Mariana Senne: I love you but I need to kill you now

Mariana Senne, born in Brazil, is a theatermaker and performer interested in exploring intercultural theatrical practices, developing new forms of staging, with a focus on feminist and postcolonial themes. Since she started the Master at DAS Theatre, she has been investigating the uninterrupted impulse to colonize the female body. The performance (in process) searches for the inner motives of the rebellion of the wife, of the mother, of the sister, of the grandmother, of the daughter, of she.

The performance is an invitation. An invitation to explore a certain fluidity of our projections onto womanhood. It's about History, it's about Herstory.

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Photos by Thomas Lenden