"Humboldt enters his own conference and lets the guests look into his research life. Lured by saxophone sounds,the guests follow him into the upper hall and listen to the words of the opening speech before HE, Humboldt, embarks on his next journey. There, too, Humboldt takes the guests with him, letting them linger in moments of his life burried deeply in HIMSELF.

For HIM, the sound of the saxophone portrays the path on which he moves through the land. In marked out areas he goes on a voyage of exploration and names what does not yet have a name."

Nicoletta Geiersbach



  Nicoletta Geiersbach, pantomime                                                                                        Raffael Kircher, saxophon