WOFF is a party-series that considers party as a collective space of playful disorientation. Invented by Benjamin Egger for the non-profit artspaces of Zurich, the parties now are organized by Benjamin Egger, Gregory Hari, Esther Kempf, Monica Germann and Luca Büchler. They take place in a playfully decorated environment in different locations in Zurich and each time focus on a theme related to the particular date.
WOFFWOFFWOFFWOFFWOFFWOFFWOFFWOFF – The Dancing On My Own Edition, Shedhalle Zurich, 31 August 2019
The essay «AN DER GRENZE ZUR ANDERSARTIGKEIT – MÖGLICHKEITEN EINER SPEZIESÜBERGREIFENDEN KOMMUNIKATION» [At the Border to Otherness – The Potential of Cross-Species Communication] is published in the book ent/grenzen – Künstlerische und kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven auf Grenzräume, Migration und Ungleichheit [un/bordered – artistic perspectives on border areas, migration and inequality] and elaborates on the potential of a cross-species communication on the base of practical experiences with animals.
Benjamin Egger on a pony, 1989