Since years I have been collecting and later copying (on scrap paper, per hand and using aquarelle pigment) images that are in the background of my installations.
The images are gathered from newspaper articles, online browsing and search in archives, and create my own iconographical data base.
I rarely show them (yet they sometimes appear in exhibitions, as silent companion to my installations). A few of of them have been compiled in this little edition.

With Chris Marker, the TMS 9900 microprocessor, Elisabeth Flickenschildt, the Cessna 172, Buddy Holly, the V2 rocket, the countdown to zero, Sergei Eisenstein, Poison Ivy and Lux Interior, the Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings 0.10, Louis Wolfson, the landing on the moon, the Lipstick Killer, an unknown radio-man, the Analytical Enine, the Algerians killed during the bloody repression of the peaceful demonstration of 1961, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Black Panther Party, the tape recorder, Bob Dylan, a crucial newspaper headline, the first split-flap display, car carshes, Teddy Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne, Stefan Zweig, Joan Didion, Grace Kelly, Jackson Pollock, Johnny and Silvie, Mark E. Smith and Una Baines.
too drunk to see
Selection of aquarelles on 32 pages (A5), digital print on Munken paper, edition of 100
Published by Apis Press