is choreographer, performer and theoretician (choreography/ aesthetic theory and practical philosophy). Her works encompass the choreography <conversation Piece: work release> (Tanzfabrik Berlin 2008), /"Dance"-"Lecture" /with Frédéric Gies (2007, Giessen), the lecture-performance /Contaminated/ (2005, Atelier Frankfurt), the site-specific audio-choreography /Cartographics/ (2002, Danças Na Cidade, Lissabon), and the research /Laboratoire du désoeuvrement/ (2001, Paris). After a several artistic and theoretical collaborations in Paris and Berlin (Antonia Baehr, Jérôme Bel, Alice Chauchat, Frédéric Gies, Laurent Goldring et al.), Sabisch received the award of the University of Greenwich (London) in 2004 for her theoretical research on contemporary choreography and the works of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. From 2004 to 2007 Sabisch has been involved as co-commissioner in the artist and producer collective /Fernwärme im Ausland/ (Berlin); from 2005 on, she is engaged in the development of the /Performing Arts Forum/ (PAF, St. Erme), and in the application of open source strategies in the Performing Arts with the open group /Everybodys/. Diverse international publications on dance/philosophy in Performing Arts Journals, anthologies; as well as translations from French.