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Rabih Mroué

Rabih Mroué (*1967, Beirut, Lebanon) currently lives in Berlin and is a theatre director, actor, visual artist and playwright. He is a contributing editor for The Drama Review/TDR (New York) and the quarterly Kalamon (Beirut). He is also a co-founder and was a board member of the Beirut Art Center (BAC). He was a fellow at The International Research Center “Interweaving Performance Cultures” at Freie Universität Berlin since 2013–2014. Mroué’s stage works and exhibitions have been seen for example at documenta 13, the Munich Kammerspiele, the Festival d‘Avignon and MoMA (New York). His works include among others: “Rima Kamel” (2017), “Ode to Joy” (2015), “Riding on a Cloud”, (2013), “33 RPM and a Few Seconds” (2012), “The Pixelated revolution” (2012), “The Inhabitants of images” (2008), “Who’s Afraid of Rep- resentation” (2005). In 2016 HAU Hebbel am Ufer presented “Outside the Image Inside Us. A retrospective by Rabih Mroué & Lina Majdalanie” which included eight works. His work, “So Little Time”, was created for the festival “The Aesthetics of Resistance. Peter Weiss 100” in 2016.