The “Blue prints” are photographic works. 2 snapshots, with a fraction of a second in between, of the same wave are mounted in front of each other. The first image is printed in a monochrome blue/green tint, the moment that follows in black and white on Plexiglas. The works acquire a three-dimensional character due to the superposition; they seem to move when a viewer takes a different position, the light casts an ever-changing shadow on top of the back image. The blue prints were set up in C-Mine for the “Marine 1:1” exhibition so that the spectators could wade through them. In Haus der Kunst Solothurn, they were presented in the choir of a chapel.