David Weber-Krebs was born in Liège (Belgium) in 1974 and is a performer, theatre and film director currently residing in Brussels. He often cooperates with artists and theorists in his works, which move between (lecture) performance, film and installation. He explores various contexts as a basis for an experimental process, which questions the traditional relationship between the work of art and its public. His works include “Performance (Robert Morris revisited)“ (2009), “Among The multitude“ (2012) and “Into The Big World“ (2015), which have been shown in theatres and galleries throughout Europe. Recently Weber-Krebs developed the installation “Immersion” (2014) at the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt am Main and was guest curator for the conference “Are You Alive Or Not? Looking at ART through...” at the Rietveld Academie. With a new version of the performance “Balthazar”, which was created in 2013, the director is presenting a work for the first time at HAU Hebbel am Ufer.