The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany (Bundesverfassungsgericht) has been renovated for three years. On this occasion a competition on designing the site fence was held. The fence should remind the public of the original site of the Court which has moved to another building during that time as well as show some aspects of the work of the judges.
My work shows all words, numbers, punctuation marks and special characters from six decisions of the court in alphabetical order. The institution was founded in 1951. I took one decision text in full length from each of the six decades the institution exists. Words which are used a lot of times become visible at one glance. Their repetition creates new structures of the text. The work reflects the German language as well as the vocabulary of the Federal Constitutional Court.

The following texts were used: Apotheken-Urteil 1968, Adoption I 1968, numerus clausus I 1972, Völkerrecht 1987, Caroline von Monaco I 1998, Vorratsdatenspeicherung 2010.

Urteile des Bundesverfassungsgerichts, Remix has been awarded the Gunther-Schroff-Grant in 2011.