[ CREDIT: – Merlin Nadj-Torma ]

Milena Kipfmüller was born in Brazil, Porto Alegre and grew up in Göttingen and São Paulo. She studied oboe and 
piano (São Paulo/USP), musicology and history of arts (Uni Heidelberg) and finished her diploma in applied
theatre studies in Gießen and Paris in 2009, where she studied with Heiner Goebbels, Xavier Le Roy,
Mathilde Monnier, Antonio Araújo and where she focused on sound, radioplays and dramaturgical work. Currently she lives in Berlin and works internationally as a freelance director, soundartist, dramaturgue and producer working as well with Gob
Squad, matthaei&konsorten, Sophiensaele and the International
 Institute of Political Murder/Milo Rau. Her works blend different medias together and approach often political and current questions. She was scholarship holder on the program for young European curators and 
producers (Festival in Transition), founded and curated a residency space for artistic experiments that run between
2012-14. Her radioplay “Hate Radio” about the Rwandan genocide won the Hörspielpreis der Kriegsblinden 2014. Since 2014 she is working with Klaus Janek in the duo “sounding situations” where sound, composition and words as musical material are substantial part of staging a performative situations.

Download: Portfolio Milena Kipfmüller

Download: Curriculum Vitae ENG Milena Kipfmüller 2018