Between zero and one | Installation | Video | Printogarphy | Germany |
Standing in the middle of the room, one is surrounded. The walls all around are papered with gray computer printouts: raster images of policemen with helmet and shield. Over the visitors head, six screens in the hexagon repeat the same program again and again: an ear, a bald head in profile, from the right, from the left, multiplied; then heads of young people in prison clothes; then heads of RAF terrorists, finally number columns and in one-second intervals in-between cutted heads of known contemporaries. In addition sounds: a crescendo, starting with something like heartbeat, increasing to a scary howling and machine rattling.
Ralf Gaska, 1988