Six mask stands made of round steel/ 2011
A variation of six different mask stands, which usually can be found in ethnological museums.
Without the presented masks - whose forms we however can imagine - the pointed metal forks protrude into the empty space. However, if the viewer is standing directly in front of them, his own face fixed in those metal forks becomes imaginable. If one looks at the metal forks from the side, the combination of their shadows on the wall and the forks themselves resembles a classic chase trophy: a deer antler.