The twentieth century is the century of fear

                                                                             A. Camus, 1948

  Fear is an ancient heritage, an instinct, a motivational force enabling the utmost dement and unreasonable reactions.

   Fear is hiding in everything human, inhuman, divine.

   Fear is feeding arts and science, enclosed in every expression of progress or destruction.

   Fear is being transformed, transubstantiated, recycled.

   Fear is setting the boundaries to man’s relationship with god, creation, love, life and death.

Interactive installation

wood, plexi-glass, mirror, x-rays, light, sound

Pictures from the installation in Semperdepot, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna

June 2012