What kind of environment is created when elements are removed from the familiar?
With every revision of a dictionary, words are created and other words get lost. In this way language is a powerful tool for representing the (changing) environment that’s surrounding us. How does a familiar landscape look without these words?
In another room an infinite algorithm appears in a familiar and friendly environment, reminiscent of a child’s birthday party.
In the third room ‚Echolalia’ is displayed, an audiovisial performative Installation. Echolalia is a normal developmental stage of social learning that involves the repetition of vocalizations made by another person. Echolalia is considered a speech disorder after a certain age. Echolalia is an audio-visual performative installation test in the basement of the Jägerhaus, once lived in by Goethe. It is in a very romantic and humid basement. It may be harmful to your health. Do not stay long. Echolalia is normal. Echolalia is a stage.
Lehrende: Ursula Damm
Teilnehmende: Maud Canisius, Sarah Hermanutz, Rachel Smith
Marienstraße 5, Keller