I live with my brat in a high-rise flat

Kathi Kæppel

The title “I live with my brat in a high-rise flat" refers to Roald Dahl's adaptation of the children’s rhyme "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary", where a brief, humorous conversation takes place about a flourishing garden. The Infinity installation of mirrored glass transports the nature of a garden into the urban space as fragmentary drawings: one line growing beside another: wild, raw, reduced, irregular and, at the same time, delicate.

The SEVEN SWANS is one of only three vegetarian star restaurants in Germany. Ricky Saward cooks here with talents acquired at the permaculture brewers meadows at the city gates, and, among other awards, was honored with the Michelin-Sustainability Award in 2017.

*Roald Dahl: Rhyme Stew, Jonathan Cape, London 1989.

Kathi Kæppel

Artist Kathi Kæppel lives and works in Frankfurt. She studied at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee and the UCA, UK. At the core of her artistic works are installations combining visual and descriptive elements of narrative cinema with reality. In this way, she creates multi-layered graphic and cinematic spaces. Most recently, she taught as a visiting professor at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee. She has been awarded various international prizes and scholarships.


I live with my brat in a high-rise flat

Lichtkunst Indoor

  • 12. und 15.03.20, 19:30–22:30 Uhr
  • Begrenzter Einlass, kostenfreie Tickets am Eingang
  • Seven Swans, Fischergasse 7, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

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