Frank van der Ploeg
Letters become words. Words become doubled, but also mirrored. Multiplicity strengthens contemplations called to mind. Ina Geißler’s paper works can be seen visually or verbally. Visually, they call your attention to form; textually they demand your concentration. This is not just because the letters are often in a modernistic font and therefore not easily read in a single glance, but in particular because they speak to the poetic insight of a literate viewer.