For years Anne-Lise Coste has explored the dialogue between art and language. In her large-formatted drawings that were all created in the summer 2005, and that now for the first time are displayed as a complete work, she also oscillates between text and image. Ductile and yet with a certain urgency and rawness the fat paintbrush is guided across the paper. Diary notes, thoughts and feelings, receive in her almost heroic exactness an unadorned, open, character. Graffiti and the art of calligraphy reverberate with the same frequency.