Collaboration with members of the Haus Betanien project in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Using Walter Brueggemann's model of orientation—disorientation—new orientation , a large communal room was covered with German newsprint,  including furniture, to transform it into a space for reflection and response. 

Visitors printed on the ground (orientation), tore, ripped and crumpled sheets (disorientation), and hung paper from the strings (new orientation) in all kinds of forms.