This imaginary palace is translated into the present - fictional constructions in a real building. In a way, the photographs elude time and are a reference to it. Time is stored in the photographs. By tearing the photographs, I relinquish control, a loss of control occurs. The individual image is no longer visible. The archive of a lifetime, photographic biographies, memories and the forgetting of memories - it is about what I keep and what I preserve.
All over again is a room-spanning installation. Individual fragments of torn photographs rain down on the walls, like single drops or like a whole rain. The floor is covered with countless torn photographs. During the performance I tear the images, again and again - and: "As soon as it’s done, I’ll start all over again.“