This film was originally made for projecting onto three screens each depicting different side of Merzbau in order to re-create the atmosphere of the reconstructed Merzbau. Premiered at Artist Television Access in San Francisco California.
During the period from 1923 to 1937, Kurt Schwitters decorated his studio using a concept he called Merz. Merz is to unite art with "non-art", appropriating fragments from his life which he used to describe and give meaning to the world around him. This film explores a reconstructed Merzbau, by Peter Bisseger, which was displayed in the Berkeley Art Museum in the fall of 2011. Features audio recording of the museum lecture by Mona Caron, the daughter of Bisseger.