Born in 1988. Graduated from Cultural Sciences and Aesthetic Practice (BA) at University of Hildesheim in 2013 and Urban Design (MSc) at HafenCity University Hamburg in 2016.
Recent 5 main activities are
1. Schleier Mayer - The Show / 2015 / Explosive! Festival and Schwankhalle (Bremen, GER)
2. Schleier Mayer - The Shop / 2015 / WURST Case (Bremen, GER)
3. Social Urban Art? - A Conference on Responsibility / 2015 / HafenCity University (Hamburg, GER)
4. Club of Peccadillos / 2013 / Explosive! Festival (Bremen, GER)
5. We Swarm / 2012 / transeuropa Festival (Hildesheim, GER)
Micha Kranixfeld works as performer, dramaturg and producer in theater projects and urban interventions. Among other festivals, he co-organized the 2012 edition of the European theater festival transeuropa in Hildesheim (GER). In 2014, he received a grant of Festival Theaterformen to participate in an international academy for young theater makers in Kinshasa (DRC) and Hannover (GER). He was part of a jury for a sociocultural project fund of Stiftung Niedersachsen in 2012 and 2013. A travel journal to Israel/Palestine was awarded the first prize of A.E. Johann Society in 2010. His collective "Gefährliche Liebschaften" (Dangerous Liaisons) held several residencies at different institutions in Bremen (GER). In 2014, they were awarded the Special Prize of the Jury at 100° Festival Berlin.
Micha Kranixfelds academic research has dealt with the urban experience of queer refugees as well as postcolonial cooperation strategies in the arts and the place of traditional institutions in contemporary urban societies.
A discourse program about the communities of today. transeuropa2012 Festival. Hildesheim, 2012. ©Micha Kranixfeld
Club of Peccadillos
Workshops by everyday criminals. Explosive! Festival. Bremen, 2013. ©Andreas Caspari
Offline feedback and malicious gossip. 100° Berlin Festival. Berlin, 2014. ©Micha Kranixfeld
We Make You Hole
Freifeld Festival. Oldenburg, 2014. ©Tang Wensheng
Fashion start up for veils and disguises. ZZZ, Schwankhalle and Explosive! Festival. Bremen, 2015. ©Günther Kespohl