‘The whole is more than the sum of its parts’, that project knew already Aristotle and Hildegard has with her debut at the platform for presence consistently proven this: seven visual artists together compose a new multidimensional image space, which scrolls on the wide range of the contemporary plastic stress field from his own works: object, sculpture, installation, lighting, and drawing. Marko Dimitrijevic photographer oftentimes addresses this issue. The location-specific compilation requires interaction in space and a productive dialogue that allows for different approaches, different aesthetic approaches, concepts, material ideas and individual thematic areas of the artists. Image references meet complex, merge, contrast, complement and stress itself. The fourth dimension light creates connection, demarcation, sets the scene or putting in the shade. The viewer opens up numerous starting points and new readings, the eye must choose between staged whole or in different individuals artistic components of the overall work. Be individual aspects of artistic position and own authorship abandoned in favor of a complex, ambiguous and poetic form of image narrative in conjunction? Clearly the staging, that every work of art as a phenomenon remains complex perceptible and by the reciprocal reference certain aspects are stressed or moved? Hildegard project invites about the relationship between reality and image, Constitution of reality, loss of control and order, world as a stage to think but also the role of collective and individual new Visual languages. We are in demand all over or on? the pile to throw! Susannebritz, Minna Kangasma, Renate Neuser are Hildegard project, Gabriele ruled, Maik Safi, Hildegard Skowasch and Petra Todter, which face the challenge of a collective working process since 2008. _ Hildegard project: range opening: Monday, October 12, 2009, 17 9: 00 exhibition: 13th October-8th November 2009 Opening hours: Mo – FR 9 21: 00, SA – so 10 18: 00 platform for presence – Alexandra von Scholz Linienstrasse 106, 10115 Berlin Tel: + 49 (0) 30 280 98 159,.