The sculpture by Katja Strunz, rising high from the ground, tempts the viewer to make associations in order to give the form a meaning. Is it a UFO, a rocket or an oversized paper airplane that has landed here? Or is it a remnant of a larger structure or even a materialized flash? None of these attempts at interpretation is promising; this geometrically folded metal object seems too erratic. In fact, the artist is interested in the exploration of movement and gravity, but also in the relationship between time and space, the visualisation of a passage of time; from the structure of origin through the falling and rising on the ground to the emergence of the folded structure that has come to rest. By observing this sequence of events, the theoretical reversibility of the folds can be considered at the same time, i.e. the apparently rigid, unchangeable state can be returned to a state of flux.