The best documentation of bang!manifesto can be found on the Diversion CD, Advocates of das bang! (1993), distributed through Soleilmoon in the US and Staalplaat in Europe. Additionally, a video of the collaborative performance between artist Lun*na Menoh and bang!manifesto, "Dress for Poet" (1993) is part of the fashion and art archives at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
For bang!manifesto, the flirtation with Kabbalistic mysticism originated in a lengthy engagement with deconstructing metaphysical concepts of fixed gender identity. Electing to employ Kabbalistic forms had less to do with a Jewish identification than an interest in the neo-platonic rationalisation of metaphysical concepts.