Thinking machines have a long tradition in history. Their use is based on the creation of rational knowledge and philosophical investigations through the principle of chance. Since 2008 I have been working with my thinking machine, which consists of three spinning disks with 50 words each. When I turn the discs, I get a combination of 3 words that accompanies me throughout the day and serves as the basis for my visualization. The Thinking Machine is an integral part of my daily routine and also a regular part of my teaching practice. There is also a publication about this work.

Ramon Llull, Ars Magna, 1305

Artists’ Book, Mark Pezinger Books, 2014

Kunsthalle Basel, 2011