While we use our fingers almost non-stop in one way or another - to point, to touch, to type, to gesture - they quickly turn into something strange if considered in isolation from the rest of the body. Wormlike they seem to develop a life of their own always on the scout for the next hole to crawl into.
Maika Saworski mostly works within the media of painting and drawing. She is interested in the ambivalence and animation of colour, whereby a simple brush stroke can easily turn into a gherkin, a peanut flip or a finger, according to its size and colour.www.maikasaworski.de
Sara Wendt is working as a costume designer and a performance artist. She is focused on the possibilities and conditions of grouping and community, as on the state of in-between.www.sara-wendt.net