katze und krieg temporarily move into a vacant store. They distribute flyers throughout the city, inviting people to visit them on site and tell them a personal lovestory. In total, katze und krieg collect ten stories. Afterwards, on ten consecutive days, they create each day a performance from one of the love stories and show it publicly to an invited audience on the same evening.
In one the performance “they go crazy” katze und krieg spin around until they fall under a rain of soap bubbles and flour. In the performance “accidentally determined” they kiss each other to unbearable lengths. In the performance “traumhaft tanzen” the two experiment with lifting each other up, carrying each other, or catching the other when they suddenly drop. Over the course of ten days, katze und krieg present their audiences different ways of loving. The person who told katze und krieg their story sits unrecognized in the audience and can review his or her own experience with love in an interpretation by katze und krieg.
katze und krieg, as well as two guest performances by Christina Kramer and Bianca Muckelmann
On September, 15, 2007 the store was opened with soup and wine.
From September 16-26, 2007 the store opened for the public to tell katze und krieg love stories.
On September 27, 2007 the performance “accidentally determined” was shown.
On September 28, 2007 the performance “Sonntag Mittwoch Sonntag” was shown.
On September 29, 2007 the performance “Hungerkünstler forever” was shown.
On September 30, 2007 the performance “Kopf jenseits Körper Analyse” was shown.
On October 01, 2007 the performance “through three worlds” was shown.
On October 2, 2007 the performance “on the yellow road” was performed.
On October 3, 2007 the performance “liebeschmelzen” was shown.
On October 4, 2007 the performance “why pearl jam?” was shown.
On October 5, 2007 the performance “traumhaft tanzen” was shown.
On October 6, 2007 the performance “they go crazy” was shown.
The project took place in the context of the exhibition “kunst 8 – temporäre Heimat”, curated by Anne Müller von der Hagen and David Reuter.