PERFORMANCE BY ROBERT STEINBERGER | ZÜRICH MOVES

Robert Steinberger
let me go... down
(as part of Zürich Moves curated by Marc Streit)

22.03.18 at 21:00 (45 mins)

My Dear,
It’s been almost six years exactly, and I still long for you. Actually, I’m desperate. I’ve gone through a lot of changes and transformations since our last encounter in California. I discovered the joys and pleasures of short liaisons, yet my loneliness prevails.
I had a dream: an embrace from behind. I remember the sensation – a tingling all across my back. I felt taken care of, as if someone cared about me. I smiled. I was calm and happy. I felt like I arrived. In the arms of somebody.
I’ve said goodbye to love many times these past years and, yet, I don’t want to be alone. My longing returns like a song that I can’t get out of my head.
I want to perform for you. I want to give you a show. I might fail, I might not be good enough, but I want to try. I’m ready to humiliate and destroy myself, to become someone new. With you.
Yours,
Robert

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Robert Steinberger was born 1989 in Cologne, Germany. In 2011 earned BA in Visual Arts at San Diego State Universiy, CA, USA. Lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland. Aside from performance, Robert Steinberger curates and writes as part of his artistic practice, working both solo and collaboratively. He co-founded the artist and curatorial collective FRICTION in 2012. He has exhibited and performed works at LISTE Basel, Stadtgalerie Bern, as well as Theatre Gessnerallee, Haus Konstruktiv, Atelier Hermann Haller, Réunion, Perla-Mode in Zürich, and the Art Institute in San Diego, CA, among others.
www.robertsteinberger.com

Concept & Performance: Robert Steinberger Music Production: Guillaume Trionfo Voice Coach: Sabina Leone

Robert Steinberger would like to thank the following people for their generous support and help during the process:
Gioia Dal Molin, Benjamin Egger, Michelle Ettlin, Anna Francke, Jessica Huber, Lea Loeb, Esther Mathis, Marc Streit, Jeremy Wade, Andreas Wagner and Gessnerallee Zurich