Archive for November, 2005

Poky (jail) theatre – not poky at all

Sunday, November 20th, 2005

Last Friday I made a really special experience: I saw a play in Germany’s biggest jailhouse, the JVA Tegel, which is situated in Berlin. About 20 captives are performing a play by Heiner Müller. The play Horatier is produced by Kunstprojekt Aufbruch. Valérie Kröner, a friend of mine is in charge of the choreography, which […]

WEB.DE sucks!

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

Posting this within the category “Media Inspiration” is kind of a satire in this case, but what happend to me here seemed to have happend to many others and might be inspiring for WEB.DE users who haven’t made this experience yet: I have a free WEB.DE e-mail account since years and suddenly I received an […]

Why is six afraid of seven?

Monday, November 7th, 2005

Because seven eight nine. This is a joke which Roberto Benigni (yes, I admit, I am a fan of him) told Jim Jarmusch (I am a fan of him, too) in a phone call on the DVD of the wonderful film Down by Law (you guessed right, I am an absolute fan of this film).

New stuff at stoffres.de

Sunday, November 6th, 2005

As christmas is coming up, we decided to reduce the prices at our online-shop stoffres.de ["stoff" means cloth; "rest" means rest; therefore "stoffres.de" stands for "remnant"]. It was my good friend Ines’ idea to create and sell things like headbands, hats, bags, and wrist warmers and wrist bands which are made of remnants and I […]