Max-Phillp Aschenbrenner

Arts Manager(Germany)

Artistic Director/Dramaturg
Residency Period: from 4 July, 2011 to 19 July, 2011

■Research Outline

Research Theme Labelling – how we do describe international arts
Brief Description of the Research The visitation of arts scene in Japan and the research to build up the network for the future.


4 July, 2011 Arrives in Japan
5 July, 2011 to 18 July, 2011 – Interviewing artists and arts administrators in Japan
– Attending performances
18 July, 2011 Public talk at Morishita Studio
19 July, 2011 Return to home

■Public Talk

Date 18 July, 2011
Time 14:00-16:00
Place Studio C, Morishita Studio
Title Performing arts scene in German-language area and Europe in terms of artistic director, SÜDPOL

Max-Phillip Aschenbrenner gave his view on the need for creating new performing arts, as facing severe cuts to a public sector under the economic reform in Europe, and then, he discussed about the future of performing arts with the participants from a global point of view.

■Announcement regarding the outcome of Visiting Fellow
“Interview” by LIG Arts Foundation (Korea), winter, 2012
“Quarterly Journal Theatre” by National Theater Company of Korea, 2011

Max-Phillip Aschenbrenner
Born 9 October, 1981 in Germany

Max-Philip is from Lower Bavaria Deggendorf and completed his studies in media, process design and dramaturgy. After working on his own internet and TV projects, he joined the publicity department at the Opera Zurich and collaborated in the research project “Denken hilft” (Thinking helps) of the ZHdK. He was a member of the artistic directors´ team at Theater Neumarkt and was an artistic collaborator at the festival “Theater der Welt 2010”. In 2011, he became an artistic director of SÜDPOL(Switzerland).


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