"The essence of the blasé attitude is an indifference toward the distinctions between things. Not in the sense that they are not perceived, as in the case of mental dullness, but rather in the meaning and the value of the distinctions between things and therewith of the things themselves, are experienced as meaningless."

— Georg Simmel, The Metropolis and Mental Life (1903)

Artist book
Austria and UK, 2015 / Hardcover, 80 pages, 18 x 21 cm, edition: 12

The artist books embraces the overwhelming feeling of powerlessness (Ohnmachtsgefühl) ­one gets when thinking of all the problems in the world at once. A feeling that leaves you completely beaten and paralyzed.