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Marta Keil

Marta Keil is performing arts curator, dramaturge and researcher, holds PhD in Culture Studies. She lives and works between Warsaw and Utrecht. Her curatorial and research practice seeks for alternative processes of instituting and for redefining modes of working transnationally. At the moment she curates Breaking the Spell, works as a mentor with a group of teenage curators in frames of the “Shakedown” project run by Homo Novus Festival in Riga and Rosendal Theater in Trondheim and co-curates (with Grzegorz Reske) the “Politics of Listening” programme at the “North East South West” project by Kunsthaus Dresden and Hellerau-European Centre for the Arts in Dresden. Recently, she curated “Forecast. A School of Thinking-With” for Dublin Theatre Festival (2021) and co-authored, together with Katie Kheriji-Watts and Marie Le Sourd (On the Move) a study #MeToo in the Arts: From call-outs to structural change (2021). Between 2019 and 2021 she cooperated as facilitator with the RESHAPE project. Together with Grzegorz Reske (as ResKeil) they curated Konfrontacje Teatralne festival in Lublin (2013-2017), the Common Ground season at Komuna Warszawa (2020, with Tim Etchells) and made the performance “Sunny Sunday” with Lina Majdalanie and Rabih Mroué (2020). Marta edited several books, including: Choreography: strategies (together with Joanna Leśnierowska, 2021) and Reclaiming the Obvious: On the Institution of the Festival (2017). She is a member of the Performing Arts Institute (InSzPer) collective in Warsaw.