"Snakes don't eat apples", during "back to the hunting ground", Galerie Jaap Sleper, 2012
- material: 1000 leather patches, my first computer, fabric music and papier mache rocks
- A satyrical/carnavalseque ecclectic performance dealing with the different symbolisms of the snake in various cultures from indian , touching on the juxtaposition of christianity and other indigenous cultures.
The narrative is as follows; a snake is being brought in by a tribe, they dance and chant around it, celebrating their catch. The snake turns out to be posessed by something. As the tribe lays next to it, the snake starts to snake dance. Out of the belly of the snake the universe is born. It comes out of the snake and brings the tribe knowledge and technolgy through a computer. The snake is put in his original habitat in a tree, by the tribe and the universe.