Martin Sieweke works as a material researcher in Berlin.
Deconstructing and collaging given shapes and matters to find new inherent dependencies and knitted structures of object and non-object relations has been a main focus in the past years.
The material’s basic features such as texture, weight or color have a strong impact on his artistic research.
He is working collectively on set and costume projects in the field of performance and dance.
DIVE by Anna Konjetzky (Kammerspiele München autum 2021) costume with Michiel Keuper
NewREAR by Mor Demer (Dock 11 spring 2021) set/costume with Michiel Keuper
CRANKY BODIES DANCE RESET Wiederaufnahme 2021 Film release February 2021
SHOWDOWN by Judith Förster (Vierte Welt, September 2020) costume with Judith Förster
CRANKY BODIES a/company by Michiel Keuper and Peter Pleyer (DOCK 11, August 2020) performance, transitional sculptures with Michiel Keuper.
FLUSH by Sheena McGrandles (Sophiensaele, Februar 2020) set/costume with Michiel Keuper
Mountain, Tree, Cloud and Tiger by Jee-Ae Lim (Sophiensaele 2019, Berlin) set-design with Jonas-Maria Droste
In(visible) by Jess Curtis/Gravity (Uferstudios, CounterPulse 2019 Berlin, San Francisco) set-design, costume with Michiel Keuper
Tanzkongress (Hellerau, Dresden 2019) costume with Michiel Keuper and Sofie Durnez
Hyperbodies by bücking&kröger (Uferstudios, Berlin 2019) producing parts of the set
The Parts of the Belly by Zoe Knights (Uferstudios, Berlin 2018) costume
My Funny Valentine by Martin Nachbar (Junges Nationaltheater Mannheim 2018) set and costume assisting Michiel Keuper
Cranky Bodies Dance Reset by Peter Pleyer (Sophiensaele, Berlin 2017) set and costume assisting Michiel Keuper