This living visual installation by two young artists who, for the sake of fairness, call themselves Frank&Robbert/Robbert&Frank lasts an hour and is suitable for anyone age eight and up.
The performance is filled with robust, simple materials like pieces of wood scattered on an abandoned plain. Here and there are pieces of iron and some plastic. Otherwise, all is emptiness. Is this the wilderness we all long for? Are we in Saudi Arabia, in Arizona, or on some deserted beach?
The landscape is constantly changing; all these simple, colorful objects could be played with to show all the (im)possibilities of theater. There's a wooden cow, a talking sculpture, a ladder, a suitcase, and a toy car. Thanks two our two "cowboys of slapstick," this landscape begins to look more orderly. It is filled up, given warm and positive colors. It is an exciting world, light-years removed from linear narrative.