The nicest, most outlandish ideas, however, are documented in a video installation: Kate McIntosh (a New Zealander who is already well known at the Mousonturm theatre) and Eva Meyer-Keller provide variations on the wordplay of "de-placed", outside and inside, in nature and indoors. Karl Valentin could not have done it more strangely. The young shoot of a tree is folded into a glass, a dandelion clock is beaten with a stone, spray cream is used to glue leaves together, and cigarettes grow from a keyhole. Everything is slightly amiss, and yet has its own poetic logic. Two people had fun doing it, and now they are passing the fun on. Just how it should be.