Antonia Baehr


Antonia Baehr is a Berlin-based choreographer, performer, filmmaker and visual artist. Her pieces are characterized by a non-disciplinary way of working, examining the fiction of the everyday and the fiction of the theater. She collaborates with various partners, often in the form of role play. Each of them is alternately guest or host, varying from project to project. Antonia Baehr studied film and media arts with Valie Export at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin and graduated (MA) from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. From 2006 to 2008 Antonia Baehr was artiste associée at the Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers. Her productions include among others “Holding hands” (2000) with William Wheeler, “Un après-midi” (2003), “Cat Calendar” (2004) with Antonija Livingstone, “Larry Peacock” (2005), co-produced by A. Neumann and S. Ercklentz, “Danke” (2006), “Lachen” (2008), “Over The Shoulder” (2009), “For Faces” (2010), “My Dog is My Piano” (2012), “Abecedarium Bestiarium” (2013), “The Wildes” (2014), co-produced by Keren Ida Nathan (Ida Wilde) and Henry Wilde (Antonia Baehr), „Röhrentier“ (2016), „Da war ich noch nie in meinem ganzen Leben“ (2017) together with N. Hülcker, „Exit“ (2018) and „Tentaculus Ohri“ (2018) by Henry Wilde (Antonia Baehr) and Neo Hülcker. Recently her works „Abecedarium Bestiarium - Affinitäten in Tiermetaphern“ (2013), „Misses and Mysterien“ (2015) together with Valérie Castan and „Normal Dance“ (2016) have been presented at HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Antonia Baehr is the producer of horse whisperer and dancer Werner Hirsch, musician and choreographer Henri Fleur, and composer for New Music Henry Wilt.