Movement, repetition, aspects of repetitive work are components of artistic activities. They lead to a rhythmic processing of the individual elements and their sequences result in a pattern, a narrative. The woven becomes a body in its own way and enters into a dialogue with the objects. Two paintings call out thoughts to each other. They converse about conversation itself, about their own nature and physicality. About self-determination, about organs of communication. Are words bound to bodies? Do paintings want to have their peace? Are they alone or entangled? Is standstill the same as a dry state? These and other questions are posed by objects from the field. ´Laufende Luftmaschen´ presents an installation of paintings that deal with their own corporeality, fluid situations, and self-determination while exploring space. Anne Meerpohl lives and works in Hamburg, where she is active as an artist, curator, and activist. In 2022 she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from the Hamburg University of Fine Arts. In 2019 she was co-founder of the Cake&Cash Curatorial Collective, and since April 2020 she has been a fellow of the Hans Böckler Foundation. Anne Meerpohl's artistic practice deals with the physicality of the image, fluid states and their social attributions. Usually, this process preceded by research on queerfeminist theory and practice, leading to focuses such as care, utopia, and the body.