Presse


Theatre Scholar Christel Weiler (Research Centre Interweaving Performance Cultures of Freie Universität Berlin) on Earthport: "...the experience resonated and stayed with me as it did with others who went through this particular process. These encounters resisted being consumed and this is what made them so remarkable. They bore the potential for becoming the basis for further encounters, for interweaving cultures beyond the theater space. They left traces and inaugurated a different kind of politics: against representation and for meeting the other becoming a work of art...This is how interweaving should take place at the moment – as this would also open up a different European perspective." December 2016



Prof. of theatre Fadi Skeiker's article on his experience in Earthport at Theatre times: "Every single moment the spectator is encountering the performer; each moment is loaded with expectations, anguish, and potential: The potential to be part of an aesthetic experience instead of merely observing one. The potential to enter an emotional territory within the self, a territory that might be buried, forgotten, or overlooked. The potential to witness an act that will transform the experience and move it from locality to universality. The potential to flip our expectations, and to replace labeling with empathy and understanding. " September 2016 Full article: http://www.thetheatretimes.com/my-journey-in-earthport/



Interview -
Debatte "Critical Whiteness"

Weiß, Macht, Schwarz von Enrico Ippolito und Jasmin Kalarickal, taz (23.05.2013)
Über die Performance "blank2: ich weiß" von meet MIMOSA.


Interview -Sendereihe "DRAUFSICHT" des Offenen Kanals Alex"Critical Whiteness" (Staffel 3, Folge 6, von 08.04.2013) Über die Performance "blank2: ich weiß" von meet MIMOSA.




Buchveröffentlichung- Philipp Khabo Koepsells Text aus blank:wer_weiß? erscheint in dem Buch "Afro-Shop" , eine Sammlung lyrischer und grafischer Werke junger afrodeutscher Kunst- und Literaturschaffender, mit einem Foto der Performance von Carmen Romero.