Hold on to your body parts, your senses. At the breakfast table, we slide together. See lights in the dark and make three crosses as you walk down the carpet. Relax in a square meter: a kaleidoscope of leisure and dessert. You have the choice, he the jellyfish. We hum a Russian roulette. Bet, place, lay and/or feed the chickens. Your turn.
Throughout the entire duration of “Watch out!” the Dresden artist Magdalena Weniger offers enough space for romping and lingering, doing and letting go. With her help, the Nancy Spero Hall in the Festspielhaus becomes a room with many rooms.