Memorial to Someone Who Could Have Been, 2019 / 384x560 cm installation of 28 portraits (each 96x80 cm), inkjet print on photo rag metallic + invisible ink, ed.4 + a.p.
Between 1961 and 1989, at least 140 people were killed while they tried to cross the Berlin Wall, from East to West.
"Memorial to Someone Who Could Have Been" is a memorial to other 29  people (one person for each year) who could have been killed during their attempt to run from GDR to RFG.
The narratives of the circumstances of these 29 presumptive deaths, are composed with information from the research project "The Victims at the Berlin Wall 1961 - 1989".