„the world’s eerie sound“ (german: der welt schauriger klang) is a follow up performance I did with the same lineup at the performance series „bewegungsfreiheit“ (freedom of movement) at literaturhaus in munich, making the audience drift with all senses into a magical world of fairytales both dreary and cheerful.
Literaturhaus is an organisation that promotes the written word of both german and international writers. their mission is to create a space for dialogue, from current themes and authors to the fundamental questions of literature.
In their own words:
“A meeting place for book-sippers and page-nibblers, movie-talkers and flaneure, penny-a-liners and foehn detectives, frugal feasters and starving artists, radar thinkers and daydreamers, portly poets and docile fools, in short:
A retreat in the thicket of the city for all who keep an ear out for jingles or simply wish to wait a little longer for Godot.”
But the waiting here is no torture. it’s a lot of fun since their events are amazing and always a great chance to meet cool and interesting people.
we had a several chances to play there in 2003. one was this performance of yet another set of eerie fairy tales. they gave us carte blanche to present ourselves, so we put together not only music and a performance that included me cooking and eating scrambled eggs (we miked the mini stove and used the sound of cooking eggs as soundeffect)!
yeah, we saw the bookworms make funny faces at that, haha…
we also put some crazy visuals to the music. they were gracefully executed by munich based visual designer birgit nagengast.