“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 Geometer” (The Geometer)
“Der Geometer” (The Geometer)
"Der Geometer"(The Geometer) was created March - July 2004 using only "Painter" (Metacreations)  Print: Piezo-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper: 76x56 cm, Picture: 66x44 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 575.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
It was a tv documentary about gothic cathedrals which reminded me of the fact that when I was 12 years old one of my most beloved activities was to draw such buildings on standard graph paper from school or to draw tracery with ruler and circle. When the film was over I went to my computer just one thing in mind: Iwanted to do “something with straight lines” und that was ultimately the origin of the images title. And I wanted as well to use a function of my painting software which allowed for using pieces of imagery like dabs of paint in order to fill areas. This tool gives simply incredible results and any nine-year-old can handle it, but if you don’t know that and in the back of your head still lingers the thought how painstaking it would be to do this by hand, you are utterly impressed for a moment’s time. For me it was clear that I wanted to use this tool as creatively as my classic drawing pen. Because one can make up one’s own pieces of imagery, varying size, angle, dispersion and layering as well as combining this with classic drawing techniques, the result is indeed a enhanced potential for creating new visual structures and another interesting result as well. Doing it my way took as much time as classic drawing all along. In some parts of the image I used fully computer generated color gradients as a counterpoint with all their perfection beyond human capabilities, in order to close the composition, conserving the tension intended to spring from such a wide range of techniques. The reader may be reminded this time as well, that this reconstruction of how this image came about is an ex post analysis, as usual.