Two artists complementing each other in their conceptual approaches: Ingrid Wiener (* 1942) weaves inclusive worldviews, paints her dreams and takes photos of the vast landscapes of Canada from the plane. She creates a gigantic chess board of 64 carpets from an artistic correspondence of the everyday and sings as if inspired by a faraway protocol. Martin Roth (1977–2019) starts with painting, expands into space, creates landscapes, and devotes himself to conceptual and minimal art from the perspective of everything alive. Carpets overgrown with grass, birds working hidden away for the beauty of clean modernity, ducks mapping the studio infiltrate the institutional. What unites both is the consistently inclusive and eternally inquiring gaze from a distance creating a vision of a posthuman worldview.