Ute Fischer-Dieter observes, examines and questions things of everyday life. She starts out with apparently worthless objects, such as stale bread rolls, red cabbage or packing materials. Experimentally she further processes these. Acting on first impulse, these everyday objects are subsequently transformed into artistic work, further remodelled and questioned over and again. Thus, she sensitizes her artist’s perspective on everyday life – life belongs to art, just as art belongs to life.