Kristiane Kegelmann is not a sculptor in the classic sense, but she thinks and works sculpturally. The artist shapes and works with edible, i.e. organic and ephemeral substances (e.g. cellery, fennel, chocolate) as well as a wide range of other materials. In doing so, she expands the range of possibilities for her artistic expression and design. She transforms these materials through new and surprising forms of perception and context. Observers are asked to use their hands to actively change and destroy these “facades”/surfaces in her works so that the foundation can come to light. This transformation, which the observer experiences through diverse sensory impressions, symbolically stands for the experience of the beauty of the imperfect.