In 1944, Wilhelm Klutz, a German soldier takes the identity of a French soldier, Louis Duteil, to marry a French woman, Odette Garnier. Upon release, Henry Duteil part. search of his brother Louis, whose whereabouts are unknown. In 1982, John, the son of Odette and Wilhelm, trying to find his father. The text of Jean-Paul wenzel tents and Bernard Bloch, adapted by Cecile Backès, the director, and juxtaposes alternating four voices, in short sequences, those of Henry Wilhelm. Odette and John. Multiplication-estate instantaneous views, concerns. Dispersion-burst timing and locations: Then and. Each sequence in his voice, his time and place, is part of a puzzle that will eventually be recomposed, the origins of John and the fate of his parents combined. The room is suit, investigation, looking breathless. It is the oratorio in its polyphony of voices mixed. It gets denser the emergence of other voices, those off there. But this adventure, suspense, such as "choir" seduce all they inspire in viewers a reflection parallel to those. protagonists: he also faced with the patchwork of these lives there, copies of our time, he wondered about his origins, his identity, the chances that President. Faerber (assistant sound & video creation, sound control), Frederick Steiner Sarrieux (General Authority and light control) Laurie David (Preparation stage management), Christelle. . . Sweet Life is the title of the new catalog of the Rotterdam sculptor Anne Wenzel. The title of the book is taken from the facility in 2005 wenzel tents TENT made. The installation marks the beginning of a new phase in its work, the transition from sculpture to complex installations. The works function as cinematic settings in which black ceramic objects form a tranquil scene when the remains of a dramatic event. The past two years was Anne wenzel tents (solo) exhibitions SM Den Bosch and Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, and in 2007 she was nominated for the Prix de Rome. The Sweet Life catalog on Thursday 29 May at The Evening of Anne wenzel tents presented. Arts journalist and writer Hans den Hartog Jager talks to Anne Wenzel, filmmaker Fred Ernst made a video portrait of the artist. The author Sanneke Hasselblad read a story from her acclaimed short story artist Freezing Rain and Kim Zieschang serves Kitsch Royal: black-pink snacks and drinks. The evening concluded with an energetic performance of punckrockband JC Thomaz & The Missing Slippers. .