This was the second "das _____" performance. It really sought to place "das" in the academic-aesthetic historical-discourse via a performance art lecture. I performed this 3 hour TED talk-esq experiment at Emerson College. It featured lip-syncing, reclamation of play-submission-feedback, sound collages, John Cage-ian boredom, a history of Das' origin, and more. Through this performance I began to realize that das is a reach towards the avant-garde independent European artists I love, but firmly planted in the history and path I have been on as an American.
there's good documentation and maybe one day i will do something with it!