‘Enough to prove that the black sky is truly of mankind and not painted on the windowpane’ is a collaboration between Hannelore Van Dijck and Koba De Meutter. Koba and Hannelore are both artists who start from a dialogue with a given context. Together they move in a new environment in which codes get mixed, and a frame of reference is nothing to fall back on. Hannelore plays Koba, Koba copies Hannelore, inexperience is a factor, looking for help is sublime and a dialogue among each other can grow into a dialogue with links from the environment. Visual language is universal, but at times also indirect, fragmentary and obscure. How can they balance or shift together between inexperience and experience; comfort and fear; action and reflection?