Julya Rabinowich (* 1970 as Julya Borisowna Rabinowich , Юля Борисовна Рабинович , in Leningrad , Soviet Union ) is an Austrian writer , columnist , playwright , painter and interpreter.
Rabinowich is the daughter of the artist Nina Werzhbinskaja-Rabinowich and the painter Boris Rabinowich (1938–1988), whose work she exhibited in 2013 at the Jewish Museum Vienna . She came to Vienna from the Soviet Union in 1977 .
From 1993 to 1996 she studied interpreting at the University of Vienna and began studying painting and philosophy at the University of Applied Arts Vienna in 1998 , which she graduated with a diploma in 2006.
Rabinowich worked from 2006 to 2012 as an interpreter for Hemayat and the Diakonie refugee service with refugees as part of psychotherapy treatments . From 2012 to 2018 she wrote the column shaken not stirred in the daily newspaper Der Standard , she writes regularly for Kurier and Die Zeit .
In 2011 Rabinowich was nominated for the Bachmann Prize with an excerpt from her novel Die Erdfresserin .
In 2013 Rabinowich curated an art exhibition for the Jewish Museum in Vienna, in which the works of her father Boris Rabinowich were presented. Rabinowich lives and works as an author, playwright and painter in Vienna.
The film Herzjagen (2019) by Elisabeth Scharang is based on the novel Herznovelle by Julya Rabinowich, who made a cameo in the film .
Theater and world premieres
- 2007: after the border , WUK, Vienna
- 2008: Romeo + Julia , Schauspielhaus Vienna
- 2008: Orpheus in Nestroyhof , Nestroyhof Hamakom Theater, Vienna
- 2009: escape arias. Monologue for three voices and a keyboard , Volkstheater, Vienna
- 2010: Play without Jews , Volkstheater, Vienna
- 2010: emergence. An inventory , Volkstheater, Vienna
- 2014: Eclipse of the day, Landestheater Niederösterreich , directed by Martin Schleinzer
- 2018: Surfacing: An Inventory of Helplessness , Expats Theater Washington DC
- Split head. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2008, ISBN 978-3-552-06146-0 .
- Herznovelle. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2011, ISBN 978-3-552-06158-3 .
- The earth eater. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2012, ISBN 978-3-552-06195-8 .
- Toad love. Deuticke Verlag, Vienna 2016, ISBN 978-3-552-06311-2 .
- In between: me. Hanser Verlag, Munich 2016, ISBN 978-3-446-25306-3 .
- Behind glass. Hanser Verlag, Munich 2019, ISBN 978-3-446-26218-8 .
Awards and grants
- 2004: Working grant from the City of Vienna
- 2006: Scholarship from Wiener Wortstätten
- 2009: Work grant from the BKA
- 2009: MiA award
- 2009: Rauris Literature Prize
- 2010: Elias Canetti Scholarship
- 2011: Shortlist Ingeborg Bachmann Prize
- 2012: Elias Canetti Scholarship
- 2013: Marianne von Willemer Prize
- 2014: Vienna Women's Prize
- 2016: Lynx of the month (December 2016) for in between: me
- 2017: Austrian Children's and Youth Book Prize for in- between: Me
- 2017: Oldenburg Children's and Youth Book Prize for in- between: Me
- 2018: Friedrich Gerstäcker Prize for in between: Me
- Literature by and about Julya Rabinowich in the catalog of the German National Library
- Julya Rabinowich in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Julya Rabinowich's website
- Profile Julya Rabinowich on the website of the Hanser Verlag
- Interview in the Wiener Zeitung (print edition of March 21, 2009) ( Memento of January 17, 2010 in the Internet Archive )
- ↑ Peter Pisa: Julya Rabinowich: Eating earth so as not to bite the grass , in: Daily Kurier , Vienna, August 5, 2012, p. 23.
- ↑ Works of her father Boris Rabinovich - ethnic groups. Accessed January 31, 2018 .
- ↑ Julya Rabinowich. Accessed January 31, 2018 .
- ^ "Herzjagen": Elisabeth Scharang's ORF / BR drama with Martina Gedeck . OTS notification dated June 29, 2018, accessed June 12, 2019.
- ↑ Julya Rabinowich | DAUGHTERS AND SONS, 2014 | 21 used snow poles, marker pen, approx. 110 x 230 cm.
- ↑ Friedrich Gerstäcker Prize: Julya Rabinowich awarded for "In between: Me" . Article dated April 17, 2018, accessed April 18, 2018.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Rabinovič, Julija|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1970|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Leningrad|