WIND FIELD is a participatory live-art experience that brings together theater, dance, and sensory immersion inside an inspiring, symbolic installation.

WIND FIELD creates a profound moment to come together in mourning and celebration… and then asks, “what now?” WIND FIELD is showcased as part of NotAGallery’s AMBIVALENT - four floors of thought-provoking contemporary art from over 25 national and international artists. Read more about Ambivalent here.

Duration: 40 minutes - Premiere: May 12, 2023 at 16:30

Performances throughout May 2023



Christoph Morais Fortmann studied acting in Berlin/Germany and worked since then nationally and internationally for Theater and Film. 2009 and 2010 he was acting at Deutsche Bühne Ungarn (Hungary) and worked with Clemens Bechtel. 2018 he wrote his own play with help of the University of Minas Gerais (UfMG)/ Brasil, which he produced together with This is noT for a tour at Teatro 171(Belo Horizonte) and SP Escola de Teatro (Sao Paulo). 2020 he was engaged for Armando Bos Series "El Presidente".

Priscilla Bergey moved from California to Berlin in 1983.She is a multimedia artist in the broadest sense, working in many different forms of performance and visual art. Having embraced acting, writing, directing, spoken word,performance art, songwriting, cabaret, sculpture, installation and collage, Priscilla's work always ends up telling a story.

Sanni Est is a Brazilian-German multidisciplinary artist who incorporates singing, songwriting ,visual arts, acting, djing and curating in her practice. Growing up in Curado IV, a marginal neighborhood in Recife, Northeast Brazil, she has been based in Berlin since 2007. Sanni won the award Artist of the Year by the German Jazz Prize 2023. Presented an immersive installation at Kampnagel, Hamburg. Won 5 awards at the Triloka Filmfare Awards in India. Was the main actress of “Memória de Quem (não) Fui” a film in the official selection of 49th Festival of Gramado. As Dj performed in the main venues of Berlin, Europe, Asia and Brazil. As curator, directed her initiative “Encantadas”, a collective art exhibition at Schwules Museum (2022).

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Fabián Díaz is Argentinian. He holds a BA in Acting and a MA in dramaturgy. He is currently a doctoral student at the University of Alcalá in Spain. He wrote and directed many plays which won diffe rent awards such as the National Playwriting Prize in 2021, awarded by the Chamber of Deputies of Argentina and the National Playwriting Award from theNational Theatre Institute in 2018, 2016 and 2012 respectively. He was an artist-in-residence at the Royal Court Theatre in London. He lives in Europe and develops several workshops and stage projects inSpain, Argentina, Holland and Germany.

Angela Amarilla is a writer and director. She has worked as a professor of literature and linguistics at several international universities. She has also worked as a columnist for Página 12’s LGBTQIA+ cultural supplement SOY, one of the most important of its kind in Latin America. Amarilla made her first foray into playwriting in 2018 with Les Quienes, which earned her a Operas Primas award for new theater directors from the Centro Cultural Rojas UBA. Since then she has written, directed, and staged plays in Argentina and Germany.