Interpreting Structure and Order

On the basis of the Upper Austrian entity Eferding Basin, traditional structures and orderings are highlighted and challenged: Industrial landmarks of the region are exhibited, e. g. the cucumber plant and its cellular structure, covering and defining the area of the Eferding Basin. At the margins, the border is sometimes crossed: As the cellular structure grows beyond the previously fixed size, it breaks through the imagined barrier and thus permits a reshaping, a realignment of those structures. The superficial topic is, figuratively, the demarcation of the border of a region; old behavioural patterns are what should be challenged; flexible structures and versatile orderings should be sought.

Interpreting Structure and Order,
2015, printed foil on wall and glass, 358 x 794 cm