Sophie Lenglachner and Sophia Scherer |
Where does the human body and its subjective perception begin and where does it end? How can human language describe a non-human-perspective, which is forced to be humanized by the act of describing? The recorded text „Scheintotes Steinobst“ immerses listeners into the perspective of an apricot, which is transformed by alcoholic fermentation and reveals an excessive inner life. Space thereby expands the bodiless voice into a haptic dimension, which includes the bodies of the recipients within the narrative.