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Recording: 2019-10-16 , Sophiensæle (© Walter Bickmann)

Interview / Portrait

Jule Flierl

Jule Flierl

Jule Flierl wants to write the history of sounddance. She is into non-linear time concepts and the fiction of historicity. In 2017 she presented the lecture performance “I intend to sing”, in which she reflects her own practice and makes reference to historical vocal dances. In her project “Störlaut”, she appropriates, re-interprets and mobilizes Valeska Gert’s sounddances as a form capable of exploring non- and extra-verbal proclamation as other forms of speech are failing. Currently she researches extractivism and the reverberations of uranium mining in the former GDR. Jule has worked as a gogo dancer in a turkish gay bar, played the female lead role in german movie “Führer Ex”, studied at SEAD in Salzburg and EXERCE in montpellier, and worked as a dancer with Christine Borch, Martin Nachbar, Ibrahim Quarishi, Gintersdorfer/Klassen, Sergiu Matis, Tino Sehgal and Meg Stuart. She teaches the workshop “Inner Soundtracking” and works as a vocal coach.

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