In training, 2010
2-channel HD video on Flatscreens, grandstand object, LCD monitor, 6 b/w copies,, 13m 6s
Since the mid-90s "Radical Cheerleading" established itself as an innovative form of street protest.
Political activists and feminists adopted rhythm and choreography from cheerleading to enliven demonstrations
or to stage their political protest in a spectacular way.
For the work "In training" I introduced a Viennese cheerleading team to the idea of "Radical Cheerleading" and motivated them
to use their skills to communicate their own political content.