Site-Work (II): “Anima (Unfinished Past)” was created on the occasion of an invitation by the Museum Bochum for their survey exhibition “In Holz geschnitten” (Dürer, Gaugin, Penck, and the others) in 2001. The installation takes recourse to the institution museum in general, and in particular to the Museum Bochum’s given space-cubage. The museum as a place for mirroring the viewer in the most widely varying forms of existence of historically and aesthetically relevant manifestations becomes a “denying” mirror in the installation “Anima (Unfinished Past)”. Only one of the nine leaves is a printed, and even this one is only very delicately printed with pure acrylic, which causes an impression of non-existence, or respectively, emptiness, to arise. In terms of the visuality being pushed to extreme limits, this installation is related to Site-Work (I) “Codex purpureus”. As a rule, the prints are scarcely detectible, and at any rate there is no longer any question of being able to capture them in photographs. Nevertheless, the idiosyncratic method remains an entity unto itself, since the dimensions and the distribution of the leaves on the wall are “mirrored” with the printing-block-field on the floor.