Walk the Wall
In 2004 the fifteens anniversary of the wall coming down is taking place. All 40 stones of my performance piled up together are as hight as the Berlin wall was. I walk the wall by picking up the stones in the back and adding it to the front again. A wall is seperating, is cutting, is a capitulation without a dialog, an understanding, it is a barrier, a barricade, it hides…. My wall gives up the static cold, the frozen status, ît is moving, I walk it like a dog all the way along the former wll line. This symbolic piece of architecture is moving along a historic part of Berlin and is present again for a moment – 15 years after the wall was coming down.