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Im Bauch vom Boot herrscht keine Not
Nina Glockner, de/nl / 15 minutes
description of action:
objects involved: stool, rope, egg, blue coat, tassel (hanging)
I stand on the stool. I bend down and grab the egg using my mouth.
The egg stays in my mouth. I take the rope. I jump rope. The stool breaks.
I want to become the rope. My body copies the rope.
I want to become the coat. My body copies the coat.
The coat covers me and the stool. We want to become a beast.
This beast moves under the hanging tassel. I attach the coat to the tassel and turn it in.
The tassel and the coat want to become a lightheaded Human.
I stand aside and watch him.
I put the coat on connected to the tassel. I want to become a hanging Human.
The coat and me want to become a lightheaded Human. We move to the middle of the space and start turning until we are lightheaded.
I want to communicate with the stool which wants to become a beast.
I repair the stool with the rope.
I want to become the stool which wants to become a beast. I copy the beast.
I want the beast to become lightheaded. I turn the beast connected to the rope around and sing a German lullaby. The beast falls apart again.
I hang the beast next to the tassel. I hang the coat next to the hanging beast.
I hang myself next to the coat. I close my mouth by eating the egg.
I dump myself down and leave.