HD, 1`25, no sound, 2014
Single Channel Video

“ Thus the image has to be present and past, still present and already past, at
once and at the same time.”

(Gilles Deleuze, Cinema II: The Time-Image)
“…the devastation of the earth can easily go hand in hand with a guaranteed living standard for
men, and just easily with the organised establishment of a uniform state of happiness for all men.”

(Martin Heidegger, WCT 30)

The camera records the process of drawing:
the artist is drawing directly on the street using a paintbrush for a drawing without colour: instead of using paint the only material utilised is water. Due to the specific camera angle the immaterial water-drawing becomes visible. The fluid surface is reflecting the sky and trees.

Solo exhibition: The stolen world, Max Ernst Museum