She She Pop – Mehr als sieben Schwestern
Much has happened since the founding of the feminist performance collective She She Pop, both in terms of feminism and the development of post-dramatic theatre. Both belong together for the internationally renowned “women’s group of seven women and one man”. Working as a collective became a forward-looking model for this and still forms the prerequisite for constantly trying out new forms of cooperation and breaking down clichés. Shame, Shame, Shame! – where many look the other way, that’s where it gets interesting for She She Pop.
With an introductory essay by Annett Gröschner, an interview with She She Pop by Aenne Quiñones, conversations with long-time collaborators, numerous illustrations and an up-to-date catalogue raisonné.
The series Postdramatic Theatre in Portraits is dedicated to the development of a new theatre aesthetic since the 1990s. The history of actors of postdramatic theatre in the German-speaking world is told for the first time in the form of monographs. The editors of the series are Florian Malzacher, Aenne Quiñones and Kathrin Tiedemann.
A publication series of the Kunststiftung NRW at Alexander Verlag Berlin.