Feeling blue today
cyanotype on inlett, 8 pieces
20 x 30 cm each
Drum Bun (have a good journey)
7 pieces, collage, photographs, acryl, wax on paper
30 x 42 cm each
What is memory? It is nothing other than a data pool, which can neither raise a claim for impartiality, nor for totality, nor even for truth. It is not always available, too. To remember is therefore a creative process, which has to be interpreted on and on again, and therefore changing.
The spatial installation shows seven sheets of paper hanging down the roof. The technique is representing the process of memory. Every draft - by visitors - makes them rotating around their axis, so the view is permanently changing, and at the same time not always available.
Urban landscapes/ urbane Landschaft
2011, cyanotype on brown paper
8 pieces, 24 x 40 cm each
Ulrich und Ännchen (inspired by Johann Gottfried Herder)
paperplate-lithography series, 5 pieces
20 x 30 cm each
Der Totentanz (inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
2015, Comic (Selection)
the leporello project
collaboration project with Antje Fischer
paperplate-lithography, 7 pieces
30 x 20 cm each
Mothers and Sons/ Mütter und Söhne
2015, 365 pieces, collage, mixed media on postcard
There is a special relationship between a mother and her son - that's what people say. Many societies consider male descendants as more valuable than female. In the year 2015 I worked every day on one postcard of my own collection, mostly images of mother Mary and Jesus. At the end I created 365 collages about motherhood and childhood.
This was a one-year-project, accompanied by the artists Antje Fischer and Marlies Achermann-Gisinger.