The photographs absorb the viewer into the intricate complexity of nature in form of the sandstone rocks of the Palatinate Forest in Germany.
Water, wind, and temperature differences have shaped the sandstone, leaving furrows, holes, and cracks on its surface. Water containing minerals constantly seeps through it, leaving dark discolorations. Mosses, lichens, algae, and bacteria colonize this barren, harsh biotope, enlivening it with their wide spectrum of colors.
The subjective visual experiences materialize into a syntax of the abstract, so that emotional associations arise from perception and reality recedes into the background. The boundaries between the microcosm and the macrocosm become blurred.