For her photographs, Bärbel Möllmann darkens the rooms of an apartment in Vienna. The curtains act as a backdrop as she projects the image of the outside world upside-down. Complete darkness forces the artist’s eyes to patiently pay attention. Only after a few minutes is she capable of discerning the photograph. She shoots the picture with the help of a long exposure, which results in an accumulation of photos. The furniture of the apartment mixes inseparably with the upside-down image of the cityscape as it presents itself in front of the window. It’s as if one were looking in both directions at the same time, deciding which view to turn one’s attention toward—a captivating contemplation for the viewer.