Maíra Wiener is a dramaturge, performer and theater maker with a bachelor’s and teaching degree in theater (UDESC-BR) and a master’s study in Comparative Dramaturgy and Performance Research (Goethe University Frankfurt/Hessian Theater Academy & Université Libre de Bruxelles). She was a founding member to the groups Sujeito Coletivo Cênico and Coletivo Urucubaca, with which she worked between 2012 and 2016 in Florianópolis, developing plays and performances. Currently her main focus are participative art projects in rural areas. Since 2019 she lives in Graben-Neudorf, where she develops artistic research and socially engaged performances. Her relationship to art in rural spaces began in 2015, when she led performative projects in the small town of Garopaba, Brazil, where she partly grew up. Since 2020 she has also been working with the project “Matchbox”, which invites international artists to rural areas in the Rhine-Neckar region to develop artistic pr ojects of all disciplines in collaboration with local communities.
Let’s talk about post-migrant theatre! [ENGLISH_ENGLISCH]
Maíra Wiener (Master Dramaturgy Frankfurt) “Post-migrant theater in rural areas? Thoughts on chances and challenges” Antigone Akgün (MA – HTA) “Theater of Speechlessness? Who speaks – what he*she speaks – how he*she speaks determines who hears – what he*she hears – how he*she hears.” REVIVAL (Room 1)