Coming from two artists who worked within the means of interview, - Hubert Fichte (St. Pauli Interviews) and Pier Paolo Pasolini (Comzizi dàmore - Gastmal der Liebe) have attempted to teach students, how that is to develop questions behind the camera as well as to place questions and answer questions: Which question should be most important? What are we interested in? Wheredo we start, where do we stop? Why is something most important?
The students interview each other, stage little scenes, go on the street, and present their questions to people. Accompanying this workshop is physical activity for the actors, for spontenaity as well as to sharpen their observation that Johannes Burr lead through during his stay in March and April 2006.
The project is a part of Johannes Burr's larger work "Motivationsforschung", in which he includes the residents of the region of Ahrenshoop. This motivation research understands the artist who is examining the performative quality of our everyday lives: the performance is conscience appropriate strategy for everyday and as visible making unconscience as well as invisible qualities of everyday, with which he rents a mythical dimension. A first public presentation will be installed with drawings and videos in Fall 2006 in the Richard-Wossidlo-Gymnsium. The presentation of his work is scheduled to be installed in the Kunsthalle Rostock for 2007.