At the turn of each page, the artist’s books unfold new spheres, into which the viewer is actively involved: pages want to be opened, touched, browsed through, each message demands to be discovered.This creates an intimate relationship to the books: the viewer’s distance to this artwork is overcome by his haptic experience. The artist’s books, that have been created in the course of years, bear titles such as “Mein Napf”, “Eintopf”, “Hier, wo wir uns begegnen”. They usually focus on one single object. This common object then is – as the book develops – thoroughly analysed and portrayed. The “Eintopf”, a tureen’s cover of bright china, may completely fill one page, on another page it is sketched rather incidentally. Simultaneously, the viewer’s perspective on the object changes. The tureen’s cover is depicted frontally as well as from top, from below and en detail. Over and again new perspectives of the mundane objects are illustrated; the viewer is invited to look closely. On second glance it becomes obvious that the background reveals more than expected. Human silhouettes and structures emerge. They tell of the metamorphosis the catalogue has gone through. A print-magazine, the artist has come upon, serves as outset of her processing work. The catalogue is then coated with primer, carefully avoiding to obscure the print completely. The primer is lavishly applied using a spatula which creates a straight, haptic structured surface. This provides inspiration and initial orientation for further paintwork on the pages.