In his installations, photographs and paintings, and in the connection between these different media, David Reumüller deals intensively with the various forms of reality and perception that underlie the becoming of human reality. This may not show itself at first glance, but the abstract images arise from real situations, real people, objects and actions. A pattern may be borrowed from a curtain fabric in a medium-sized 1970s flat. Placed over a body, it transforms and abstracts it. Something new emerges, a kind of ornamental landscape. A mysterious place having cultural and historical connotations that tell us a new story about nothing less than ourselves.