digital print 38 x 32 cm
text copied from Kafka’s diaries 10 x 14 cm (2006)
“And when passing a house, to be pulled in by a rope around one’s neck,
bloody and ragged, through all the ceillings, furniture, walls and attics,
as if by a person who is paying no attention,
until the empty noose,dropping the last shreds of me,
breaking through the roof tiles, appears on the roof.