Autonomy: Seraphina, UK

Voices of Berlin is Berlin Untelevised‘s monthly Lives project. This project is to show the connection behind real lives within this both crazy and wonderful city by asking it’s many residents one question a month. Our ultimate goal is to curate a collection of accounts on many topics, ending each month with an abstract poem created...

My Worst Nightmare: The Poem | Voices of Berlin – February

I had this recurring nightmare as a child Some spooky, some screaming ones, some burned in my mind One thing will always go back and forth in my brain to wake up in a cold sweat I used to call out in my sleep “I’m afraid…! I’m afraid of…” The...

My Worst Nightmare: The Collection | Voices of Berlin – February

Voices of Berlin is Berlin Untelevised‘s monthly Lives project. This project is to show the connection behind real lives within this both crazy and wonderful city by asking it’s many residents one question or theme a month. Our ultimate goal is to curate a collection of accounts on many topics, ending each month with...

My Worst Nightmare: Gabriele, Italy

February‘s theme for Voices of Berlin is My Worst Nightmare.   Gabriele, Italy “To be honest, I can’t really remember dreams… but my worst fear at the moment is the future really. It sounds deep, but I guess everyone who is studying music or everyone who is in a similar situation to mine has...

My Worst Nightmare: Moa, Sweden

February‘s theme for Voices of Berlin is My Worst Nightmare.   Moa, Sweden “I’m very fascinated by dreams that I remember. I know one thing that just terrifies me and will always go back and forth in my brain. It’s common: being claustrophobic. Being locked into something somehow like… I’ve had really weird dreams....

My Worst Nightmare: Tal, Israel

February‘s theme for Voices of Berlin is My Worst Nightmare.   Tal, Israel   “My worst nightmare is being on a plane, crashing in the middle of the ocean and surviving, being alone in the middle of the ocean. Not finding your way out, just being there. Time goes by, and I’m just there...

My Worst Nightmare: Joe, Britain

February‘s theme for Voices of Berlin is My Worst Nightmare.   Joe, Britain “I had a recurring nightmare when I was a kid. It was that I was falling down a bottomless hole and being chased by a giant leaf. I used to call out in my sleep “I’m afraid of the giant leaf!...

My Worst Nightmare: Stefano, Venezuela

February‘s theme for Voices of Berlin is My Worst Nightmare.   Stefano, Venezuela “The first thing I thought of when you said worst nightmare is being buried alive. I have a terrible fear of that. I remember I saw a movie, I can’t remember the name, it could have been a show...

My Worst Nightmare: Mary, Ireland

Voices of Berlin is Berlin Untelevised‘s monthly Lives project. This project is to show the connection behind real lives within this both crazy and wonderful city by asking it’s many residents one question a month. Our ultimate goal is to curate a collection of accounts on many topics, ending each month with an abstract poem created...

Esther Heller – “Ipomoea Alba” | Domicilium

Esther Heller came through to Domicilium in December to say farewell for now to Berlin. After getting into the Creative Writing program at Oxford, Esther has had to move to England to further hone her artistic skills. Her special multi-media set was a pleasure both to host and witness. You...

Esther Heller – “Lilium ‘Stargazer'” | Domicilium

Esther Heller came through to Domicilium in December to say farewell for now to Berlin. After getting into the Creative Writing program at Oxford, Esther has had to move to England to further hone her artistic skills. Her special multi-media set was a pleasure both to host and witness. You...

Esther Heller – “Echinopsis” | Domicilium

Esther Heller came through to Domicilium in December to say farewell for now to Berlin. After getting into the Creative Writing program at Oxford, Esther has had to move to England to further hone her artistic skills. Her special multi-media set was a pleasure both to host and witness. You...

How I Stay Alive: The Poem | Voices of Berlin – January

You come into existence, your brain comes online, you become a functioning unit then you’re like… the fuck? Today is the best day of your life… Just in a dream. Wow, this is a bit of a tightrope we all live on. I’ve thought many times about suicide… This repetitive,...

Esther Heller – “Aquarium” | Domicilium

Esther Heller came through to Domicilium in December to say farewell for now to Berlin. After getting into the Creative Writing program at Oxford, Esther has had to move to England to further hone her artistic skills. Her special multi-media set was a pleasure both to host and witness. You...

Esther Heller – “Golden Glitter” & “Uses of the Erotic” by Audre Lorde | Domicilium

Esther Heller came through to Domicilium in December to say farewell for now to Berlin. After getting into the Creative Writing program at Oxford, Esther has had to move to England to further hone her artistic skills. Her special multi-media set was a pleasure both to host and witness. You...

Elijah Elpenor – “Automatic” | Domicilium

Elijah Elpenor has been working on a series of automatically composed essays. His performance at Domicilium consisted of excerpts from a larger collection of these works. Camera: Marc Seestaedt, whose work can be found on his website. Thanks so much for checking out this performance. We are constantly trying to...

Olivia Shaw – “This Blaze Was Not a Mystery” | Domicilium

Olivia Shaw came to the Domicilium stage bearing pages from her journal. In an honest and vulnerable set, she offered us insight into daily musings, struggles, and inner turmoil. Camera: Marc Seestaedt, whose work can be found at https://www.marcseestaedt.de. Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the vibe!

Olivia Shaw – “The One You Choose” | Domicilium

Olivia Shaw came to the Domicilium stage bearing pages from her journal. In an honest and vulnerable set, she offered us insight into daily musings, struggles, and inner turmoil. Camera: Marc Seestaedt, whose work can be found at https://www.marcseestaedt.de. Don’t forget to subscribe if you like the vibe!

A.E. Sadeghipour – “Concrete Reign” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. Her poem “Concrete Reign” is a brief recounting of the memory of departing her birth country of Iran and the grief of her mother at having to do so. Find more...

A.E. Sadeghipour – “Madreseh” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. Her poem “Madraseh” is a short window in to the daily life and inquiries of a school girl in Iran. Find more of A.E. Sadeghipour on her website and on Instagram Camera:...

A.E. Sadeghipour – “White is Loveless” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. Her poem “White is Loveless” is a rumination on the growing significance of color in contemporary culture. Find more of A.E. Sadeghipour on her website and on Instagram Camera: Sara Herrlander, who...

A.E. Sadeghipour – ” Privilege of Assimilation” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. Her poem “Privilege of Assimilation” is an exploration of the tolls assimilation can take on a child transplanted to a new culture. Find more of A.E. Sadeghipour on her website and on...

A.E. Sadeghipour – “Persian Has No Pronouns” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. After revealing her obsession with the word ‘you’ to the audience, A.E. felt it necessary to explain from whence that obsession sprung. Her piece “Persian has No Pronouns” is an effort...

A.E. Sadeghipour – “Why Are You Here” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. Her set’s second piece was a continuation down the path of nerdiness with which the set opened. “Why are You Here” explores A.E.’s obsession with pronouns, grammar and syntax in a...

A.E. Sadeghipour – “If the BVG was an RPG” | Domicilium

A.E. Sadeghipour came to Domicilium equipped with a slew of fine poems which demonstrated the breadth of her oeuvre. She kicked off her set with this funny piece situated on the field of battle… Pokemon Battle. “If the BVG was an RPG” utilizes A.E.’s love for RPGs and her familiarity...