Works 2000 – 2017 

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Skinprints



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On Skinprints:
The texts for the Skinprints often only find their form over extended periods of time – they are insights and observations.
Some statements such as “everything is important, nothing is important” or “those who know it…” only seem paradox on first sight.
“Bild macht Wort / Wort macht Bild”
literally: “ word makes picture / picture makes word”. “Macht” in German, when it is understood as a noun, has the meaning of “power”.


since 2008


Pigmented ink on rag paper
Originals 80 x 127 cm