…is Ruth Weigand from Germany. Her work examines both urban and natural landscapes, through the spaces, volumes, lines and forms that they consist of and their possible transformations. She uses variable media from sculpture (ceramics, wood, plaster andother sculptural material), to photography, collage and drawing. She experiments with the characteristic restrictions of materials and often creates artworks oscillating between two different media. Thus a drawing does not necessarily appear as lines on a paper, but might show itself as a shadow on the wall or as a wooden construction which opens up into the space. Sculptural material can take a rather flat shape, however the motif of a photograph can also have a three-dimensional effect or turn into a sculpture.