“Der Stadtklingone” (The City Klingon)
“Hey Diddle Diddle..”
“The Sorcerer”
“Das Auge” (The Eye)
“The Abyss”
“The Gatlings”
“The Toy General”
“Seinsgeweide” (Intestines of Being)
“Der Besucher” (The Visitor)
“The Future of the Past”
“Indian Country”
“Der Geometer” (The Geometer)
“My Sentimental Robot”
“Nightly Faces”
“Anderwelt” (Other World)
“The Critic:Risking an Eye”
“Fischtraum” (Dream of the Fish)
“Der Poet” (The Poet)
“In Vino”
“Japanischer Winter” (Japanese Winter)
“Man Made”
“Der Besucher” (The Visitor)
“Der Besucher” (The Visitor)
"Der Besucher" (The Visitor) was created September - November 2004 with "Painter" (Fractal Design/Metacreations) It is based on a line sketch made in September 2004 at the "Haus am Waldsee/ Berlin/Germany" and a photograph from July 2004 in the vicinity of Güterfelde near Berlin/Germany  Print: Piezo-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper: 112x76 cm, Picture: 80x60 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 975.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
When I was asked during my work on the “Going Digital” project to select a “typical” image representing my work I chose (it’s well known that impossible stuff has to be handled at once) this one. Having seen this exhibition or having read this catalog it is not very hard to see why. Reasons for this selection can only be of a technical nature. But in his production process this image combines all kinds of visual resources and techniques I use, starting with a spontaneous and quick contour drawing, while I was listening to a speech. Then two months of work at my computer, classical drawing mixed with specifically digital tools. Splinters of medical photos, anatomical details etc. were interwoven with other structures. Then manipulation of a landscape photo I took myself using digital filters and its further treatment by detailed hand work on the computer. This photo is now way more than a “background”, it’s the stage for “Der Besucher” (The Visitor) and the image got its name in this context. “Honorable Mention” at the Donnie-Award 2005 of the MOCA/New York