"Roughly as an essay, in the succession of its paragraphs, takes a thing from many sides without grasping it completely-for a thing grasped completely loses its scope all at once and melts down into a concept-he believed he could most properly look at and treat the world and his own life. Robert Musil, The Man Without Qualities Somewhat like an essay... Things that remain in the limbo of the vague; images between memory, presence, and possibility; sounds that do not fit into any coherent structure - those in the exhibition "We are there. At least we remember" question the categories we use in everyday life to grasp the world around us and to secure ourselves against it. In the constant oscillation between representation and what is to be represented, they sound out the relationship between form and content and prompt speculation about how they are to be read. One could say they work on their perpetual unavailability. Sure, they could tell stories. But they prefer not to arrive where thought weaves loose circumstances into unambiguous stories, and persist in the balance between repetition and difference.