- Das Tintenklecks Experiment (2009) was a solo exhibition of 13 photo installations,
each consisting of a series of 66 portraits, plus a digital projection. The project
was based on the well-known Rorschach Inkblot ("Tintenklecks") Test of personality
and emotional functioning, developed by Swiss Freudian Psychoanalyst, Hermann Rorschach.
Subjects (without any background knowledge of the project) were given an abstract ink drawing,
in identical environments and with the same instructions; that they should do whatever
they want with the picture, and their reactions will be documented photographically.
The exhibition presented the results of the experiment, testing the extent to which
visual art can be used as a means of psychological exploration and study.