You design the location of NIMMERSATT

Supkultur's festival NIMMERSATT takes place every month at the club supermarket. Live in concert: MARYLANE, FILEWILE, FREIRAUM.

BTJ is mandated to design the location. Every month a new look. You can contribute your ideas, the community will help you to realise them. Production costs are payed.

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Lovely handmade pottery from Zurich

Therese Müller crafts wonderful ceramic goods. Next to her creations you can find works of guests in her own boutique einsA.

Opening on 28 Thursday, aperitif starts at 5p.m.

This is definitely worth a visit!

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Fashionslave: First Collection BALAGAN

Our friends from fashionslave (Menswear & Style Gallery) are well know from the fashion event ART LAUF, where BTJ promoted its shirts.

Barbara Furer, Laura Bättig and Selina Stöckli (fashionslave) follow up on their promise and presents a first collection. In collaboration with Raul Egloff Alcaide, fashionslave proudly presents:

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The show is a private function by reason of a limited number of seats and an unlimited number of interested people. If you have a very strong argument: we are able to smuggle you into the show anyway.

European Tour - Vienna - impact

During the European Tour we have visited the squated university of Vienna, where we presented Bury the Jumbo. See video.

There is an Article about BTJ in the student's newspaper now.

See attached file on page 12.

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Is BTJ kinki, too?

kinki is a swiss magzine for exciting stories, sound, fashion and young art - lifestyle in Switzerland.

We are applying for the placement of Bury the Jumbo in the kinki magazine.

You will be able to decide this possible collaboration by a poll. As soon as we have more information.

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See the application.

Los Tigres Tangueros

In January, our Creative Contributor Chris is going to Argentina for 3 months. He and his colleague have been granted by the City and Canton of Zurich to represent "Helvetic Tango" in Buenos Aires.

This is a honourable duty and we are very proud of you - Olé, los muchachos!

Los Tigres Tangueros on myspace.

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BTJ European Tour in Paris - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

The last stop-over of the European Tour 2009 is Paris.

Bury & the Captain connected with the artists of 59Rivoli, an alternative culturel collective.

Bury was crying, the Captain died and the Jumbo crashed next to the Eiffel Tower.

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BTJ European Tour in London - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

In London, Frances Belser joined Bury & the Captain for a promotion action. 

In addition, B. & the C. met ZOOT WOMAN's Jasmin O'Meara to hand our Black Pin (for Creative Contributors) over to her.

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Christmas installation

For BTJ's Great Final Action of 2009, Frances Belser contributes one of her striking truisms:


Patrick Graf paints each single letter on a white rice bags (100x40cm, see below). These bags are filled up with helium and placed in a row. The sentence hovers in the air and people can read it from a distance. 

Now its your turn! Tell us your thoughts: where to place the installation in Zurich? How can we develop the action? Should we play music while performing etc.? Please comment or e-mail.

Many thanks to Hastings Audio Network, Zurich, which supports this action.


We are very thankful for all the communities' help! The action will take place on December 22 @Bally, Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich, 5 p.m.

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BTJ European Tour in Venlo, Netherlands - Let's Bury the Jumbo Boeing 747!

After the people from Qreamteam have visited BTJ in Zurich (see story), Bury & The Captain met the guys again on their European Tour in Venlo, Netherlands.

After the presentation of the creative business model of Qreamteam, they have been introduced to Mieke Smits, Director of IRFAK, a company which produces food for the Third World - using human fat.

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