The installation is created intuitively and deals with childhood memories, points of contact and its own materiality. The potential of abstraction is used to negotiate dominance and dependence. Forms that interlock, support, carry or approach each other subtly address their interdependence. Who is supported by whom and who leans? The fragile objects oscillate in space and define it in a graphic way.

I sit in the tram and look up, watching the loops bobbing. We drive, the loops go alternately from left to right. The possibilities to see things from below have reduced significantly. Pictures that come up are from times when my head still had to be in the neck to see anything. There was a butcher‘s shop in the Grätzl where I always accompanied my mother as a child. Beautiful, organic objects made of meat dangled from the ceiling. Fine grains, nets that bite into the bacon, fleshy warm.