Gathering at Cabaret Voltaire

We advertised our project on a public event called "Spatenstich im Dada Haus". Dada Haus, or more precise Cabaret Voltaire, is the place where Dadaism was born in 1916.

After a short performance and introduction by our crew the artist Pirmin Breu sprayed his graffiti on the historic walls. About these walls: In the last picture posted in this story you can see a work of Jonathan Meese, a German action- and performane artist. The red painting in the background. It had a price of about $170'000 if it would be transportable instead painted on the wall. Now Pirmin has to paint it over! It was a breathtaking action for all the attendees to watch Pirmin creating his art. This unique experience of pooling cultural engaged people stands for what this community is all about! Thank you very much for the pleasure.

In connection with this event the gallery Hauser & Wirth Zurich pointed out that some years ago Christoph Büchel, one of their artist persued to bury a plane, too. Well, I will try to find out more about his breakdown.

Regulars' Table - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

We gather every Thursday at the restaurant Volkshaus in Zurich to bring our virtual community to the real world. This is your opportunity to meet other members of Bury the Jumbo face to face, have a chat with them and enjoy a drink or two.

Have a look at the video to see us celebrating the first regulars' table!

Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

Chris the promising musician - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

As Chris was working on his music in his lonesome studio somewhere at Langstrasse, Zurich, he took the opportunity to show his qualities on our platform. We are now producers of the music used in our videos and thus we save the producers' licens fees. Dear Chris & Leslie, your music sounds really awsom. And to watch your finger work is great entertainment, too.
Dear music producers, take notice of his work!

Dress like a stewardess - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

Join our charming cabin crew by putting on one of these lovely flight attendend dresses that were designed by Quature, a group of upcoming fashion designers in Bern. These four young ladies are studying tailoring and took the opportunity to show us the art of their trade. BRAVO!

The young fashion label Tutu M. designed these costumes and reaped big rewards. Specially by the Captain! It is heart-warming to see what people are able to do if they are given reason to be creative! That is what our community is all about.

The dresses are tailor-made and handcrafted in Switzerland. Just send a message to the Captain to place your orders!

***TERMINATED*** What should grow in the captain's face?

To make you comfortable with your newly obtained power we launch a first harmless poll called "What should grow in the Captains face?" You will see, it works!

Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

Nothing
18% (4 votes)
Mustache
27% (6 votes)
Full beard
55% (12 votes)
Total votes: 22

We try everything to collect some money - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

Next to the Captain the glorious David Greenlees. He manages to find some time besides his engagement with Tonhalle Orchester and Stradivari Quartett! Yes, he is one of the world's top violists. All the best for your career and hopefully your playing will come along with us!

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