Caroline Kryzecki translates her well-known ballpoint pen drawings into a monumental room installation in her exhibition “Come out (to show them)”. The tension between system and coincidence, which is immanent in the artist’s work, is transferred into a new medium. During the realization of her work, Kryzecki exposes herself to a certain risk of failure since the work becomes visible only after its implementation in the gallery. The title is a reference to Steve Reich’s 1966 composition Come Out, in which the American composer used tapes to experiment with phase shifting. In “Come out (to show them)” Kryzecki follows Sol LeWitt’s dictum “Irrational thoughts should be followed absolutely and logically”.