Surfaces (are a distinctly human problem), 2019
NYG West (DE)
 The installation Surfaces (are a distinctly human problem) is based on an extensive material research that explores gestures of inscription and processes of portrayal.
I’m pleased to meet you.
What can you teach me?
We shape our tools, then the tools shape us.
Transactions replace relationships.
Your face never forgets a cry.
 In the sense of an archeological practice, the floor installation reveals a moment that has already passed, staged as a dancerly movement. The relief forms the score, for the spatial dynamics of this past situation. This narrative is contrasted by the sound of a voice. It performs a monologue that expresses its detached attitude towards tracking technologies. The project explores the question of how body-space relationships manifest to be experienced and made visible for an afterworld.
How did I get here?
A position of non-belonging, of becoming minor.
A new thought needs a new carrier,
every thought needs a carrier.
Tracking your shape, every step I take.
… everything is already activated.