Curiosities and phenomena
Curiosities of everyday life are an excellent alternative and addition to classical close-up magic.
With the help of dexterity and knowledge, the artists present curiosities and phenomena. Exciting 3D puzzles have to be solved: How do you get a cylinder out of a housing without touching it? Is it possible to hold a bottle upside down with two fingers even though there is water in it?
The pencil with loop. The loop is too short, but the knot is still tied quickly. How does this work?
How do you free the euro from the euro trap and how does the artist unleash himself and his guests with household rubbers?
The mere attempts of the spectators to solve these humorous tasks provide a high entertainment value. The resolutions are full of humour and with their simplicity and punch line they evoke enthusiastic reactions. With this in mind, let yourself be enchanted with fun!
Rating: Particularly entertaining!
sense and purpose
✔ Ingenious at close range.
✔ Alternative and addition to close-up magic.
✔ Public participation.
The curiosities fit to almost every walkact figure.
Pilot (flight laws)