That's Why We End
is made from the 236 colour films that Gilles Deleuze discusses in his texts Cinema I (1986) and Cinema II (1989). The work explores a relationship between a dream analyst and one of her clients: the former, a composite character of numerous on-screen women, and the latter, an off-screen male voice. The voice of the client is scholar Eric Cazdyn
. The therapy session is divided into three parts and is installed with two sculptures discussed in the narrative, a stack of scented dress shirts and bow ties and a piece of meteorite that has struck the gallery wall. A stack of notepads accompanies two parts of the session.
Photo: Toni Hafkenscheid