Robert Wilson

“Robert Wilson is a towering figure in the world of experimental theater and an explorer in the uses of time and space on stage. Transcending theatrical convention, he draws in other performance and graphic arts, which coalesce into an integrated tapestry of images and sounds.”
New York Times


  • Im Jahr 2008 Persönliche Assistenz und Begleitung von Robert Wilson in 24 Ländern
  • weltweite Korrespondenz
  • Koordination von 20 Projekten  (Auswahl: „Lady from the Sea“, Sevilla / Spanien; „Frau ohne Schatten“, Paris / Frankreich; „Orlando“, Taipei / Taiwan; „Madama Butterfly“, Los Angeles / USA; „Voom Portraits“, Peking / China)
  • Vorbereitung von Reiserouten
  • Vorbereitung und Durchführung der internationalen „Lecture Series“


Susan Sontag has said of Wilson’s work, “it has the signature of a major artistic creation. I can’t think of any body of work as large or as influential.”



Born in Waco, Texas, Wilson was educated at the University of Texas and Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute, where he took an interest in architecture and design. He studied painting with George McNeil in Paris and later worked with the architect Paolo Solari in Arizona. Moving to New York City in the mid-1960s, Wilson found himself drawn to the work of pioneering choreographers George Balanchine, Merce Cunningham, and Martha Graham, among others artists. By 1968 he had gathered a group of artists known as The Byrd Hoffman School of Byrds, and together they worked and performed in a loft building at 147 Spring Street in lower Manhattan.