At any given light, Heike Weber's work conjugates the cultures of the East and West and softens the preliminary gaps that exists in between. In such emotional and artistic expression however, even the simplest lines and the gaps in between exercises a potent factor in the symbolization of acculturation and how we perceive it. The patterns, circles and interwoven lines come off as superior and strikingly elegant against the lacquer and vinyl floor.
However, nothing captures more of the Oriental influences than the carpet-like compound made from individual threads of silicon. In such rare opportunity, Weber manage to visualize the idea of two cultures, "minding the gap" in between in order to build a common bridge that ensues unity.