Hans-Peter Feldmann, born in Hilden, Düsseldorf in 1941, generally entitles his exhibitions ‘An exhibition of art’ emphasizing that what we see is actually a work of art. Fragments of everyday life placed in the context of an artwork transform themselves into art. Feldmann often discovers and exhibits art instead of making it. Images and trivial elements of everyday life become instruments of his work. For instance, ‘Shadow Play’ is an installation comprised of dolls and random banal objects placed on revolving tables in a rather messy manner. The objects are lit and their striking moving shadows are projected to the back wall. A magic effect is produced of junk, proving that it is not the object itself that matters but the impression.