Frag uns nicht, wer wir sind is a 1-hour performance-concert hybrid based upon the biblical story of the three magi. The project was one of the winning propositions for the weit& initiative, in which the selected artist has to explore the space of a a Catholic church from Zürich (in my case: the DreikönigenKirche). The main topics it concentrates on are communication, identity and connectedness and it was conceived as having both an artistic dimension and a spiritual one. The matter out of which is constructed is based on the selected texts, music, movement (both live and virtual) and lights. The live movement is performed by a master of ceremony, role which is fulfilled by Meinrad Furrer, theologian and the weit& coordinator. Through his actions - more akin to rituals - there is an attempt to create the illusion of invoking voices from the loudspeakers, which gradually are exposed as being some sort of entities related to the three magi. Timbrally speaking the approach is one of austerity: the human voice predominates, with the addition of only three ritual instruments: the singing bowl, the incense and the ritual drum, which are mostly used live by the master of ceremony. Despite this fact, both austerity and flamboyancy are being employed compositionally, as a result of the concepts derived from my analysis into the topic. From the point of view of form the macrostructure is moulded after the main text, but its backbone is rooted in the design of the Christian liturgy (be that Catholic or Orthodox).