Bronze sculpture Clio (the muse of history) made in 1876 by the sculptor 
Albert Wolff. The original location together with nine other sculptures 
was at the Friedrich Wilhelm III memorial in the Tiergarten, Berlin.
Intervention: Ink on bookbinding fabric with macrame: 
Collection of the artist’s grandmother.


"Das Tuch" on bronze sculpture "Turnvater Jahn" in the park
Hasenheide of Berlin-Neukölln. Jahn's theories were a role model
for fascist ideoly in Germany. The fabric is made up of images
histories of the women we worked with: their grandmothers, who
suffered from fascist and nationalist ideologies across the globe.