Grope (20-150 min.)

Gisela Hochuli puts two glasses attached to cords, which are filled with water on one finger each and connects the eyes with a scarf. Then she goes blind and sway, dangling the glasses in front of her body, crisscrossing the garden. It collides with stones, plants and the demarcation of the garden like a wall or hedge. It goes further and is guided by the feeling, the quiet sounds of the wind, the moving plants and the audience. The dangling glasses weigh themselves as they walk, seem to expand the body and act as a kind of sensor. The water vibrates in the glass.