Opera installation in public space by Mathis Nitschke

Thomas Jonigk (Libretto), Martina Koppelstetter (Isolde), Klaus-Peter Werani (Viola), Katharina Dobner (Costume)

8 to 12 July 2019, daily 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., entrance of the Kunsthalle München, Theatinerstraße 8

Admission free as long as space available (maximum 50 spectators)

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No admission after start. Accessible to all.

Tuesday, 9 July 2019, 8 pm: Mathis Nitschke, Martina Koppelstetter and Klaus-Peter Werani in conversation with Elsa Büsing

The pedestrian zone in front of the Kunsthalle Munich: There, a homeless person appears in the midst of lustfully shopping, well dressed people. In the hopelessness of her existence, she transfigures everything ordinary into art. Sounds from her memory fit into an orchestration of the urban sound space. Everything she hears becomes a global song in which, like Wagner’s Isolde, she finds redemption through death and resurrection in love.

Similar to Viola and Katharina, the audience sits in the entrance area of the Kunsthalle after closing time, with a view through the glass panes onto the pedestrian zone. With the help of transducers, the windows become a sounding membrane that connects the inside with the outside.

In the context of FREQUENZEN – Acoustic Dimensions of the City:


With the kind support of:

Flyer Foto: Mathis Nitschke, Graphics design: Anja Gerscher