An unexpected Heimat break – Reith near Kitzbühel

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Its snowing, the white, its deep, the snow shoes, they clip, the Eskimos, how did they do it?, seal skin rope?, walk off, up, steep, up, steep, woods, Bach, burn, brook, the English say, up, the sun, up, steep, and deep, my breath, hear it, must loose weight, feel good, Heimweh, could I live here, again?, Kurz-Österreich, Brexit Britain,  Heimweh-Ferweh, up, sweat, must loose weight, ski slope, not skiers, today, the hill for myself, the mountain, over, up, down, new road, tunnel, for the skiers, the Gasthaus, all new, Treichl, where are you?, all new, all trendy so many guests, so many skiers, Schnitzl, und Kaiserschmarren, yum, Heimat, walk on, our house, Mutti sold it, all fancy, much bigger, no one there, second home, walk on, walk on, past toboggan run, the lift, the mountains, the view, the Kaiser, the sun, paradise?, down again the white fluff, fluff, fluff, down, fast, glad we did it, the PCR test, the passenger locator form the hassle, the Kurz, and his corruption, down, no sweat, no need to loose weight, the Bach, the burn, the brook, trees, the house. Can I have some Glühwein?

Claudia Zeiske

United Kingdom

Writer in residence Writer in residence 2021/22

Claudia Zeiske is a Scotland based curator and art activist who realises a lot of her projects through walking, bringing people, ideas and politics together.

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