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Der Vorstand des ZTB e.V. arbeitet ehrenamtlich. In der Mitgliedervollversammlung am 08.5.2017 wurden folgende Personen für zwei Jahre in den Vorstand gewählt:
- Diego Agulló, is an artist and researcher that practices dilettantism across art and philosophy investigating the affinity between the concepts of Body and Event.
- Vincent Bozek
- Barbara Greiner studied Cultural Studies, English Language/Literature and Political Studies at Sussex University Brighton and at the University Leipzig, where she graduated from with a Master degree in 2003. Since 2007 she lives and works in Berlin as a producer and production manager in the field of dance and choreography for different artists. Next to this she was resoponsible as production manager for festivals like Westend Festival 04 and 05 in Leipzig, Context #6_Politics of Ecstasy, Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin 2009 and three editions of Tanznacht Berlin, produced by Tanzfabrik Berlin. 2009 Barbara was selected for SPACE – Performing Arts Manger on the Move, a European trainee program on mobility for 30 young professionals in the field of performing arts.
- As a cultural manager Xenia Leydel’s work with artists is informed by a dramaturgical process. Bridging practical, creative, and business development, Xenia provides holistic artist support and career management. Born in dresden, she is Company Manager for TroikaTronix and producer of the Isadora Werkstatt. Xenia was trained in contemporary dance and was a dancer and choreographer in Berlin before becoming the new media program coordinator for the Stuttgarter Filmwinter and employed by the Forum Neues Musiktheater of the Staatsoper Stuttgart. She has worked with artists including: Susanne Linke, Antonia Baehr, SheShePop, Josephine Evrard and the Internationale Tanzfilmplattform Pool. Xenia is currently a board member of „Zeitgenössischer Tanz Berlin e.v.” (Contemporary Dance Berlin), dedicated to supporting the berlin dance scene.
- Moritz Majce
- Jara Serrano Gonzales
- Britta Wirthmüller is a choreographer and dancer. She studied dance at the Palucca Schule Dresden and holds an MA in “Performance Studies“ (University of Hamburg). In her work she attends to that which usually remains invisible, e.g. bodies lacking social visibility in the cycle “Antibodies“ with Petra Zanki, the forgotten dances of Jean Weidt (“Physical Encounters”) or the hidden layers of a city’s history “The Silent Walk“. Since 2015 she holds a position for artistic research and teaching at the HZT Berlin. Current projects are: “Obituary” – an invitation to different generations of dancers to revisit their personal body archive and “The Choreographic Village” – an exploration of choreography as an expanded and participatory practice in rural areas.