Klein, Gabriele (DE). Professor for Sociology of Dance and Performance Studies at Hamburg University. Book publications: ‘Emerging bodies’ (with S. Noeth); ‘Dance [and] Theory’ (with G. Brandstetter); ’Performance and Labour’ (with B. Kunst). firstname.lastname@example.org
Knaup, Bettina (UK). Independent Curator. Berlin/ Germany. PhD Student. Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance, Roehampton University London/ England. Curatorial projects: re.act.feminism#2 – a performing archive (Berlin, Barcelona, Zagreb, Gdansk, Tallinn, Roskilde; with B. Stammer); performance platform – body affects (Berlin; with S. Bake); performing proximities (Brussels).
Kolokythopoulou, Zeta (GRC). Interdisciplinary Artist. London/ United Kingdom.
Königshofer, Anna (DE). Ph.D. student in the post-graduate program „Cultures of Critique“. Leuphana Universität Lüneburg/Germany.
Kosuge, Hayato (JP). Professor and Director of Research Center for Liberal Arts in Keio University, Tokyo. Representative of Tohoku cluster, PSi#21 Fluid States. His research interests include the Japanese Butoh dance and Shakespearean criticism from contemporary and Asian standpoints.
Kowalski, Hannah (DE). Has been studying Political Science as well as Directing and Dramaturgy (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg). Implements performances at Forschungstheater Hamburg and with geheimagentur. Since 2012 she writes her PHD in the Graduate Program Assembly and Participation at Hafen City University Hamburg. Active member of the Gängeviertel collective since 2009.
Krämer, Dennis (DE). Sociologist. Research Assistant at Department of Human Movement Science. Hamburg University. His research fields include a poststructuralist and postcolonial perspective on Intersexuality in History of Modern Medicine and Sports. Recently published: Intersexuality, Subjectivation and »doing resistance«.
Krüger, Lida (ZA). Senior lecturer in English Studies. University of South Africa. Pretoria/South Africa. Publications: Who will remember us?: The audience member’s uncomfortable position in Deon Opperman’s Tree aan!
Kubiak, Daria (SE). PhD candidate in theatre studies. Stockholm University/ Sweden. Vice-chairwoman of Rococo Foundation researching cultural institutions’ management and performance, Board member of Association of Nordic Theatre Scholars, Student member of IFTR ExComm. Research interests: audience development, marketing and theatre, cultural policy.
Kung, Yu-ying (TWN). Founder of theatre company Prototype Paradise. Freelance arts manager and independent theatre producer based in Taiwan. Producer and Co-curator of performance ‘Night Market Theatre’ (with Jia-Iuan Chin). Producer and Concept Developer of performance ‘Traveling Around Taipei with Garbage Trucks’.