Eszter Némethi (1987, Budapest) is a theatre maker, curator and researcher based in Brussels. She is interested in the space between people, contexts and ideas and creating structures (practical, dramaturgical and spatial) that can be inhabited by others.
Coming from a background in documentary theatre, over the last years Eszter has been developing a site-responsive practice of reading ‘border metaphors’ and the liminal spaces of border zones in collective ways, trying to both highlight and queer the narratives constructing them. This often combines play, pedagogy and reading as methodologies, inviting the audience to activate and inhabit the work. She is interested in exploring the relation of public spaces and border zones in the way in which they are sites of the emergence of narratives of communities regarding themselves.