Heike Weber installations are imaginative to say the least. To be able to take a permanent marker to a floor and make something as very intricate as “Utopia” or “Dorotheum” is extraordinary. The paperworks are different from art on paper that I’ve seen, with interwoven shapes much likes those in the floor installations and cutout pieces that I’m sure have more meaning behind them than I’m picking up on. Moving on.
Of the photography, I find “Hills” to be peaceful and serene. “Boxtrees” gives much the same feeling. Lastly, of their objects section, there are some extremely interesting shapes to be found; I like “Spindle” and “Skeleton.” They’d make conversation pieces if set inside an oblong basket on the dining table or propped up on their own.