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Florian Fischer

Florian Fischer, born in Altötting, is a director and artist. He studied philosophy, English and history as well as theatre direction at the Otto Falkenberg School in Munich. Since 2014 he has worked as a freelancer in Munich, Braunschweig, Sarajevo, Mannheim, Basel and Ghent. His work has been shown at various festivals such as the Fast Forward Festival in Braunschweig, where his diploma project Der Fall M - Eine Psychiatriegeschichte won the Fast Forward Preis für junge Regie, as well as at the Your Chance Festival in Moscow and Young Actors Week in Salzburg. His field of activity is multidisciplinary: sound works such as radio plays, installations and audio walks are just as much a part of it as the writing of reports, lecture performances and theoretical texts or the staging of a fashion show for the Fashionweek Paris. In the 2016 season he made his NTGent debut with the performance Kroniek or how to lie dead in your apartment for 28 months. In 2018 he staged To Name Herstory in Ghent based on a novel by Kathy Ackers. 

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