Good Girls Go To Heaven, Bad Girls Go To Zurich

The aim of Coffee Talks Zurich was to explore the possibilities of intervening in public space in that city, more specifically in the red light district. My piece consisted in designing a confessional for public space, where there was no hierarchy in the position of the one who confesses himself and the one who listens to the confession, and that was all open, exposing the action. People were invited to seat and a singer would sing them “Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing“, by the American artist Chris Isaak.

Invitation for the live event.

Image views from the event. Photos by David Müller. Performer: Anja Moon.

Image views from the event. Photos by David Müller. Performer: Anja Moon.


Confessional piece as part of the installation: Good Girls Go to Heaven, Bad Girls Go to Zurich, installation, mixed media, 2012 for Coffee Talks, Zurich, curated by Candida Pestana at perla Mode – Message Salon.

Learning how to kill ants and other sins (part 1) as part of the installation: Good Girls Go to Heaven, Bad Girls Go to Zurichinstallation, mixed media, 2012 for Coffee Talks Zurich, curated by Candida Pestana at perla Mode – Message Salon.

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