In her work, Judith Milberg deals with the processes of how our world comes into being. “I try to make processes of the unimaginably small and intangibly large visible”. In doing so, she embarks on a search for the mystery of all being and in her works she deals insistently with the interactions of earth-historical becoming. With great effort, charcoal and pigments are worked into paper, wood and natural canvas, resulting in surprisingly fine, powdery-delicate colour nuances. In this way, spaces of unique plasticity are created, which correspond in a mystical and yet independent way with the forms and riddles of these fantastic, nature-given sculptures, unique like the Gogottes themselves.