“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”
„Q.E.D.“ („quod erat demonstrandum“: „which was to be proven“) was created Dec. 2010 - May 2011 with "Painter" (Metacreations).  Print: Piezo-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper: 112x76 cm, Picture: 85x57 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 675.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
As it is most of the time the case, concerning my images, this wasn't the working title and for sure not the stolid programmatic motto under which this piece was created. Maybe I should have named it "Eureka!", because this image grew, starting as quite often in my work from the center (for example the Pegasus with a wooden leg) ouf a feeling of confronting myself with kind of "impossible" virtuell cutting lines and "anarchically" placed objects, pushing me thus into a situatuion which usually only occurs close to the end of procucing an image. I rather hate this stage, because the final parts must keep up with the quality of the whole composition up to this point, which is hard most of the time. In this image I tried to make a wingless Pegasus with a wooden leg fly, to lance various monsters, piling up mostly contradicting stuff, provoking failure. But what could be more satisfiing than facing the obstacles and finding a way around them, which on the other hand is by no means especially surprising, because the "art making" part of my brain lets me do nothing, without having a hidden solution in the back of my head. But this way "I" can think at least I conquered the impossible, following the motto that those who can laugh about themselves have a lot to laugh. In the end the only thing left was the light blue area in right and I remembered that I had been told quite often "why don't vou leave spaces without visual content in order to give the onlooker room for their imagination". Though I never got this, unable to think of such a lack of imagination, that someone would not "extend" so to speak an image over its borders if this feeling comes up, I just thought in my anarchically produktive mood: "Lets do it!" But doing nothing about the white space made everything dangling in midair and I thought "for heavens sake" and the I found "sky-blue", "sea-Blue", no matter: the right blue and now my Pegasus can fly. No wings? Imagination, please....