On a rotating advertisement panel in Berlin’s public space, two headlines from 1983’s tabloids are on display (front and back page of one newspaper issue). The main headline refers to the first baby born from an ice-vessel.
Reappropriated, the posters seem timeless in the environment, they could have been here since months, years, or simply minutes. The headline itself could be actual, while referring to time, between future and past, in the leimotiv of the rotation of
the panels.

Procreated by husband, put on ice by scientists, aroused by wife
Posters in public space based on 1980’s tabloid headlines.
Installation Views:
clockwork gallery, Berlin, May 2013