Du hast kein Herz
Reflections of language and speech are one focus of this work: the mimicry, the breaks: the spaces between the sentences competing with the sentences and the fragments of sentences. Two heads, of a woman and a man, are communicating, the theme of their relationship is seen in fragments. Speech is a plastic material; it is not the sentence itself that conveys the information but the material of the sentence, which continously becomes loaded by the ever changing context. Single sentences change their meanings as a chameleon does its colour - they escape the risk of being worn out by changing their positions. The information hides itself between the sentences and the images within the unsaid. “You have no heart” is the second part of a triology.
video ,16 min