TheIIPM – International Institute of Political Murder, based in Switzerland and Germany, was founded by Milo Rau in 2007 for the creation and international utilisation of his theatre productions, actions and films. Since its founding, IIPM has focused on the multimedia treatment of historical and sociopolitical conflicts, bringing to the stage such topics as the execution of Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu (“The Last Days of the Ceausescus”), the Rwandan genocide (“Hate Radio”) and the Norwegian terrorist Anders B. Breivik (“Breivik’s Statement”). Another performance project enacted a battle with a Swiss town parliament over the right of foreigners to vote (“City of Change”). In spring 2013, IIPM brought a completely new theatre format to life with two multi-day judicial spectacles (“The Moscow Trials” and “The Zurich Trials”). Most recently, the IIPM caused a sensation with the internationally acclaimed productions "Five Easy Pieces" (2016), "General Assembly" (2017) and "The Repetition" (2018).
AugustinPR has been responsible for IIPM’s press and public relations since 2009.
LaborGras The dancers’ collective was founded in 1994 by the dancer-choreographers Renate Graziadei and Arthur Stäldi. AugustinPR was responsible for LaborGras’s press and public relations from 2009 till 2013.
2015 leitete AugustinPR die gesamte Kommunikation für den"2. Berliner Herbstsalon", der vom 13.-29. November am Maxim-Gorki-Theater Berlin stattfand. Organisiert von Shermin Langhoff mit Aljoscha Begrich, Çağla İlk und Antje Weitzel.
ANÆSTHESIA (11/2009, Radialsystem V) “Anaesthesia,” the second joint production by Berlin theater ensemble Nico and the Navigators, known for its unmistakable imagery, and the Austrian Musicbanda Franui, is devoted to the monumental opera and oratorio works of George Frideric Handel.