Danielle de Picciotto & Alexander Hacke
The Glasshouse is an experimental, silent movie, In which Danielle de Picciotto recounts her last bizarre night in NYC in 1986 which turned into a nightmarish dinner filled with terror, strengthening her resolution to leave the crime and drug riddled city of the eighties and also serving as a metaphor for the growing fear and paranoia in our society.
Danielle de Picciotto & Alexander Hacke have initiated Audio / Visual Productions since 2001. In 2011 Alexander composed a Soundtrack for the silent Glasshouse version and in 2012 they toured with the project, inviting guest musicians to participate:
The Nihilist Spasm Band in London, Ontario
Paul Browse in Berlin, Germany
David Eugene Edwards in Denver, Colorado
Steve Forker in Denver, Colorado
Algis Antanas Kizys in Brooklyn, NY
This DVD Contains the Movie as shown during the performances with a choice of five different audio recordings from Berlin, Denver, London, Kärnten, Austria and NYC.
Extras: The initial short film which inspired the project and live footage from the shows.
If you are interested in purchasing this very limited edition