Walk-in installation for one person

From the outside, A b s a t z is a box. It invites you to explore its monolithic architecture. On the inside, it is tight and silently lonely. But if you follow the lure of the light it can lead to an encounter with the protagonist from Kafka’s story “The Cares of a Family Man”, the word O d r a d e k . It flits through the picture, rustles in the walls, tells its story and ultimately demands an about-turn. The whole thing looks senseless enough, but in its own way perfectly finished. 

Box construction: Simon Oehrle
Technical direction: Florian Dobener, Asja Mahgoub
Photos: äöü, Dirk Rose

Premiere: 7. February 2018 at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies Gießen.
Invited to HTA Day 2018 at Frankfurt LAB, Zeitzeug_ Festival 2018 in Bochum and Atelier No. 63 in February 2020 at PACT Zollverein in Essen.