Ute Schall studied Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen and has worked as a video artist, camerawoman, film director and film editor. She was part of the performance group, Tschaikusis and is a founding member of the artists and performance collective, ‘hangover ltd’ with work including ‘Remake’ (which won first prize at the Oberhausener Short Film Festival). As a film maker she collaborates with Christine Groß on pieces including, ‘I must regenerate myself, artistically’ (International Shorts Competition, Berlinale). As a video artist and live camerawoman, Ute Schall has developed a close working relationship with René Pollesch, with whom she has collaborated at various German theatres since 2002: most recently on, ‘Melissa gets everything’ and ‘Nevsky Prospekt’ at the Deutsches Theater Berlin and ‘Problems, Problems, Problems’ at the Hamburg Schauspielhaus. Since 2012 she has also worked on many of Stefan Pucher’s productions: ‘Satan’s Brew’, ‘The Maids’, ‘Waiting Room’ and ‘King Lear’ at the Munich Kammerspiele and ‘An Enemy of the People’ at the Zurich Schauspielhaus (Berliner Theatertreffen 2016).