Johannes von Matuschka, geboren in Bonn, ist in London, New York, Paris und Berlin aufgewachsen. Nach dem Jura-Examen absolvierte er ein Regie-. Johannes von Matuschkas Profil auf Operabase, der Referenz für Opernaufführungen weltweit, anzeigen. Johannes von Matuschka hat 7 Vorstellungen im. Johannes von Matuschka (*8. Juni in Bonn) ist ein deutscher Schauspieler und Regisseur. In.
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Johannes von Matuschka ist ein deutscher Regisseur und Schauspieler. Johannes von Matuschka (* 8. Juni in Bonn) ist ein deutscher Regisseur und Schauspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Inszenierungen (Auszüge). Primary Menu. News · Inszenierungen · Sprechtheater · Musiktheater · Galerie · Trailer · Presse · Vita · Kontakt. Search. Menu. Permalink to: Antigone. Johannes von Matuschka absolvierte nach seinem Juraexamen an der Humboldt-Universität in Berlin ein Regie- und Schauspielstudium am Wiener Max. Johannes von Matuschka. absolvierte nach seinem Juraexamen an der Humboldt-Universität in Berlin ein Regie- und Schauspielstudium am Wiener Max. Johannes von Matuschka. Regisseur. Kontakt Stefanie Sudik Tel.: +(0) 90 28 [email protected] Künstler-Homepage. Kurzvita. Johannes von Matuschka absolvierte nach seinem Juraexamen an der Humboldt-Universität in Berlin ein Regie- und Schauspielstudium am Wiener.
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All that learning under Yamuna, all that camaraderie with my co-actors and finally all that knee-knocking under the arch-lights at Sivakami Petachi auditorium!
I will never exchange anything in the world for these. June Mike would, with his Zen-like air, try to break up Arun and my quarrels assisted by the ever cheerful Taruna Moddie and the rest of the amused cast.
That year, the fest was held at the Music Academy and I still remember how, on stage, I felt like I was walking through a hazy, rainbow-coloured dream.
And then dragged me to witnesss his debauchery and downfall. All the world became a stage indeed! That clear, bright afternoon, at the auditions, after I finished my solo-act rather self-consciously for some reason, I knew I was going to be a part of this Chennai-German production!
I had the time of 3 months that was being asked of us; we were going to get paid and we would have intense 4 hour long rehearsals everyday and one long weekend of rehearsals at Adi-Shakti in Pondicherry.
Johannes was marvelous! Rehearsals were physically grueling but mentally so stimulating. The result: an avant-garde, cutting-edge experimental play at Sir Mutha Venkatasubba Rao Hall which people loved and hated!
The fellowship between the cast members and the crew. And for the duration of the play-the fellowship between the audience and the actors.
For fostering new bonds year after year and for the downpour of plays every August. A near fatal bike accident left her with many broken bones , a severe back injury and traumatic brain injury in Two years later, at the age of 37, she was diagnosed with breast cancer , undergoing a mastectomy and 6 months of chemotherapy.
Matuschka received financial aid from Change, the Robert Rauschenberg Fund , which helps artists facing intense hardships during her injury-related rehabilitation and cancer therapy.
In , while undergoing chemotherapy , Matuschka discovered her mastectomy was unnecessary because the doctor did not tell her a lumpectomy was an option.
She immediately turned her dismay with the medical profession into a unique form of activism. She began making posters and taking pictures of herself in a variety of 'styles' to bring greater attention to what was then called "The Silent Epidemic".
Her alliance with W. Susan Shaw in designing a series of breast cancer awareness posters that would be distributed and wheat pasted  on buildings, trucks and barricades in the greater New York Area.
Matuschka's first poster for the group was an illustration of the Statue of Liberty with the ' no ' symbol painted over Lady Liberty's right breast.
In , W. Fox Five News was the first mainstream media platform to air W. In May , W. On the last day of the convention, she spotted Matuschka wearing the Vote for Yourself on her body much like a sandwich board at a strike.
Ferrara interviewed the artist for the article she would title: "The Politics of Breast Cancer". Ferrara's article as a feature in their Sunday Times Magazine and needed an illustration for their cover.
Art director Janet Froelich selected Matuschka's photo, Beauty out of Damage , showing her mastectomy and face—a decision that turned out to be controversial  —and sparked debate about the treatment, awareness and depiction of breast cancer throughout the world.
As a member of a small group called W. Women's Health Action and Mobilization , Matuschka makes art of her mastectomy with poster-size, one breasted self-portraits that force people to see what cancer does.
Though some of her mainstream sisters are discomforted by the graphic images, they admire her determination. As she says, 'You can't look away anymore.
This historical publishing decision  made headline news for showing a " topless " cover girl on a mainstream magazine, and was viewed by many as ending the silence, shame and concealment for millions of women regarding their bodies and how they are portrayed by the media.
In , Greenpeace commissioned Matuschka to create a poster directed at Time Life to cease using chlorinated paper. Matuschka designed a poster similar to Vote For Yourself , which incorporated a cast of the artist's torso.
The artist replaced her missing breast with a clock on the plaster cast, labeled the image Time For Prevention and created a facsimile of Time Magazine for the poster.
Greenpeace sent Matuschka to the Great Lakes Region, where the Rainbow Warrior ship was docked to speak with civilians, to hand out these informative political posters.
Greenpeace's effort to bring greater awareness to the link between chlorinated paper, dioxin and cancer was a huge success.
Massive media coverage included Matuschka's iconic poster, and the artist received numerous awards and citations.
Additionally, these posters were wheat pasted throughout the country and used extensively in the "Chlorine Free" campaign initiated in the Great Lakes area.
This procedure required 6 hospitalizations and the use of the external Brava apparatus with extensive fat grafting over a three-year period.
The reconstruction, which started in , was completed in A book entitled Bagit! The abstract art in this book pertains to shopping bags in which the artist has removed all branding, and replaced logos and labels with fine art.
The sex appeal of luxury products and brand name obsession is based on the gospel of consumerism : "I am what I buy", or as Matuschka puts it: "you are what you bag.
Since the turn of the century she has returned to abstraction , her primary art form. She credits the artist Jennifer Bartlett, who taught her to be responsible for every square inch of the surface one's working on.
When she began studying at SVA, she switched from figurative work to abstract painting. And despite the fact that everybody knows her, it is incorrect to say they know her work, at least her current work.
Matuschka exhibits and gives workshops at Universities and Photo Festivals throughout the world. Fleming Museum of Art ; Burlington, Vermont.
Center for Photography at Woodstock ; NY. Northwestern University ; Evanston, IL. Concord Hospital ; Concord, New Hampshire.
Pulitzer Prize nomination, Feature Photography . Awards . Design Merit; Potlatch Corporation. Poster Annual. Photographer's Fellowship; Center for Photography at Woodstock.
Humanitarian Award; Mt. Sinai Hospital Service Club. Matuschka's work has been featured on the cover of 26 magazines between and In Matuschka sued  her breast cancer surgeon for malpractice for performing an unnecessary mastectomy.
The defense team argued that Matuschka's career had benefited from the needless surgery and urged the jury not to award her any money because she had been more successful with one breast than two.
Although the jury found in her favor, her award was substantially reduced and she chose to forfeit another trial on damages.
The outcome of the lawsuit was made public and covered widely in the press. At the time Matuschka believed her lawsuit would help launch the second phase of her activism: she felt many mastectomies were being performed unnecessarily and women should be made aware of other options.
She also wanted to create a law that made it mandatory for patients to receive their pathology reports immediately after surgery.
As the artist put it, "I lost a breast and the world gained an activist. She received bad press, began to fade from the 'breast cancer scene' and pursued another direction with her art.
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