At night we explore there rural surroundings of our studio with our car. We deliberately choose by-roads and forest tracks. Where do they lead to? Every now and then we stop the car and position the camera between the headlights to document what lies in front. 2000, slide installation at Gasworks Gallery, London  


The advertised car forms the smallest unit of the sculpture ‹Cars›. The pictures, cut out from from newspapers, magazines and other advertising literature were mounted on board and assembled in a rectangular system. As our sights were set on representing each of the 58.847 registered cars in the canton of Basel-Stadt on August 31. 1999 by […]

The Collection

We divided the abundance of picture material that had been gathered in the creating process of ‹Cars› into two different parts. One was used to create the sculpture, the other, however, a choice of precious contributions of the collectors (the friends and relatives who helped us collect the car pictures) was categorized and presented on brackets and […]

Shared Memories

For ‹Shared Memories› we have mounted transparent landscapes on a glass front. Three thousand slides, privat memories and travel reminiscences borrowed from friends were arranged in a pattern. The only light in the room slides through the pictures, illuminates them and deletes all individual features and individual traits. The single picture becomes a mosaic stone of a […]


‹Property› is made of all the pictures of advertised houses from the weekly Property Supplement of the Irish Times. During a four months period, while staying on the Artists‘ Work programme at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 1998, those pictures were cut out every thursday when the supplement appears, mounted on board and put […]

Property (Letters to the Editor)

This brochure contains a collection of statements regarding the property issue by people from Dublin. It resulted from the manifold reactions of people to our work ‹Property›. The statements are accompanied by 16 black and white photographs, which illustrate the making of ‹Property›. Property (Letters to the Editor): brochure 11cm x 15cm, english, 34 pages, 16 black and […]