I am happy to work with talented Caleb Kylander of The Jamborines - he creates the perfect sounds for realizing my visions. It is the second time working with him for Pebelle fashion performances and so it makes me even happier that the song Manners we used for the performance "Till Death Do Us Part" was voted to be the "Song of the Day" on Austrian's Top Music Blog Audioheidi!
If you wanna check out more of this talented band, you don't have to wait much longer - the song will be part of their upcoming album, set to be released in November 2013. Watch out for the festival season, as these guys hit quite a couple of stages this spring/summer.
Pebelle x The Jamborines - a fashion performance @Kunsthalle Wien, MQ for Early Birds
"Till Death Do Us Part" - a view on the wedding vows and what lies beneath swearing to love someone untill the bitter end. A 4min performance, underlined by the great sound of the up and coming band "The Jamborines" plays with the aesthetics of a classical marriage ceremony but at the same time shows where, according to the wedding vows the end of it all lies: Death. Love beyond death, does it exist? Or was the classic wedding vow a backdoor that the church kept, so you are free to go along once your partner died. Don't young lovers believe in a love that last for an eternity wich includes death?
In Mexican culture death is nothing to be feared, so it is also nothing that divides people. During death day all beloved that had passed away come back for one night and celebrate amongst the living.
Our wedding performance plays with all these sides - ceremonies, love, joy, death - the bride and groom with classical sugar skull make up, the priest that unites the couple but also represents death.
One review even described the performance as a furneral procession!
It was a blast, it was amazing. And it made me happy to be doing what I am doing.
I wanna thank everyone involved in this project!
Art Conception, Costumes: Pebelle
Music: The Jamborines (Caleb Kylander)
Bride: Elena Shirin
Groom: Karl Diwisch (Karl der Schöne)
Priest: Caleb Kylander
4 Bridesmaides, Souls: Vasilena Gankovska, Petra Andjelkovic, Kristina Kölblinger, Lisa Fertner
Make Up: Jolien Hackett (Tatendrang), Shlomit Migay
Images: Charo Centurion
Early Birds: Maria Krasa, Florian Scheck
To get a feel of the sound that was composed and performed by The Jamborines singer Caleb Kylander, here you can listen to that great piece of music:
Images of that performance are here and if you want to see more check out my Facebook fan page:
hey hey hey - a lazy sunday? NO! lift yourself off the couch, get out, fight the snow and come visit PEBELLE at the TINGELTANGEL fleamarket today.
I will be selling my Vintage goodies (this time i bring some rad early 90's Western outfits) and my grandmother's leather case full of TIGHTS, SOCKS and LEGGINGS.
For everyone that thinks tie dye is always a matter of rainbow colours, I can assure you: this point of view is wrong. Tie dye doesn't necessarily have to have this blotchy-patchy look of the 70's but can contain of fine patterns, that enrich your fantasy.
I have recently published a sneak peak of the new series of knee high socks I did on Facebook. Soon after I was at an art event and received a lovely "review" of my work quoting that the design looks like muscles and nerves..... funny enough I often compared it with an x-ray mself, I was very touched and proud that my work triggers thoughts of interpretation.
So, as you can see tie dye and black/white are no enemies.
They can add something to one another.
Cheers, good night.