Moïra Gilliéron, born 1989 in Wattwil (Switzerland), studied scenography at the Hochschule der Künste in Zurich and the Akademie der Künste in Vienna and was stage design assistant at the Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin from 2013 to 2015. Her work has led her repeatedly to the Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin, the Neumarkt Theater Zurich, the Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf, the Schauspielhaus Graz, the Staatstheaters Braunschweig and Karlsruhe, the Schauspiel Dresden, the Kaserne Basel, the Ballhaus Ost Berlin and the Market Theatre Johannesburg. Her last work Café Populaire by Nora Abdel-Maksoud at the Theater Neumarkt was invited to the Radikal Jung Festival for Young Direction, the Swiss Theatertreffen and the Autorentheatertage in Berlin. Gilliéron works with directors such as Suna Gürler, Nora Abdel-Maksoud, Anna Fries, András Dömötör, Sebastian Nübling, Julia Wissert and Laila Hassan Soliman. Together with Ariane Koch and Zino Wey she forms the collective GKW, with which they realize interdisciplinary projects. These have been shown at the Treibstoff Theatertage Basel, the D-Caf Festival in Cairo and the theatre is a must in Alexandria. At Schauspielhaus Bochum, she designs the stage and costume design for the production 2069 – Das Ende der Anderen in the 2018/19 season.

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