The pictures of ANTOINETTE move, polarize, make concerned, are figurative and hence concrete, tell stories and create unusual perspectives. This makes them the ideal start for a social debate on European Identity and the Future of Society on this continent. The scenes and stories are not told till the end and leave room for interpretation.
ANTOINETTE provides her inner pictures, which can be interpreted as reflections and feedbacks to the situation of our society. Mythological elements span the arc back to the origins of our joint roots on this continent Europe. She takes up the traditions of European painting, in order to point also at this story of history: art as the communication across generations, language barriers and country borders.