Words by Sven Ruhs, portrait by Max Kamps

Our interview took place a while ago, Maren. But I have it well in mind and I can also decipher my notes. Well, I had seen your pictures at the Café Brenner in Stuttgart, Germany. Somehow they remind me of Giorgio de Chirico, the Italian painter of the early 20th century, who founded the Pittura Metafisica, a forerunner of surrealism.

One of your pictures shows this black head or rather the contour, a shadow, the silhouette of a head. It is definitely not a wonderful-world-picture. Did sadness had a hand in this,dark moods that made you set the lines?

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