If you would have to choose: Love play or fight?
Always fight. Love usually wins. Playing only separates. Without fighting, i wouldn’t be here — and Theater Neumarkt wouldn’t have sent me a questionnaire to fill out.
How do you protect yourself?
Performing grieving scores. Sharing. Transparency. Openness. Vulnerability.
How do you place yourself in the face of boundaries?
I used to cross them, myown and the boundaries of others. However, moving through accountability processes, I realized that only through facing my boundaries, healing will be achieved. „Learning Good Consent“,
edited by Cindy Crabb and Joy Mariama Smith’s Consent workshop both opened my eyes.
What is time?
Non-linear. Suspended. Circular. Never-ending.
What are you devoted for?
My pods & communities, my family, my practice, my systems of support & critical care.
What is it worth fighting for?
Your first theater experience?
In which idea you stay devoted to?
Self-Archiving / The Anarchive.
Working through trauma.
Being a parasite.
A parasite of the institution.
caner teker is a survivor, sex worker and a performance artist.
Forever Endless, Jayson Patterson & Caner Teker, M.I/mi1glissé, Berlin, 2018
Foto: © Spyros Rennt