Gehirn, Gestirn, Gestein
Inkjet print mounted on Dibond, 2011, 123 x 130 cm

Our brain is conceived as a large palimpsest, in the way that Thomas de Quincey describes the brain in
The Palimpsest of the Human Brain (1845) as a large palimpsest made up of layers of memories, images,
ideas, wishes, dreams and feelings. The image of the convolutions of the brain evokes a large celestial body
with an uneven surface full of holes and craters.