Z.E.I.C.H.(N)E.N.

The works exhibited in Z.E.I.C.H.(N.)E.N., reflects over complexities embedded in language, through my continuing research on the futhark (Norse written language) and the transition to the Latin alphabet in the Middle Ages.
The connections between the Germanic speaking countries of Europe, how the geopolitical shifts resonates in our body, as our main communicative resource, has political potential. The private, baroque garden of Internationales Künstlerhaus Villa Concordia in the city of Bamberg was made open to the public with site-specific installations and interactive sculptures.