The performance artist Lisa Hinterreithner in her works addresses bodies, materials, and text. Her performances and installations present performative images she generates out of sociopolitical discourses. The focus lies on questions regarding representation; Lisa Hinterreithner often involves the audience, performers, and objects in joint processes.
Her latest performances include, e.g., Pink tape – yellow tape – black tape – Repeat! (2017 Open Mind Festival, Salzburg; 2018 WUK performing arts, Vienna), Do-Undo (2017 Galerie 5020, Salzburg; ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival), It might be windy, it will be dark in cooperation with Laura Navndrup Black (2016, tanz_house festival, Salzburg), Letting go of Things (2016, Performing New Europe Festival, Salzburg), the series of performances The Call of Things (2014/15, amongst others at Tanzquartier Wien, Galerie 5020 and ACF London) as well as the performance Mezzanin (2015, ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival) with Jack Hauser. Together with Martina Ruhsam she created the work A scripted situation in 2014 (2015, amongst others at Tanzquartier Wien).
She teaches performance and research at SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance), at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna and at the Danish National School for Performing Arts in Copenhagen. Since 2007 she has been curating the research platform tanzbuero together with Elfi Eberhard. Also in 2014 she did her master's (MRes) in Performance and Creative Research at Roehampton University/ London.
Photos: Eva Würdinger, Erik Hable, Privatarchiv