I am your roadkill
Olga Hohmann is a German artist who observes (her) daily life as a strange phenomenon, transforming it into estranging artworks.
This is a collection of her phone notes in chronological order. The publication functions as a score for a spoken word performance about neoliberal office language, the hardships of contemporary love, and the concept of hosting.
Staying with the theme of destructive relationships, every cover is individually scratched on the pavement.