Eisenberger placed numbers in Austrian landscapes, as if a fictitious murder – or something else had happened there.
The narrative strategy does not precede the organization of the visual phenomenon as status of itself, but rather as manifestation of the I, which becomes visible in order to become multiple, being individual, temporal, collective, non-temporal, conscious, unconscious, material, and immaterial.
In spite of the impossibility of communicating existence, every self has something to communicate about itself. A place of unique enunciation, where it testifies to its identity, testimony of a self that is also a space of complete solitude. A testimony does not have to be confirmed, secure, and certain within the order of cognition, it does not correspond to the status of proof but refers to an irrefutable truth: there is no witness for the witness.