With playful delight in transforming objects in surprising ways, with absurd combinations of materials and motifs, but also with a fine feel for their specific exhibition sites, Tamaki Watanabe and Walter Zurborg develop complex installations in their joint artistic projects. Their working process usually begins with found objects and materials that others have either overlooked as ordinary items or long since written off as unserviceable. Both artists are finders as well as inventors in the best sense of the word. And like all good inventors who create something new, they build on a wealth of prior knowledge, including the Dadaist assemblage of seemingly worthless everyday items to form new pictorial worlds and the kinetics and sound art of the 1960s, back when conventional notions of what constitutes a work of art were loosening up and expanding. Above all, the wonderful humor of Fluxus lives on in their installations.