images must be seen, analysed or valued. Stimulating the mind to reflect or even rethink our views on the world is combined with purposeful use of gesture, movement, and materials. These three components are mastered by Deimling over the years and establish his unique, poetic art language. To sharpen one’s view is Deimling’s intention.”

“The thinker”, self portrait,
ink on paper, 12,5 x 15 cm, 2014.

“In recent years, German artist BBB Johannes Deimling has developed a very unique artistic position by combining performance art and collage. His well-known color-intensive actions do not follow a chronological order but are fragments that come together at the end of the performance to form a complete work. Deimling cuts up the sequence of actions and reassembles them; he presents moments of actions that are sometimes reversed and combines them with other patterns of action that at first glance seem to have no direct connection. As if in a paper collage, Deimling composes images with harmony and dissonance of objects and materials that he glues together through his very own way of being in action and presence. In this live (performance) process, image by image, these characteristic collages are created. The variety of images being shown is interwoven in such a way that they become blurred as the performance unfolds. The goal is that the viewer no longer knows what happened first and what will happen next. His action-based collages seem like symphonies in which many elements – large, small, and often not even directly perceptible – resonate with each other in front of the viewer. We enter a mystical time zone where logic no longer works and the poetic takes over, constructing a real space, however intangible, yet real as an emotion of life. These images, taken from the past and created in the here and now, speak of the future and carry a vision that may seem absurd but comes true with every action. The complexity of these presented images is created with a stunning simplicity that allows any viewer to enter Deimling’s world of imagery. Deimling creates a magical visual language out of found and universally known objects, which he removes from their context and then presents to us in altered form, as if it were their original purpose. By putting things together differently, as in a collage, Deimling invites us to be an active part of his creation, adding something to his ephemeral images that ideally completes the whole – the collage.”

BBB Johannes Deimling’s performance artworks have been internationally presented at several performance art events such as:
Accion!MAD, Madrid, Spain; Interakcje, Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland; FADO, Toronto, Canada; M:ST – performative art festival, Calgary, Canada; Blauverschiebung, Leipzig, Germany; BONE, Bern, Switzerland; LAS BAS biennal, Helsinki, Finland; PAO – Performance Art Oslo, Oslo, Norway; LIVE ACTION, Guangzhou, China; PERNEO, Madrid, Spain; LiveArt.dk, Copenhagen, Denmark; Venice International Performance Art Week, Venice Italy; PAB – Performance Art Bergen, Bergen, Norway; CLOUD festival, Tirana, Albania; LIVE ACTION, Gothenburg, Sweden; Carbonarium, Kyiv, Ukraine; Performance Crossings, Prague, Czechia, IMAF, Odzaci, Serbia; Homar Festival, Khorramabad, Iran; Stre!fen Performance Art, Görlitz, Germany; UP-ON Festival, Chengdu, China; EPHEMERA, Copenhagen, Denmark; KONTAKT, Gorzów Wielkoposki, Poland; STARPTELPA, Riga, Latvia; ACCIONES AL MARGEN, Bucaramanga, Columbia;  and many others.

Besides his international presence at performance art festivals his works were presented at:
ARKEN – Museum for contemporary art, Copenhagen, Denmark; Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany; KIASMA – Museum for contemporary art, Helsinki, Finland; ICA – International Center of the Arts, London, UK; Museum der bildenden Künste, Leipzig, Germany; Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, Austria; Arsenale, Venice, Italy; Turbinenhalle, Winterthur, Switzerland; CCA – Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel; Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester, UK; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany; Schindlers Factory, Krakow, Poland; National Gallery of Art, Sopot, Poland; Albertinum – Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, Germany; German Embassy, Copenhagen, Denmark; KUNSTMITTE, Art Fair, Magdeburg; Friisland Center for Performance, Copenhagen, Denmark; GAT – Tirana Art Gallery, Tirana, Albania and many others.

“War Paint”, a series of photographs,
2019.

Performance Cycles (selection)

Performance cycles – since 1998
2024 – present: “Mysterious Barricades”
2021 – 2023: “The dance of the receptors” (16 Performances)
2020 – 2022: “it ain’t over until it’s over” (8 Performances)
2018 – 2020: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry” (9 Performances)
2017 – present: “colorblind” (13 Performances)
2015 – 2018: “It won’t always grow back” (16 Performances)
2013 – 2014: “A rolling stone gathers no moss” (13 Performances)
2011 – 2013: “Around the world” (8 Performances)
2011 – 2012: “leaking memories” (9 Performances)
2009 – 2011: “What’s in my head” (12 Performances)
2000 – present: “DEUTSCHLAND DEUTSCHLAND” (6 Performances)
1998 – 2009: “Don’t Hurt Me” (4 Performances)

“Mysterious Barricades” (since 2024)

2024: “Mysterious Barricades #3”, BWA SOKÓŁ Gallery of Contemporary Art, Nowy Sącz, Poland
2024: “Mysterious Barricades #2”, GAT – Tirana Art Gallery, Tirana, Albania
2024: “Mysterious Barricades #1”, Gmünder Kunstverein, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany


“The dance of the receptors”
(2021 – 2023)

2023: “The dance of the receptors #16”, POPOP Art, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
2023: “The dance of the receptors #15”, Fonomo Festival, Szubin, Poland
2023: “The dance of the receptors #14”, German Embassy, Copenhagen, Denmark
2023: “The dance of the receptors #13”, Friisland Center for Performance, Copenhagen, Denmark
2023: “The dance of the receptors #12”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia
2023: “The dance of the receptors #11”, ECHT JETZT Performance Art Festival, Tübingen, Germany
2023: “The dance of the receptors #10”, ECHT JETZT Performance Art Festival, Reutlingen, Germany
2023: “The dance of the receptors #9”, Stre!fen Performance Art Festival, Zgorzelec, Poland
2023: “The dance of the receptors #8”, SPOT ON: Performance Art, Symposium at the TU-Dresden, Dresden, Germany
2023: “The dance of the receptors #7”, THE CLOUD Festival, Tirana, Albania
2023: “The dance of the receptors #6”, Goethe Institute, Lisbon, Portugal
2022: “The dance of the receptors #5”, Młyny Rothera, Bydgoszcz, Poland
2022: “The dance of the receptors #4”, Le Lieu Centre en Art Actuel, Quebec, Canada
2022: “The dance of the receptors #3”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia
2022: “The dance of the receptors #2”, THE CLOUD Festival, Tirana, Albania

2021: “The dance of the receptors #1”, performance-based video work

Selected screenings:
2023: Video Art Miden Festival, Kamatata, Greece
2022: FLOOR_ gallery, Seoul, Korea
2022: Drawing Forum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2022: Candid Art Trust, London, UK
2022: IMAF, International Multimedia Art Festival, Novi Sad, Serbien
2021: Festival Santander en Escena – Noche de Acciones, Bucaramanga, Columbia
2021: ACCIONES AL MARGEN no. 9, International Performance Festival, Bucaramanga, Columbia
2021: THE CLOUD Festival, Tirana, Albania
2021: RE-CONNECT, Prague Biennal, Prague, Czechia
2021: STARPTELPA, Performance Festival Riga, Latvia
2021: KONTAKT, Miejski Ośrodek Sztuki, Gorzów Wielkoposki, Poland
2021: OKNO, STRE!FEN Performance Art Festival, Görlitz, Germany
2021: SOS TIERRA, Arte Acción y Naturaleza, Argentina
2021: EPHEMERA, Performance Art Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark

“it ain’t over until it’s over” (2021-2020)

2021: “it ain’t over until it’s over #8”, Zukunftsvision Art Festival, Görlitz, Germany
2021: “it ain’t over until it’s over #7″, Galerie KUB, Leipzig, Germany
2021: “it ain’t over until it’s over #6”, OKNO, STRE!FEN Performance Art Festival, Görlitz, Germany
2020: “it ain’t over until it’s over #4”, Art Fair, Magdeburg, Germany
2020: “it ain’t over until it’s over #3”, STRE!FEN Performance Art Festival, Görlitz, Germany
2020: “it ain’t over until it’s over #2”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia
2020: “it ain’t over until it’s over #1”, Oko nigdy nie spi, Art Festival, Ostromecko, Poland

“One day I’m gonna make the onion cry” (2020 -2018)

2020: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #9”, performed in Bela Vista, Brazil presented at ‘Bodily Response’, M:ST Performative Arts Festival, Calgary, Canada
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #8”, Minerva Art Academy, Groningen, Netherlands
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #7”, LiveArt.DK, Aalborg, Denmark
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #6”, Saxon Switzerland, Wehlen, Germany
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #5”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #4”, Carbonarium, International Performance Art Festival, Kyiv, Ukraine
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #3”, THE CLOUD Festival, Tirana, Albania
2019: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #2”, Performance Crossings, Performance Art Festival, Prague Czechia
2018: “One day I’m gonna make the onion cry #1”, PERNEO, Museo La Neomudejar, Madrid, Spain

“It won’t always grow back” (2015 – 2018)

2018: “It won’t always grow back #16”, Performance Garten, Cologne, Germany
2018: “It won’t always grow back #15”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia
2017: “It won’t always grow back #14”, tjg Theatreacademy, Dresden, Germany
2017: “It won’t always grow back #13”, Projektraum Streitfeld, Munich, Germany
2017: “It won’t always grow back #12”, ACT.MOVE.PERFORM. Symposium, Dresden, Germany
2017: “It won’t always grow back #11”, P.S. Performance Site, The Hague, Netherlands
2017: “It won’t always grow back #10”, P/ROPS, Gent, Belgium
2017: “It won’t always grow back #9”, Galeria Kobro, Lódz, Poland
2017: “It won’t always grow back #8”, Performance Crossings, Prague, Czechia
2017: “It won’t always grow back #7”, Palais Prinz Carl, Heidelberg, Germany
2016: “It won’t always grow back #6”, Nomadic Arts Festival, Bratislava, Slowakia
2016: “It won’t always grow back #5”, FLAM Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2016: “It won’t always grow back #4”, Galeria Raczej, Poznan, Poland
2016: “It won’t always grow back #3”, Collegium Hungaricum, Berlin, Germany
2015: “It won’t always grow back #2”, Kunstbanken, Hamar, Norway
2015: “It won’t always grow back #1”, Hole Of Fame, Dresden, Germany

“a rolling stone gathers no moss” (2013 – 2015)

2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 13”, M:ST Performative Art Festival, Calgary, Canada
2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 12”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia
2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 11”, Stellwerk, Weimar, Germany
2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 10”, CREATurE Performance Festival, Kaunas, Lithuania
2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 9”, Milles Feuilles, Performance Festival, Nantes, France
2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 8”, Savvy Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
2014: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 7”, Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel, Germany
2013: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 6”, Espai D’Art Contemporani, Castellón, Spain
2013: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 5”, Centro Parraga, Murcia, Spain
2013: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 4”, Abierto de Accion, Malaga, Spain
2013: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 3”, PAO – Performance Art Festival, Oslo, Norway
2013: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 2”, perform!NOW, Performance Art Festival, Winterthur, Switzerland
2013: “a rolling stone gathers no moss # 1”, Art Hall, Rehlovice, Czechia

“Around the world” (2011 – 2013)
2013: “Around the world #8”, CIPAF – Cyprus International Performance Art Festival, Nicosia, Cyprus
2013: “Around the world #7”, Savvy Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
2012: “Around the world #6”, PIGS AND RABBITS Performance Art Meeting, National Galery of Art, Sopot, Poland
2012: “Around the world #5”, Blauverschiebung Performance Art Festival, Galerie KUB, Leipzig, Germany
2012:  “Around the world #4”, Accion!MAD Performance Art Festival, Madrid, Spain
2012: “Around the world #3”, NTA – Norwegian Theatre Academy, Fredrikstad, Norway
2012: “Around the world #2”, FLUXEE Performance Festival, Turku, Finland
2011: “Around the world #1”, Live Action 11 Performance Festival, Guangzhou, China

 

Performance productions

2021 – 2022: “Mindestens haltbar bis” (best before)
Performance production based on ‘acted images’ (agierte Bilder), directed by BBB Johannes Deimling with 7 actors, Volkstheater, Statetheatre, Karlsruhe, Germany
8 showings

2019 – 2020: “Future Shock”
Performance production based on ‘enacted images’ (agierte Bilder), directed by BBB Johannes Deimling with 4 actors, Stellwerk – young theatre, Weimar, Germany
9 showings

2018 – 2019: “some feel the rain, others get wet”
Performance production based on ’enacted images’ (agierte Bilder), directed by BBB Johannes Deimling with 16 actors, theatre young generation, Dresden, Germany
16 showings

“COLORBLIND” (2016 – 2024)
Since 2016 I have been working with the concept of the “visual choir”. I create visual, choreographic situations in which I work with an ensemble of interested people. “COLORBLIND” uses a simple structure by equating all members of the ensemble, creating a complex visual result.

2024: “colorblind XIV”, Talent Campus, Jugend Kunstschule, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany
2023: “colorblind XIII”, ECHT JETZT Performance Art Festival, Tübingen, Germany
2023: “colorblind XII”, ECHT JETZT Performance Art Festival, Reutlingen, Germany
2018: “colorblind XI”, Hygienemuseum, Dresden, Germany
2018: “colorblind X”, Museum for contemporary art, Leipzig, Germany
2017: “colorblind IX”, Streitfeld Projectspace, Munich, Germany
2017: “colorblind VIII”, TJG – Theatre Young Generation, Dresden, Germany
2017: “colorblind VII”, Albertinum, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, Germany
2017: “colorblind VI”, Trinitatis Kirche, Dresden, Germany
2017: “colorblind V”, Academy of Fine Art, Łódź, Poland
2017: “colorblind IV”, Bat Yam, Israel
2017: “colorblind III”, Liceum Plastyczne im. Piotra Potworowskiego w Poznaniu, Poznan, Poland
2017: “colorblind II”, HKU – Hogeschoolen for de Kunsten, Utrecht, Netherlands
2016: “colorblind I”, KiHO – National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, Norway

Funding institutions (selection)
Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen, Germany
Goethe Institute in Lisbon, Portugal; Tallinn, Estonia; Guangzhou, China; Tirana, Albania
Culture Moves Europe by Goethe Institute, Brussels, Belgium
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Tirana, Albania; Copenhagen, Denmark
European Cultural Commission, Brussels, Belgium
Canada Council for the Arts, Canada
Première Ovation, Quebec, Canada
Arts Council Norway, Norway

Art & Education

Transfer of experience
“For over 20 years BBB Johannes Deimling invests much of his artistic research into the teaching and learning of performance processes, which is for him “a performative act itself” and part of his artistic practice. At the age of 27, he got his first teaching position for Performance Art and counts since then as a pioneer and specialist in this field. His didactic interest is to extract learning tools and experiences from performance artworks and make them available for artists, art students, and as well as teenagers. “Not everybody needs to get a performance artist”, but to understand performance art processes is a vital knowledge that can inspire oneself, life, society, and all other art forms. His teaching philosophy on performance art includes aspects of sculpture, installation, drawing, photography, video, dance, poetry, theatre, architecture, music, … which makes his educational work flexible and distinct.”

Teaching experience – employments

2024: Academy for Teacher Training, Dillingen, Germany
Since 2018: Teacher for performance art, Esbjerg Kulturskole, cross-discipline department, Esbjerg, Demark
2017 – 2018: Artist in residence, TAK – Theatre Academy, tjg. – theatre young generation, Dresden, Germany
2016 – 2020: Teacher for performance art, HKU – Hogeschoolen for de Kunsten, department of fine arts, Utrecht, Netherlands
2011 – 2016: Associate professor for performance art, NTA – Norwegian Theatre Academy, Østfold University College, Fredrikstad, Norway
1997 – 2011: Teacher for performance art, F+F – School for Art and Mediadesign, Zürich, Switzerland
Since 2008: Teacher for performance art, Institute for Art and Pedagogy, TU-Dresden, Germany
Since 2008: Founder and artistic director of PAS | Performance Art Studies
2004 – 2019: Teacher for performance art, Estonian Academy for the Arts, Tallinn, Estonia
2003 – 2005: Teacher for performance art at KLiP – art and learning in the process, school project, supported by the association for the arts and education of Germany, Berlin, Germany.

Selected Masterclasses

2024: University of Education, Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany
2023: Academy of Fine Art, Łódź, Poland
2023: UDK – Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany
2022: Faculty of Intermedia, Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, Poland

2021: Haverford College, Philadelphia, US
2021: Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts, Tel Aviv, Israel
2021: Academy of Media Arts, Cologne, Germany
2020: Esbjerg Kulturskole, cross-discipline department, Esbjerg, Demark
2020: Musrara, Multidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Jerusalem, Israel
2019: Minerva Art Academy, fine art department, Groningen, Netherlands
2019: University of Arts, fine art and theatre department, Tirana, Albania
2018: Esbjerg Kulturskole, cross-discipline department, Esbjerg, Demark
2017: Musrara, Multidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Jerusalem, Israel
2017: HKU – Hogeschoolen for de Kunsten, department of fine arts, Utrecht, Netherlands
2016: Estonian Art Academy, fine art department, Tallinn, Estonia
2016: KiHO – National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, Norway
2016: HKU – Hogeschoolen for de kunsten, department of scenography, Utrecht, Netherlands
2014: Athens School of Fine Arts, fine art department, Athens, Greece
2013: Art University, fine art department, Nicosia, Cyprus
2012: Willem de Kooning Academy, fine art department, Rotterdam, Netherlands
2012: Alberta College for Art and Design, fine art department, Calgary, Canada
2012: SMAK – Satakunta University for Applied Sciences, live art department, Kankaanpää, Finland
2011: Art Academy, fine art department and photography, Guangzhou, China
2010: Theatre Academy, live art department, Helsinki, Finland
2009: NTA – Norwegian Theatre Academy, scenography department, Fredrikstad, Norway
2008: Art Academy, fine art and ceramic department, Mainz, Germany
2007: Bezalel – school of the arts, fine art department, Jerusalem, Israel
2006: HfBK – Art Academy, fine art department, Leipzig, Germany
2006: HfG – University for Design and Art, fine art department, Karlsruhe, Germany
2005: Universidad Politécnica, fine art department, Valencia, Spain
2004: The University of Regina, fine art department, Regina, Canada

PAS | Performance Art Studies

“On January 8th, 2008 BBB Johannes Deimling founded PAS | Performance Art Studies based on his teaching experiences and own artistic work. He is since then the artistic director of the art & education research project and has realized over 70 research studies with over 1300 international art students and artists in over 30 countries.

PAS | Performance Art Studies is an independent educational research project that is offering intensive studies to people interested in performance art. The study’s aim is to provide the participants with a comprehensive form of learning and teaching in process of performance art. The courses are practical and theoretical research studies examining performance production, perception, and documentation.”

PAS | Performance Art Studies (selection)

2024: PAS #88 | “Mind Your Step”, Mannheim, Germany
2023: PAS #86 | “Absurdity – the hole in rationality”, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
2023: PAS #85 | “Fragment”, Esbjerg, Denmark
2023: PAS #82 | “Intesified Dialouge”, Leipzig, Germany
2022: PAS #80 | “Course of action”, Nijmegen, Netherlands
2022: PAS #79 | “In every empty bottle is a story”, Quebec, Canada
2022: PAS #76 | “Distorted Horizons”, Kraków, Poland
2021: PAS #75 | “Course of action”, Esbjerg, Denmark
2021: PAS #73 | “SITE-SEEING”, Görlitz/Zgorzelec, Germany/Poland
2020: PAS #71 | “Which side is the right site?”, Görlitz/Zgorzelec, Germany/Poland
2020: PAS #70 | “Between the lines”, Rehlovice, Czechia
2019: PAS #68 | “CREAKING WOODEN FISH”, Oslo, Norway
2019: PAS #66 | “If I were in your place”, Cañada del Hoyo, Spain
2019: PAS #65 | “Your perception may not be my reality”, Berlin, Germany
2019: PAS #62 | “Course of action”, Tallinn, Estonia
2018: PAS #60 | “Aging as an action”, Oslo, Norway
2017: PAS #55 | “DUEL”, The Hague, Netherlands
2017: PAS #54 | “On the border of perception grow amazing flowers”, Lódz, Poland
2017: PAS #53 | “IN-DUST-REAL”, Bat Yam, Israel
2016: PAS #51 | “Critical reflection”, Venice, Italy
2016: PAS #49 | “Neighbourhood”, Bratislava, Slovakia
2016: PAS #47 | “ICON”, Vienna, Austria
2015: PAS #44 | “I know the smell, but I don’t remember”, Poznan, Poland
2015: PAS #38 | “Places of duration”, Athens, Greece
2014: PAS #35 | “Resistance”, Kaunas, Lithuania
2013: PAS #34 | “Alphabet 2”, Fredrikstad, Norway
2013: PAS #32 | “Absurdity”, Berlin, Germany
2012: PAS #27 | “After Image”, Berlin, Germany
2012: PAS #26 | “Object trouve”, Rotterdam, Netherlands
2012: PAS #24 | “Themomentwhenanappleistooheavyandhastofalldowntotheground”, Calgary, Canada
2011: PAS #22 | “What is important?”, Guangzhou, China
2011: PAS #19 | “Intensified dialogues”, Piortykow Trybunalski, Poland
2009: PAS #13 | “New Era”, Prague, Czechia
2009: PAS #11 | “GLOBAL COMMUNICATION”, Radom, Poland
2009: PAS #8 | “Performance Art – a tool for social action”, Belgrade, Serbia
2008: PAS #5 | “What is important?”, Toronto, Canada
2008: PAS #4 | “URBAN DISORDER”, Marseille, France

Publications (selection)

2024: “Inszenierte Tischsequenzen – Eat me for dinner”, catalog, text contribution, published by Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Germany
2021: “Are there places without spaces?”, process publication of PAS #73 “SITE-SEEING”, 594 pages, published by PAS | Performance Art Studies
2020: “Handlung zeigen”, reference book, text contribution, published by BDK Fachverband für Kunstpädagogik, (ISSN: 0005-2981) Hannover, Germany
2019: “Act.Move.Perform.”, reference book, text contribution, published by Marie-Luise Lange, [ISBN: 978-3-946320-20-3], fabrico verlag, Hannover, Germany
2019: “Poetry”, publication of the PAS online class, 70 pages, published by PAS | Performance Art Studies
2019: “Honey for the mind, process publication of PAS #66 “if I were in your place”, 546 pages, published by PAS | Performance Art Studies
2019: “Intertwining body“, process publication of PAS #65 “your perception may not be my reality”, 534 pages, published by PAS | Performance Art Studies
2017: “Bildnerische Etüden”, KUNST+UNTERRICHT Nr. 409/410, reference journal, text contribution, published by Friedrich Verlag, [ISSN: 0931-7112], Seelze, Germany
2017: “PERFORMANCE ART EDUCATION – KUNSTPÄDAGOGISCHE KNOTENPUNKTE 03”, reference book, text contribution, published by Burg Giebichenstein (Sara Burkhardt and Antje Dudek) [ISBN 978-3-86019126-2], Germany
2017: “Pflegedinge – Materialitäten in Pflege und Care”, reference book, text contribution, published by transcript [ISBN 978-3-8376-3841-7], Germany
2017: ‘Performance Artists Workbook – on teaching and learning performance art”, reference book, text contribution, published by the Theatre Academy Helsinki (Pilvi Porkola), [978-952-7218-10-5], Helsinki, Finland
2015: “Performative Kreativität”, reference book, text contribution, by Ines Seumel, published by Kopaed, [ISBN 978-3-86736-434-8], Munich, Germany
2013: “METAMUZEUM”, reference book, text contribution, published by Prof. Artur Tajber and the national science center, [ISBN: 978-83-62321-14-8], Krakow, Poland
2013: “Orte performative erschließen”, KUNST+UNTERRICHT Nr. 374/375, reference journal, text contribution, published by Friedrich Verlag, [ISSN: 0931-7112], Seelze, Germany
2012: “Never or Now”, catalogue, text contribution, published by Revolver Verlag, [ISBN: 978-3-86895-186-8], Berlin, Germany
2009: “Eating the universe”, exhibition catalogue, text contribution, 312 pages, published by Dumont Buchverlag, [ISBN: 978-3-8321-9240-2], Köln, Germany
2008: “Performativität erfahren. Aktionskunst lehren – Aktionskunst lernen”, reference book, text contribution, 248 pages, published by Marie-Luise Lange, [ISBN: 3-937895-42-6], Berlin, Germany