“Two prints of the same photographic motif in each case are cut into strips and woven together so that interim spaces are formed in one photo weaving, and shifts occur in the motif in the other. Von Lehmann brings the two photo weavings together, at a distance of 10 or respectively 14 cm, in order to create an object. The weaving with the interim spaces is the viewing side; the observer looks through this to the second weaving behind it, which is mounted directly onto the wall.
Here, the interim space creates freedom for thought and the imagination. In analogy to processes of seeing and memory, we need to add what is not-visible.” (Silke Feldhoff, from the catalogue ‘Der Geschmack von Wolken’)