From the very beginning the performance
was planned to be interactive, that is happening right amongst the spectators,
where the spectators become the participants. The performance is divided
into two parts - two separate days.
People are invited into the show room
where they find a man sitting on a chair with a paper box covering his
head. Satying blindfolded that way he is performing some monotonous actions
(in our case he was making paper jets and threw tem into the crowd).The
walls are covered with paper curtains, that hide the paintngs on the walls,
so that people canot see them from the beginning.
Gradually, one by one four characters
enter the space, who are going to get acquainted with the spectators and
with each other, while roaming around. Later on, they bring in some parts
of the installations (broken piano, paper boxes, metal and card board tubes),
beging to put them together, and the present people are involved
in building this object.
By the time the object is done the process
flows into a general dancing celebration of the event. Meanwhile the remains
of the paper curtains are totally removed and the paintings become visible.
On the Day Two (which happened in a week)
the people came to find out that the charecters have grown wings and the
object turns out to be a musical instrument. This time the performers try
to learn to play this instrument, taking turns till they finally begin
to fight each other and break the instrument.
Right then the mysterious man with the
box on his head stands up, unblindfolds himself and approaches the broken
object. There he gets one of the parts of the former instrument and brings
it away out of the showspace.
The four performers turn into panic and
destroy the remains of the instrument, scattering its parts alla round
Thus they return to where they started
After the performance an auction was held,
where some pieces of the installations were sold.
The performance was accompanied by the
Naked Loneliness, that was recorded specially for this event.