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Ihre erste Rolle hatte sie als junge Jilly unter der Regie von Luc Bondy in Edward Bonds Theaterstück Die See. Mehrfach arbeitete sie während dieser Zeit mit Ingmar Bergman , der mit ihr unter anderem die Stücke Tartuffe , Nora und Yvonne, Prinzessin von Burgund inszenierte.
Daneben war sie auch in Hans Lietzaus Shakespeare-Inszenierung König Lear zu sehen. Noch während ihrer Arbeit am Residenztheater bekam Russek ihre erste Fernsehrolle.
Sie spielte in der Folge Tod der Kolibris der ZDF-Krimiserie Derrick an der Seite von Hans Stetter dessen Ehefrau Gubeck. Auch Ingmar Bergman, der mit ihr einige Theaterstücke inszenierte, besetzte sie in seinem Filmdrama Aus dem Leben der Marionetten als Mordopfer Katarina Krafft.
Seither spielte Russek in verschiedenen weiteren Film- und Fernsehproduktionen mit. Im Juli wirkte sie erstmals in der ARD-Krimireihe Tatort mit.
In Uwe Schraders Sierra Leone spielte sie eine alte Schulfreundin der Hauptfigur Fred Christian Redl. In der ARD-Vorabendkrimiserie Der Fahnder spielte sie von bis die wiederkehrende Serienrolle der Elli.
In dem in den letzten Kriegstagen in Berlin spielenden Filmdrama … nächste Woche ist Frieden nach dem gleichnamigen Buch von Peter Steinbach verkörperte sie an der Seite von Ulrich Mühe die resolute Mietshausbewohnerin Tatjana Zeitler.
Von bis spielte sie an der Seite von Dietz-Werner Steck alias Kommissar Ernst Bienzle dessen Freundin Hannelore Schmiedinger. Seit Mai verkörpert sie an der Seite von Leonard Lansink ab der zweiten Folge die Hauptkommissarin Anna Springer des Morddezernats Münsters in der ZDF-Samstagskrimireihe Wilsberg.
Für zwei im Jahr entstandene Folgen Ins Gesicht geschrieben und Bielefeld 23 , die in Bielefeld spielen, musste Russek seitens des Senders eine Zwangspause einlegen, was bei ihr für Verärgerung sorgte.
In Ein Vater zum Verlieben spielte sie als Claudia Brosche eine untreue Ehefrau, die aber auch umgekehrt von ihrem Mann gespielt von Dieter Pfaff mit einer anderen Frau betrogen wurde.
In der Fernsehkomödie Alter vor Schönheit übernahm sie an der Seite von Fritz Wepper die Rolle der Journalistin Vera Lichtenberg. Design by Katharina Tauer.
English pages 19 x To gather. Collate, col-, act, collect. Glue together, colla, collaborate. Colour in, colorarlo, collaborare. Labour together. To gather together.
Colander together. During our collaborative residency hosted by Progetto in Lecce, three practitioners have shared five-hundred hours together exploring Lecce town and the surrounding Salento region.
Based on Maxwell T. Master's "Vegetable Teratology: An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants" , the colouring book examines the morphological potential of vegetables and fruits, plants and flowers.
It gathers a selection of full-page botanical illustrations, a glossary, and a short text by Robin Watkins. The historical images once served to outline notions of what was to be considered acceptable growth behaviour; now they take on a new role by subtly embracing the aberration of form in its various colourations and questioning what is normal about normalcy.
In Lecce, this new publication is shared with the public in a two-fold launch event, including—on 18 October—a first intervention kindly hosted by the local cultural centre Le Maniffature Knos during the weekly, self-organized organic farmer's market taking place there each Friday night.
At Progetto itself, the Vegetable Teratology Colouring Book is also the centerpiece of a one-off shelf structure set up to hold a material archive gathered throughout the time of the residency and laid out alongside a selection of publications from K.
In the light-flooded rooms of the palazzo housing Progetto, this multifarious structure is merely one part of an exhibition opening on 19 October that furthermore includes a series of sculptural assemblages by artist Nina Canell, made on-site with found objects and primary materials such as clay and stone.
Often using location-specific conditions, Canell's installations respond to heat or moisture, calling for presence to replace form in sculpture.
In the context of the joint residency—focusing on the deviation and contour of things as they come together or fall apart—Canell's assemblages echo themes raised by the Vegetable Teratology Colouring Book by emphasizing material agency and sculptural process.
With extra special thanks to Jamie Sneider Progetto , Enrico Tramecere Terraje Ceramiche , and Cesare Papaleo. For much of this year, I've been daydreaming about an "escape" to Southern Italy at the end of the summer and was planning to go to Matera in Basilicata, where dear friend and collaborator Armin Linke was going to have his exhibition as part of the European Capital of Culture program.
Such joy then when Nina Canell and Robin Watkins invited me to embark on a joint artist residency at Jamie Sneider's beautiful art space Progetto in Lecce Puglia.
We spent some weeks meeting and learning from local artisans and organic agriculturists and food activists—in between exploring the many fantastic beaches of course and the endless indulgence in dishes and wines.
At the end of the time, we launched a publication we produced together and which I published through K. Fittingly to our themes and experience, we first presented the publication by mingling with the sellers of the weekly, self-organized organic farmer's night market at Lecce cultural center Le Maniffature Knos.
But it also became the centerpiece of a K. Verlag library installation at Progetto itself see post above. And, in the end, I even traveled to Matera where I was delighted to see many of the photographs Armin Linke and Giulia Bruno took on our trips through Borneo and Sumatra in as part of the truly phenomenal exhibition "Blind Sensorium.
The problem with coloring books is that they seem to be more about filling time rather than a page. As abstract illustrations they function as an exploration into morphological occurrences, rejecting the goal-oriented, the figurative, and the categorical.
Time then to draw out the possible colors of fruit to come. Verlag in October While forest fires have been raging in Amazonia, Indonesia, the Arctic, and many other regions worldwide, my two-day seminar will focus on the archetypal role of plants for life on earth.
We will discuss the concept of the "forest" philosophically and biologically as a concept for multiplicity, diversity, and reciprocity. Unpacking the meaning of the "Anthropocene" as a species concept with limited ability to capture the capitalist-extractivist dynamics that have produced the current ecological crisis, we will explore alternative terminologies centering specifically on human-plant relations—including the "Plantationocene" as suggested by Donna Haraway, Jason Moore, and Anna Tsing and the "Planthroposcene" as suggested by Natasha Myers and colleagues.
Throughout the seminar, we will counterpoint our theoretical work with examinations of curatorial, editorial, artistic, and writerly methodologies dealing with our subject matter in a manner of lived, ethico-aesthetic practices.
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Institut Kunst Freilager-Platz 1 CH Basel institut-kunst.
This September, K. Verlag is among the 12 invited publishers presenting their work in the Salon of the art berlin in the building of the former Tempelhof airport.
Within the curatorial field, the question of hospitality is such a crucial one. I felt immensely honored to receive an invitation to travel to Finland for the first time and, "quite simply," be a guest of the Gathering and attendant program put together with great care by the team around Jussi Koitela and Yvonne Billimore of Frame.
Excited for a dense week of events and meeting new and old friends! In June, the jury selected our book and today we will celebrate together with other publishers, designers, authors, etc.
Berlin: Sternberg Press, August Our workshop starts with observations around the move of Edigio Marzona's extensive collection from his private home in Berlin-Charlottenburg to a purpose built museum space in the capital of Saxony.
We look forward to an inspiring week, especially meeting our participants, Arnika Ahldag, Eva Bentcheva, Gulzat Egemberdieva, Anna Harezlak, Luidmila Kirsanova, and Ayman Nahle — and of course all of the other people part of the gathering as well!
I am proud to publish Paulo Tavares contribution to the exhibition Bauhaus imaginista, "Des-Habitat"; the project is a graphic-textual intervention by Paulo Tavares into Lina Bo Bardi's magazine "Habitat" that reads like a thriller.
Texts include an essay by Paulo Tavares and a preface by curator Marion von Osten. More info over at K. Bauhaus imaginista 15 March — 10 June Haus der Kulturen der Welt John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10 D Berlin.
In early March, I'll be returning once again to the BFA students of the Art Institute in Basel. Last time, some in my group found they had learnt quite enough now about the eco crisis On the reading list: Naomi Klein, Bruno Latour, Geoff Mann, and Alexis Shotwell.
Looking forward! Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Institut Kunst Freilager-Platz 1 CH Basel.
Here, eight Berlin-based collectives from the scenes of art, culture, and activism work with more than 80 international participants to develop transdisciplinary, decolonial, and anti-hegemonic strategies in relation to data-based knowledge, translation, archives, and embodied infrastructures.
The outcome of this collaborative research process will be a global yet partial taxonomy of the technologies of human exceptionalism in museological culture past and present.
Looking forward to my invitation to the interdisciplinary MA studio class by Giampiero Caiti and Kobe Matthys. All welcome, I think, but event starts at 9 AM!
Every intervention by a guest speaker is followed by a panel discussion with invited respondents. In my session I will discuss a series of recent research and projects including the exhibition "Disappearing Legacies: The World as Forest.
The aspiration to dominate nature was intrinsic to imperial demonstrations of power that, as evidence of their superiority, sought to conquer and tame far away landscapes inhabited by exoticized humans and non-humans.
The impressive amount of ethnographic objects, plants and animals collected—or rather, amassed and appropriated—over the centuries built the foundation for natural history museums as well as botanical gardens and zoos across Europe.
This panel sets to explore how imperial ecological legacies and narratives reverberate in the Capitalocene.
Moving beyond imperial hi stories that centre on the human experience, we find it crucial to contextualize imperial trajectories in environmental destruction and violence by extending our attention to the increasingly precarious livelihoods of nonhuman actors.
The panel stimulates debate on how 'nature' remembers and provides us with rich archives that may enlighten our understanding of how institutions, practices, and ethics that originated under imperialism e.
Empires of Memory Research Group Max Planck Institute for the Study of Ethnic and Religious Diversity Göttingen, Germany.
The third iteration of the exhibition is approaching fast! Seven contributors will speak about their work in the book: performance scholar Allen Weiss on the history of art as an itinerant, speculative exhibition; artist duo Pejvak on the border work of Armenian political economic realities; artist Tania Willard on Indigenous land practices born out of a lived connection to the land; and activist Tom Keefer and lawyer Adrienne Telford with D.
Cochrane on Indigenous solidarity work and the struggle for justice. The event takes place at: Petro Canada Park Southdown Rd. Mississauga, ON Canada.
A new K. Find out more about the book via the link below! Tsutserova, Etienne Turpin, and Adriano Wilfert Jensen; including facsimile reproductions of selected letters between Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger.
German translations by Herwig Engelmann; English translations by Kevin Kennedy and Andrew Shields. Every year, the Warden of Goldsmiths, University of London, distributes a series of Public Engagement Awards in three main categories.
Our researchers worked with organisations like the BFI, the Labour Party, the Zoological Museum Hamburg and Parliament to engage diverse audiences through film, performance, art and citizen science.
There was a real sense that researchers, partners and the public benefited from this work, demonstrating how research in the arts, humanities, social sciences and computing can create positive change in the world.
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of the nominees, whose work with the public is a real asset to Goldsmiths and an example to our community, and beyond.
One-hundred sixty years after the publication of the theory of evolution by natural selection, this ambitious exhibition departs from the expeditions of naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace in the 19th century to examine the current destruction of rainforests in Southeast Asia and South America.
The artistic positions and curatorial assemblages renounce a romantic image of untouched nature, and instead critically inquire into the legacies resulting from the relentless destruction of highly complex ecosystems.
In addition to contemporary art, zoological and botanical objects from the collections of the Humboldt-University and the University of Hamburg can also be seen.
Many inherited images of nature are no longer adequate given the realities of mass extinction, anthropogenic climate change, and deforestation. Have current forms of land use transformation, ecological disturbance, and species extermination produced a troubled new natural history?
The discursive program "How on Earth? For events taking place during the Long Night of Science 9 June, 17—24h00 and the Long Night of the Museums 25 August, 18—2h00 separate tickets for the Long Nights are required.
Photo by Michael Pfisterer]. During the final week of the exhibition, we have the privilege to host Anna Tsing for an evening lecture inside "The World as Forest" in Hamburg!
Inspired by her recent travels to the Raja Ampat islands of West Papua in Indonesia, Prof. Tsing has proposed to share new reflections animated by the birdwatching she did together with foreign ornithologists and locals in "the land of the birds of paradise" as Wallace described the area.
In the abstract of her talk she asks, "How might quite different kinds of people appreciate birds? And in what ways do birds appreciate or refuse the attentions of people?
Anna Tsing's lecture "The Sociality of Birds: Reflections on Ontological Edge Effects" promises to be a memorable evening and no doubt a highlight of this first iteration of the exhibition before we will take it to Berlin opening 26 April.
By Yulia Bereshpolova, December Doors of the exhibition open at 17h On Friday, Timespan will host a day of talks and workshops.
A cross-disciplinary roundtable session will consider particular issues associated with the communication and interpretation of Deep Time subjects — what methods can we employ to overcome the perceived unknowability of distant pasts and futures?
Other presenters include Gavin McGregor, Nashin Mahtani, and Sam Nightingale; plus a new solo exhibition by artist Gair Dunlop and a screening of the film "Trace Evidence" by Susan Schuppli.
On Saturday, participants can engage with the land through field trips dealing with the region's nuclear infrastructures, peatlands, and deep time archaeology, respectively.
Each edition of the annual Leeds artists book fair takes place under the motto of a specific theme.
In , this overarching theme is "The Library. Turning to anti-capitalist, anti-racist, and anti-capitalist methodologies, she will highlight the need for a new politics of the possible and a politics of lives that matter.
See you there! One more time before going on holiday until the new year I will give a tour of the exhibition at CeNak. Join me at 14h00 in the foyer of the museum!
From 10 November to 29 March , the exhibition Verschwindende Vermächtnisse: Die Welt als Wald confronts the destructions of these tropical ecosystems in the context of the Anthropocene and mass extinction.
A hybrid between thematic exhibition and art exhibition, this intervention in the Zoological Museum Hamburg at Centrum für Naturkunde CeNak , University of Hamburg, Verschwindende Vermächtnisse presents 13 contemporary works of art—including 8 new commissions—alongside a selection of rare zoological and botanical objects.FREE Background Report. Check Reputation Score for Anna Springer in Lima, OH - View Criminal & Court Records | Photos | Address, Email & Phone Number | Personal Review | $10 - $19, Income & Net Worth. Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Award Winner, Recipient of UCSD Chancellor's Associates Faculty Excellence Award UCSD Hellman Fellow Writing of Fiction, Hybrid Forms, and Graphic Texts Anna Joy Springer received her M.F.A in Literary Arts from Brown University. View the profiles of people named Anna Springer. Join Facebook to connect with Anna Springer and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. Visit Anna Kay Springer's agent profile on Hamner Real Estate, LLC. Anna Kay Springer works out of the Tuscaloosa office and can be contacted at () ANNA JOY SPRINGER, is a queer femme visual artist, performer, and cross-genre writer working with the sacred, perverse, hilarious and slmetro.com is the author of The Vicious Red Relic, Love (Jaded Ibis, ), an illustrated fabulist memoir with soundscape, and The Birdwisher, A Murder Mystery for Very Old Young Adults (Birds of Lace, ). See what Anna Springer (annabanana89) found on Pinterest, the home of the world's best ideas. View Anna Springer’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Anna has 7 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Anna’s Title: Manager at Lil Starts Farm and . Here, Anna-Sophie Springer will present a keynote drawing on recent work that aims to create sustained conversations about the future of “natural history” through exhibition-led enquiry bringing together natural history collections and contemporary art. To gather. HKW — Haus der Kulturen der Welt John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10 D Berlin. Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Institut Kunst Freilager-Platz 1 CH Basel institut-kunst. Huge congratulations to everyone involved and especially proud since it's the second national design award K. In der ARD-Vorabendkrimiserie Der Fahnder spielte sie von bis die wiederkehrende Serienrolle der Elli. I felt immensely honored to receive an invitation to travel to Finland for the first time and, "quite simply," be a guest of the Gathering and attendant program put together with great care by the team around Jussi Koitela and Yvonne Billimore of Frame. Ihre erste Rolle hatte sie als junge Jilly unter der Regie von Luc Hartz Aber Herzlich Rostock in Edward Bonds Theaterstück Serien Best Of See. I am proud to publish Paulo Tavares contribution to the exhibition Bauhaus imaginista, "Des-Habitat"; the project is a graphic-textual intervention by Paulo Tavares into Lina Bo Bardi's magazine "Habitat" that reads like a thriller. The seminar is an introduction to applied critical thinking with a focus on more-than-human entanglements and ecological urgencies of our times. We are most grateful for this fantastic recognition. Colour in, colorarlo, collaborare. Verlag and Haus der Kulturen der Welt and was Unfriended Dark Web Deutsch possible by the Schering Stiftung. Fermi I Ispra.