Justus-Liebig-Universität GießenInstitut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

Pulp - History as a Warm Wet Place

We asked ourselves how wetness and stickiness could be a way of tracing the sliding of time. We started to build an intuitive archeology digesting the leftovers of the past 400 years in disrupted references. A soft, wet, shapeless mass of material that allowed our bodies to be unsynchronized. Hands became older than the rest of the body and we had to learn how to use them. Five bodies monstrously transforming, supporting each other with slippery and sticky hands.