The picture was inspired by the Unkulunkulu, an umbrella that hides the person carrying it from rain and curious glances giving some privacy in public. It is the invention of the main character of Albert Vigoleis Thelens „Die Insel des zweiten Gesichts“ (1953), the name relates to a Zulu god.

With Jan Holger Mauss (Netzbikini-Projekt), 2016


Pigment Print 120 x 180 cm


That’s for Lockerby

Linocut with 9 colours (2011)

after a picture of the assumed dead dictator Gadhafi published on the website of The Sun. Shown in „Invasionen“ at Galerie Carolyn Heinz, Hamburg