tah pah taHbe’ (2007)
SD Video with Sound, 4 min

In tah pah taHbe’ a sequence of photographs brings the viewer to the empty and rusty premises of a Space Research Center. In between simulators, future tower controls, wind tunnels and hangars Hamlet’s soliloquy “tah pah taHbe’” or “to be or not to be” is recited in the artificial language Klingon from Star Trek. Here sci-fi mythologies acquire flesh and bone and create a tragic – comical maze where fantasy becomes more and more real, invading and ultimately taking over reality.