In Fiete Stolte: Hotel Absence renowned authors explore the artist's highly distinctive works - photographs, videos, installations, and sculptures contradicting ordinary logic
"I am the unit of measurement."
Fiete Stolte divides the day into twenty-one hours to create a week with eight days, and thereby centers his works on himself as an object of observation and experimentation. A specially designed clock lends visual expression to his alternate way of calculating time; live projections of Stolte's showing shifted sleeping cycles serve as time sculptures that portray the artist's parallel world.
For Drawing Your Mirror, Stolte cast his own hand in graphite, making a "pencil" of his index finger; in Eye, the pupil of an eye contains a reflection of the self instead of the outside world.