Beiträge von Danielle de Picciotto

Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation

Dorit Chrysler: “The community is everything to me and always creates new movement”

"The better you know yourself, the more fearless you can translate it into sound." – Dorit Chrysl…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends – Käthe Kruse

Käthe Kruse: “Half-hearted work is worth nothing”

"Difficult to answer. I am open and honest in a straightforward and direct way. That means I do not …

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends – PHEW

PHEW: “I cannot free myself from my tastes”

"After the 2011 earthquake and nuclear power plant accident, I was cautious and skeptical of singing…

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Daniele De Picciotto & Friends:  Rachel Davis

Rachel Davis: “I wish that health, safety and wellbeing could be held up as basic human rights”

"The last few years have been very difficult ones for the public’s health. At Prevention Institute…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends: Candice Nembhard

Candice Nembhard: “If you are fortunate enough to get a steady gig, then next comes the issue of being paid adequately for your contributions”

"In my opinion, the rise of first person, op-eds has somewhat overshadowed the responsibility of neu…

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Danielle De Picciotto & friends in conversation – Michaela Melián

Michaela Melián: “Art, music, literature, theater, film – these are basic foods for me.”

"I do not really make anything up, the topics I'm interested in are lying around anyway, offering th…

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Danielle De Picciotto and friends in conversation: Martina Bertoni

Martina Bertoni: “Making art transcends the miserable and mundane exercise of power and prevarication”

"At the moment the challenge for everybody is to learn the right vocabulary when we deal with creati…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation – Margarete Kreuzer

Margarete Kreuzer: “I want my documentaries to tell stories about dealing with reality.”

"That's why I love music, because it makes you feel things in a very straightforward way. When I hea…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation – Raphaele Shirley

Raphaele Shirley: “Anyone’s own belief system drives the framework of their existence”

"It is a life-long quest to discover a satisfying way to represent the Universe..." –  Raphaele S…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation – Sabin Aell

Sabin Aell: “For me it is more interesting what I am becoming than where I was born”

"I guess I am a surfer, riding “the wave”, always on the look out for the next magnificent one."…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation – Andrea Wünsche (Magnet Musik)

Andrea Wünsche: “Nowadays it’s often about quick money (…) the market has become more commercial”

"As a booker, you have to create a strategy, a plan for your artist, have to travel a lot, get to kn…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation – Sonja Krohn (La petite Sonja)

Sonja Krohn (La petite Sonja): “My boyfriend is my muse”

"I want to survive as long as I can to raise our daughter properly. That’s my main plan momentaril…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation - MAYa Hardinge

MAYa Hardinge & Fear of failing!

"I’ve been obsessed with music since I was very little and obsessed with visuals and style since t…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation - Julia Kent

Julia Kent: “I find it endlessly interesting, and empowering, to learn about and to interact with technology”

"There's something about joining that stream of human energy that you find in a city and feeling the…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation - Jennifer Tull Westberg

Jennifer Tull Westberg: “Gemstones are magical to me – gifts from deep in the Earth”

"I never really lack ideas as I am constantly being inspired. My biggest problem is actually finding…

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Danielle De Picciotto & Friends in conversation - Ziska Riemann

Ziska Riemann: “Art has the ability to confuse one’s point of view”

"I still live the same bohemian life as twenty years ago. Since I have no permanent job, no family, …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation – Marie Čtveráčková

Marie Čtveráčková: “It still surprises me how women are treated”

For the latest installment of Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation DdP met up with Prague…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation – Linnea Hellström

Linnea Hellström: “The main reason to be strong is to protect those who are weaker”

"Veganism is more than what we eat, buy, wear, support or boycott. It´s a whole way of thinking, fe…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Barbara Morgenstern: “Goose bumps are always great”

"Language is very important to me, I work a lot with meanings between the lines, ambiguity, puns and…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation – Natasja Alers

Natasja Alers: “Art is a way for me to express frustration, sadness, passion or obsession and a certain urgency”

"I can't imagine my life without creating something, whatever it is. Art for me is the only answer a…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Amy Kaps: “Honest expression is the most potent”

"I would really like to get out of the no or low budget concept" – Amy Kaps in conversation with …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Jo Quail: If you’re a freelance musician and a parent you need to be incredibly well organized”

"Inspiration takes all forms for all people, whether it’s a gentle meditation as you do the shoppi…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Tessa Hughes Freeland: “Overload creates a confusion of meaning – I love that”

Tessa Hughes Freeland is a british born experimental filmmaker who moved to NYC in the late 70ies. S…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Kirsty Allison: “Life’s too short to fuck around”

"Good poetry brings people together, and there’s nothing like instigating that." – Danielle de …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Vibeke Jensen: “I insist on and seek to integrate all aspects of life rather than separating life from art”

"–isms are not important to me, while the reality of us living on Earth together and the critical …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Dana Gingras: “Dancing really saved my life, as it was a way to manage all the energy and self-destructive tendencies I had”

"Dance and live performance fundamentally explores and embraces the condition of risk. Through emplo…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Laura Kikauka: “Rediscovering the art of slowing down”

Laura Kikauka is almost impossible to describe because she seems most understandable when you experi…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

“Stories about humans and plants” – The work and life of Olga Volchkova

For the fourth installment of her series "Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation", Danielle…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Claudia Skoda: “Fashion has never been as cheap and inflationary as today and at the same time absurdly expensive.”

When I moved from NYC to Berlin in the mid eighties I was able to experience the last strides of an …

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Laura Ortman – “I was shy as fuck as a kid but always causing rumbles”

"The dreamy tunes of Laura Ortman mixed raw violin sounds, electronic samples, a small megaphone and…

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Danielle de Picciotto & Friends in Conversation

Jarboe

First part of our new interview series, hosted by Danielle de Picciotto. This time former Swans memb…

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