"Death is certain started from a wish to do something really simple and easily accessible. I got interested in fairy tales, because they leave a lot of space for projection and the 'action' to project seems essential to perceive them." (Meyer-Keller, 2003)
Eva Meyer-Keller performs internationally as well as organising festivals and events. She collaborats with other artists and groups also. I have interviewed her between her performances of Death is Certain at Norwich and Norfolk Festival, on her work including Volksballons und geklonte Krieger/People's balloons And cloned warriors at Palast der Republik in Berlin, and how she connects with her audience.
Eva Meyer-Keller preparing Death is Certain
Meyer-Keller, E. (2003) From the Klapstuk festival program, October 2003: From an interview with Sally de Kunst. [Online] http://www.evamk.de/daten/d_sally.html [14/05/2010]
Goethe-Institut  Eva Meyer-Keller. [Online] http://www.goethe.de/kue/tut/cho/cho/mr/mey/enindex.htm [14/05/2010]
Tollmann, V. (Trans. Mahoney, N.) (2009) Eva Meyer-Keller: Building after Catastrophes/Handmade. [Online] http://www.goethe.de/ges/umw/prj/kuk/fot/eva/enindex.htm [14/05/2010]
Vivid (2005) Artfest 06. [Online] http://www.vivid.org.uk/projects.php?work=34 [14/05/2010]