bettina frenzel

Born in Belgium. Study of photography at the Höhere Graphische Bundes- Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt, photographer since 1993, special interest in dance/theater/performances. Since inner space/outer space 2004 she has collaborated with Doris Stelzer. Collaboration with musician Uli Soyka/PAN TAU-X records. Exhibitions: Gegenbewegung, Otto-Wagner-Pavillon at Karlsplatz, Vienna 2000, permanent exhibition Theater zum Fürchten, Vienna 2001, Turbulenz, Schloss Neschwitz, Deutschland, Theater am Spittelberg, Vienna 2003, flügel:schlagen, Kosmos Theater 2006. Danse Fugitive, Festspielhaus St.Pölten 2009.

josep caballero garcia

Born in Barcelona, Spain, lives in Berlin. He studied contemporary dance in Barcelona at the Institut del Teatre, at the CNDC d'Angers and at the Folkwang School in Essen. Education as a Pilates trainer at Pilateslab-Berlin. Since 1994 projects with Pina Bausch, Urs Dietrich, Toula Limnaios, Daniel Goldin, Henrietta Horn and most recently with Raffaela Galdi. Own work including "NN", "Ameisen in mir", "Bye bye baby" and "Shall we?". He is currently working on a new piece called "Rib-Strategien" (working title).  Collaboration with Doris Stelzer in views in process, 2008.


mariella greil

Born in Upper Austria. Mariella studied at EDDC/ HKA and the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. She performed among others with Boris Charmatz, Meg Stuart, Frans Poelstra, Barbara Kraus, Nik Haffner, Sonja Augart and Kerstin Kussmaul. Her own work contains performances, tableaux vivantes, installations and collaborations, exploring the different dimensions of relationality in contemporary choreography. She has initiated various research- and labprojects  – recently at Prisma Forum Mexico - and is part of the Performance Matters Research Cluster hosted by LADA, Goldsmith and Roehampton. She is a visiting lecturer at Roehampton University London / Dance and Performance Studies, where she received a PhD studentship. 2006 and 2007 she received the danceWEB scholarship and 2008 the scholarship for dance of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, the Arts and Culture. She is advisory board member for moves – movement on screen festival, an active member of the London Sound Artists Working Group and of the artists’ initiative Sweet and Tender Collaboration.

werner moebius

Born in Innsbruck, Austria, lives in Vienna/A and London/UK. He works with sounds, beats and files in the context of audio culture, sonic and intermedia art in between conceptualism, contemporary composition, electroacoustic improvisation, electronica and pop. International projects, performances and intermedia collaborations with artists from different areas. For his work Werner Moebius has received various awards and grants including the Music Award of the City Vienna 2003, Award of the Sussmann Foundation Vienna 2005 and the scholarship of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, the Arts and Culture for Chicago and Mexiko City.

lieve de pourcq

Born in Belgium, studied at P.A.R.T.S. She received the danceWEB scholarship in 2003 and 2006. Nominated as young dancer to watch 2006, and outstanding dancer 2008, both Ballettanz Yearbook. Participant in the Choreographers‘ Venture with Frans Poelstra and Robert Steijn at ImPulsTanz 2005. Collaborations with Laiika 2008, De Maan Puppet Theatre 2006 - 2009, Christine Gaigg 2007 – 2009 and 2004, Oleg Soulimenko 2006, Martina Ruhsam 2006 and Leslie Mannes 2005. Own work: Bremskraft, Stückwerk at Tanzquartier Wien 2005, with The Kissinsky Family, Tell Me & WhoIs, brut imagetanz 2008, in jouw schoenen for De Maan Puppet Theatre 2009. Lieve de Pourcq and Doris Stelzer are working together since 2005 (a.o. microscopiv view 2005, shifted views – extended 2007, bodies resituated and gender jungle – wo/man in 2009).


gabriel schenker

Born in the US and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In Brazil he joined Cia. Deborah Colker from 2001 to 2003 and toured extensively. Since 2003 he lives in Brussels, from 2004 until 2008 he studied at P.A.R.T.S., where he collaborated as performer with Alexandra Bachzetsis, Rosas and Thomas Hauert. In 2008 he formed the collective Busy Rocks together with four other artists. More info at:


ondrej vidlar

Born in the Czech Republic, trained in different dance disciplines such as: latin dances, modern and contemporary dance. He danced in the dance theater Studio tanca / Slovakia from 2002 to 2004. In 2008 he graduated in P.A.R.T.S., where he collaborated with international choreographers a.o.: Julian Hamilton, Thomas Hauert and Mia Lawrence. Currently he works as a freelance dancer, performer and collaborator on different projects in Moscow, Hamburg, Vienna, New York and Brussels. He is a part of MONKEY PRODUCTION in Moscow with Olga Dukhovnnaya, worked for Belgium based company “As Palavras” of Claudio Bernardo and collaborated with choreographers such as: Milka Djordjevich and Robin Jonsson and with Doris Stelzer since 2008.