10 diaristic texts from archive were choosen, handly re-written on stone as well as printed and spread through the library space (see installation section). Stones collected from the wienerwald.
The texts stem from my own diaristic writing and are affirming the importance of the personal, the autobiographical in the quest to inscribe the narratives of the girl/women* by the girl/women* as part of our western culture, and expending the concept, to affirm the importance of different narratives and stories of displacement. The texts are not following facts, but rather the sensorial experience of life as an immigrant in Vienna and trying to analyze it – so it is mostly abstract in connection to facts, but much detailed and precise in connection to describing feelings (depression for example). The order of reading offers various interpretations and ‘narratives’ and it’s not fixed to one standpoint.