Born 1977 in Baunei. Studied art history, philosophy and cultural studies in Berlin, Buenos Aires and Mexiko City. Has worked as a set designer since 2006, at venues such as the Oper Dortmund, Columbia University in New York and Staatstheater Stuttgart. Dramaturg at the Schauspiel Hannover from 2009-2014, where his projects included Die Welt ohne uns, a five-year-long, botanical, durational theatre piece created together with Tobias Rausch. Ongoing collaboration with Rimini Protokoll beginning in 2010, most recently Remote X, Truck Tracks Ruhr, Dos and Donts and Granma. Dramaturg at the Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin from 2014 until summer 2020, where he's collaborated with Ersan Mondtag, Oliver Frljić, Lola Arias and the Center for Political Beauty, among others. He also worked on the second and third editions of the Berliner Herbstsalon festival and the Es schneit im April series of events on the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. In the 2020/2021 season he worked again with Ersan Mondtag on his production It's going to get worse.
Photo: Esra Rotthoff