An Empire (2023)

An Empire is a multi-year research project by artists Richard Hancock and Litsa Kiousi. Drawing on their very different and complex relationships to European identity — Hancock as a UK national, and Kiousi as a Greek citizen, both residing for well over a decade in Germany — the artists endeavour to explore the histories, atrocities,… Continue reading An Empire (2023)

There’s been trouble in paradise -The Vinyl- (2022)

Limited Edition of 100 copies  € 17,50 + shipping expenses >> Please include your address, amount of LPs and desired payment method (Paypal, bank transfer). Email your order here! Originating in Litsa Kiousi´s choreographic work „There´s been trouble in paradise“ (2019), the album explores the culture of fear. The energy that thrives from the physicality… Continue reading There’s been trouble in paradise -The Vinyl- (2022)

spider (2022)

“Spider“ is a new new interdisciplinary project by artist Litsa Kiousi. Departing from the existing inequalities between women and men in almost all areas of life, both in Europe and beyond, Kiousi endeavor to explore the pandemic´ s massive disruption on the independence and careers of female artists in parenthood. Initially focusing on the Berlin… Continue reading spider (2022)

Fragments of An Empire (2021)

An Empire is an ongoing research project from Litsa Kiousi and Richard Hancock. It is an exploration of the histories, atrocities, presents and futures of empire building. Through a collaborative dialogue, the artists map the tide of European history, and grapple with the complexity of existence in a modern empire. It is an urgent enquiry… Continue reading Fragments of An Empire (2021)

There´s been trouble in paradise (2019)

„…and when we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard nor welcomed but when we are silent we are still afraid. So it is better to speak remembering we were never meant to survive“—  Audre Lorde, “The Black Unicorn”   
Cultural fear is a widespread manipulation tool designed to distort reality and… Continue reading There´s been trouble in paradise (2019)

The N.I.G.H.T Project (2018)

Litsa Kiousi was invited by Andrea Zittlau to „translate“ the poems of N.I.G.H.T in movement. N.I.G.H.T. is a book with poetry written by incarcerated men in Graterford, PA during creative writing / performance/ origami classes Andrea Zittlau facilitated between September 2015 and March 2016 together with Jayne Thompson.  Any attempt to embody the torments of incarceration… Continue reading The N.I.G.H.T Project (2018)

Territories of Crisis / rozar (2015)

A performance created in collaboration with Laura Corcuera, Litsa Kiousi and Manuel Vason for La Pocha Nostra´s “Territories of Crisis” public presentation at the Fine Arts University in Athens, Greece.   “rozar” is a temporary universe for negotiation and tenderness.

Visiting times – an event (2012)

Visiting Times is an event that aims at collaborations with artists from various fields. It was initiated in May 2010 at EIRA in Lisbon during a residency for “Where is the most beautiful funeral?”. For this event Litsa Kiousi invited three wonderful artists, Jochen Arbeit (Einstürzende Neubauten/Die Haut), Hopek Quirin and Richard Hancock (hancock&kelly) to… Continue reading Visiting times – an event (2012)

Where is the most beautiful funeral? (2010)

“Close to the audience and yet enraptured. The choreographer and dancer Litsa Kiousi keeps the suspense for a long time. It seems as even the silence in the room is increasing. As well as the expectations: When will something happen?Where is the most beautiful funeral? the dance-concert for a musician, a dancer and an actor… Continue reading Where is the most beautiful funeral? (2010)

Visiting time – a live installation (2010)

Do you love yourself? are you addicted to anything? are you afraid? what kept you alive? are you lonely? would you like to change? are you obsessed? what means beauty? when was the last time you cried?… are some of the questions proposed and the process of answering varies in the course of the evening.… Continue reading Visiting time – a live installation (2010)