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The Low Down on the Fieber Festival

Fieber Festival is dedicated solely to Latin American, Portuguese and Spanish women artists with residence in Berlin happening this week, October 5th to 8th at the Pfefferberg, Schönhauser Allee 176, 10119, Mitte. With more than 40 artists, this year’s edition will have its largest count of performers and artists since it started six years ago. Combining theater, photography, Video-Art, live performance, dance, literature, music, installation art, and cinema, the Fieber Festival is one of the most ambitious projects to find, compared to what the La Biennale di Venezia is on a world scale.

The Latin population of Berlin, according to a survey from 2011, is of 5%, (including Spaniards, Italians, Portuguese and, Latin Americans). This number may seem low, but it represents the second largest community in the city, only surpassed by the Arabs. But this was six years ago, before the largest migration wave from Latin countries that it is still happening.

On a biannual basis, Fieber Festival started on 2011 with little more than 30 artists and has been growing since up to the point to be kicking in more than well in Berlin. Back then, there was only a fistful of artists meeting the requirements of the Fieber that could be part of it. Today, that number has significantly changed making the Fieber Festival one of the starlets of October’s cultural offer.

This year’s Fieber Festival will feature:

ART

Barbara Richter – Brasil / Brasilien

Karmen Kraft – España / Spanien

Duna Rolando – Argentina / Argentinien

Lucero Allegri – Chile

Manuela Garcia Aldana – Colombia / Kolumbien

Mara Mahía – España / Spanien

Maria Rial – España / Spanien

Marina Roca Die – España / Spanien

Marisa Benjamim – Portugal

Muriel Gallardo Weinstein – Chile

Natàlia Bernal – España / Spanien

Rosario Aninat – Chile

Teresa Casanueva – Cuba / Kuba

Verónica Salguero – Argentina / Argentinien

INSTALLATION  /  CONCEPTUAL ART

Edurne Herrán – España / Spanien

Katica Puga – Chile

María Amparo Gomar Vidal – España / Spanien

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ana Correia – Portugal

Antonella Lis Vigilante – Argentina / Argentinien

Candela Monde – Argentina / Argentinien

Clo Catalan – Chile

Florencia Lizama – Chile

Raquel Olivas – España / Spanien

Sara Ferrer – España / Spanien

Tiare Maldonado Hucke – Chile

DANCE

Bettina Inés Truffat – Argentina / Argentinien

Melisa Palacio López – Colombia / Kolumbien

Olga Osorio – Venezuela

Sara Lu – España / Spanien

Sabina Velasco – Bolivia / Bolivien

PERFORMANCE

Daiane Rafaela – Brasil / Brasilien

Diana De Fex / Marcelo Schmittner(Musik)– Colombia-Chile / Kolumbien-Chile

Iaci Kupalua + (instalación de arte digital: Caroline Barrueco) – Brasil / Brasilien

Inês Miguel – Portugal / Portugal

Kysy Fischer – Brasil / Brasilien

Laura Pacheco – Brasil / Brasilien

Maicyra Leão – Brasil / Brasilien

Xueh Magrini Troll – Colombia / Kolumbien

Stephania Castan – Alemania-México / Deutschland-Mexiko

Migradas – Dirección: Lorena Valdenegro(CHL) Diseño de arte: Mayra Gómez(ARG). Intérpretes: Sandra Feferbaum (ARG), Mayra Gómez (ARG), Ana Soarez (ESP), María Paula de Oro (COL)

THEATER

Adriana Jacome / Xueh Magrini(live painting) / Antonella Magrini Troll (Traductora/Übersetzerin) – Cuba-Colombia / Kuba-Kolumbien

Lorena Valdenegro und Mayra Gómez – Chile – Argentina / Chile – Argentinien

Theaterkollektiv Drecksarbeit: Raquel Navarrete (Ecuador), Omy Díaz (Cuba), Laura Mosqueira (Bolivia), Clara Inés López (Colombia) y Lourdes Micolta (Ecuador)
Concepción y marionetas: Rafi Martin (Francia)
Concepción y dirección: Laia R. Cañénguez (El Salvador)

MUSIC

Catnapp – Argentina / Argentinien

Dibuk – Brasil / Brasilien

Duna Rolando und Gabriel Battaglia – Argentina / Argentinien

Imperio – Anna Taules con Jordi Colombi – España / Spanien

Julieta Brur con Beltrán Gonzalez – Argentina / Argentinien

Liliana Cobos(Mex) con Eric Trejo(Mex) y Rodrigo Santa María(Chile)

Rhama – Chile

Neide Alves (mit Sabina Velasco Tanz) – Brasil-Bolivia / Brasilien-Bolivien

VIDEO-ART

Ana Nieves Moya – España / Spanien

Blanca Ortiga – País Vasco, España / Baskenland, Spanien

Diana Barquero – Costa Rica

Irene Erlenbach / (Música/Musik von Sofi Lucius) – Péru / Peru

CINEMA

Paola Alvarez / Manuel Escorihuela – España / Spanien

LITERATURe

Aliza Yanes – Perú / Peru

Anbla Bärlín – Colombia / Kolumbien

Bibiana Candia – España / Spanien

Claudia Sierich – Venezuela

Diana Parallel – España / Spanien

Esther Andradi – Argentina / Argentinien

Ingeborg Robles – España / Spanien

Laura Leiner(Musik), Paula Maether, ML Herrera – Brasil-Argentina-Costa Rica / Brasilien-Argentinien-Costa Rica

María Bautista y Neus Saval Llorca(Musik) – España / Spanien

Maria Nancy Sanchez Perez – Bolivia / Bolivien

Martha Gantier Balderrama – Bolivia / Bolivien

Ramona de Jesús / Cristian Forte – Colombia-Argentina /  Kolumbien-Argentinien

Silvia Limiñana – España / Spanien

WORKSHOPS

Alexandra Bisbicus – Colombia / Kolumbien

Blanca Ortiga – España / Spanien

Thais Vera Utrilla/Karina Villavicencio – España-Argentina / Spanien-Argentinien

Edurne Herrán – España/Spanien

DJANES

Amanda Chartier Chamorro aka La Vecina  – Colombia/Kolumbien

Coco María – Mexico / Mexiko

Intervención vestíbulo Haus 13 – Intervention Eingangshalle Haus 13
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